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Candidate for the position of Anatomy Society - Biosciences rep

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Daniel Church

My name is Daniel, I am a biomedical science student, and I am running to be the bioscience representative for KCL Anatomy Society. I am deeply fascinated by anatomy, its history, and its applications. Through my study of anatomy in second year, I have found that it is a meticulous discipline — there is so much that you can learn. One of my favourite facts I have learned is that in place of the pelvis, the clavicle can be used as a bone of sex determination in forensic anthropology. 

As the bioscience representative, I aim to work with my fellow committee members to deliver information regarding the society to my peers and liaise with academic and events officers to plan events that would be both relevant and interesting to those studying bioscience degrees. I believe that I would be good at this role as I am a hardworking, proactive, and efficient person who is able to communicate and coordinate myself within a team. I would be able to complete tasks set to me in good time and develop ideas, improving them and listening to others in order to incorporate as many perspectives as possible. In addition to these qualities, I have previous experience planning and running education-centred events through my volunteer work as a language leader. This involved creating and executing several events to invigorate interest in studying languages in primary school children. I believe that this would make me an extremely proactive and versatile committee member within Anatomy soc. 

I have shown my dedication to anatomy soc through my attendance of all major events and most online sessions. I found LUCA (The London Undergraduate Conference of Anatomy) particularly interesting and would love to be involved in the creation of the next conference.