I am Tanvi, a third year medical student currently studying at the University of Leicester. When I’m not deeply engrossed in a textbook or lectures, my reading of choice includes medical fiction and suspense thrillers. As a self-professed coffee connoisseur, I enjoy exploring quaint cafes in the neighborhood. Over the years, I have nurtured my passion for the written word through writing on a freelance basis and maintaining a personal blog.
As an individual who doesn’t primarily learn from visual faculties, anatomy was both challenging yet exciting to learn. With a fair mixture of both Latin terms and Greek terminology, I often wondered why I hadn’t learnt any of these languages. But (poor) jokes aside, listed below are a few things that I found made anatomy […]
Having written my first article, I thought an introduction was in order. I am Tanvi, a third year international medical student from Singapore. As someone who lives in great proximity to the equator, you can probably imagine the initial difficulty I felt in getting accustomed to the cold weather in Leicester. However, after two years […]
As the end of September nears, the medical school will be inundated with a new batch of first year medical students which is always a welcome sight. Transitioning to university life from school (or possibly a previous degree) can be a complex process with unexpected tribulations along the way. I have outlined a couple of […]