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I am a final year PhD student in Biological Sciences, from Girton College, at the University of Cambridge. My PhD research is focused on exploring innovative alternatives in bone fracture repair. A veterinarian by training, I have always been passionate about species conservation and the environment. During the course of my studies, I collaborated in a few social causes and innovation projects such as, Medical i-Teams (in a ‘project to start-up’ initiative called MyICUvoice), Shaping Horizons and Engage for Change, not to mention volunteering in a Student Community Action project called Big Sibs.
I am Co-founder & CEO in a Start-up called RE.USE, which promotes replacing the use of disposable food containers in takeaway and food delivery for reusables. I am also the coordinator in this year’s Cambridge Climate and Sustainability Forum, with the main theme ‘Sustainability in Action’.
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