Welcome to ForMedics!

We are a group of international, graduate medical students at the University of Southampton.

With our diverse backgrounds and a combined age of 126, we aim to curate content to help engage and support medical students throughout their degree. We hope that by providing easily accessible and reliable content created by medics, for medics, we will help develop knowledgeable and skilled future doctors.

We’re lucky to have achieved:

– Shortlist for the Dragon’s Den competition at Future Worlds 2020.
– One of the 100 Big Ideas Awards from Southampton University.
– An accepted abstract and poster presentation at the
SIAS (Southampton Inspire Academic Society) conference 2020.

Meet the team

Kimberley Tong

From Hong Kong with a degree in Neuroscience, Kim is the creator of ForMedics. Surprised by the lack of straightforward, reliable and easily accessible clinical notes, she founded the team and is responsible for putting ForMedics into action.

Maeve Bartlett

From Australia with a degree in Health and Human Sciences, Maeve is the team’s mitochondria – the powerhouse of the cell. Behind the scenes she keeps things ticking over, supporting the team to fulfil our common goal.

Kithmini Gamage

Of Sri Lankan origin with a degree in Biomedical Science, Kith is the team’s creative designer. Her successful studygram @Ministudies_ has not only enhanced her creativity but also given her influential marketing skills.

Sumit Narain

From the USA with a degree in Computer Science, Sumit is the brains behind the tech. With skills in coding and databases as well as real-world business experience, Sumit is the Steve Jobs of the team.

Alexander Wright

From London with a degree in Biomedical Science, Alex is the ultimate webmaster. With his effortless ability to program, create and develop our website, he has made the ForMedics dream a virtual reality.

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