National Officer for Research Exchange (outgoing)

Anuradha Ponnapalli

research@studentsforglobalhealth.org

Hi everyone! I’m Anuradha and I’m the NORE for the year 2019-2020.

I am currently going into my 2nd year doing medicine at The University of Manchester, after completing a degree in Biomedical Science at Newcastle University.

I am really excited to be taking on my role as NORE (outgoing), playing a greater role nationally and working with my international counterparts. 

I hope to encourage more people to take an interest in research and increase the involvement of people of different disciplines within the SfGH community. If you are curious about Research Exchanges, please do get in touch!

Bylaw mandated responsibilities:

1.4.13. National Officer for Research Exchange (NORE) (Incoming)

1.4.13.1 See Appendix 4 – Students for Global Health Exchanges By-laws

1.4.13.2. Be responsible for facilitating research exchanges in the UK, primarily for Incoming students, in consultation with the NORE (Outgoing).

1.4.13.3. Be responsible for working with the other NORE and the Students for Global Health-UK National Committee to work towards the national aims, by expanding Students for Global Health Exchanges on a national level.

1.4.13.4. Together with the other NORE, a financial report for Students for Global Health Exchanges will be compiled to be presented at the National Students for Global Health Autumn Weekend.

1.4.14. National Officer for Research Exchange (NORE) (Outgoing)

1.4.14.1. See Appendix 4 – Students for Global Health Exchanges bylaws

1.4.14.2. Be responsible for facilitating research exchanges in the UK, primarily for Outgoing students, in consultation with the NORE (Incoming).

1.4.14.3. Be responsible for working with the other NORE and the Students for Global Health- UK National Committee to work towards the national aims, by expanding Students for Global Health Exchanges on a national level.

1.4.14.4. Together with the other NORE, a financial report for Students for Global Health Exchanges will be compiled to be presented at the National Students for Global Health Autumn Weekend.