The faces behind MBSA
Medical Biochemistry Students’ Association was founded to represent those who form a part of the Medical Biochemistry course, as well as all those who study medical research. We vow to provide services to better student life socially, culturally and academically. We will work continuously towards reaching our aim and are honoured to be part of MBSA, the medical researchers in the making.
"I believe that as it is now, MBSA has very strong foundations but there's always room for improvement. Together with the rest of the committee, I plan to eagerly work to build on this foundation making MBSA even more successful"
"The previous executive teams built a great student association. As the new secretary general, I aim to retain it and allow the students reading for this degree to have a journey as smooth as possible."
ANDIE SCICLUNA ALBANI
"As president I hope to take what the previous administration built and help MBSA flourish into the association I know it can become."
"My goal in MBSA is to help mantain the organization remain autonomous while also working alongside the team to help the students participating in the course."
"Social events play an integral role in any community as a way for people to meet and get to know one another. With MBSA being a small student organisation, I plan to increase the awareness of our presence by creating more frequent events catered for not only medical biochemistry students but also students outside our course."
External Affairs Officer
"I'll be doing my utmost to seek out occupational, traineeship, and research opportunities for the students of our course, as well as mediate interactions with third parties and, represent our organization with regards to social and political affairs."
"The COVID-19 pandemic truly showed us the importance of medical researchers. Just as the previous administration helped me with open hands - I hope that, with the rest of MBSA, I can do the same for all past, current and future students interested in this social endeavour."
"Stereotypes say that Science and creativity dont go together, I'd like to believe that i can prove that wrong."
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