Disha Singhania


The president oversees everything that is going on within MedSoc. They manage the committee, organise meetings and decide the society's aims for the year.


Dan Lloyd-Davies

Vice President

The Vice President works closely with the President to make sure that everything works smoothly. They are particularly involved in organising MedSoc cards and stash!


Shahzaib Ahmed


The Treasurer is in charge of the society’s accounts and organises sponsorship deals for Medsoc.


Mohanja Ketheeswaran

Academic Office

The Academic Officer is your point of call for any queries about anything related to work and exams. They are also in charge of writing the academic guides and organising the MedSoc talk series which this year is titled, ‘Beyond the Body’. They also represent you on the University MVST Part I Committee.


Natasha Howley

Sports Officer

The Sports Officer organises all the sports events, such as MedVet (Medics vs Vets) and MedSoc Varsity. Watch out for details about practices!

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Mythiri Sutharson & Shizhang Alex Liu

Ents Officers

The Ents Officers organise a number of social events including MedSoc Ball, Freshers’ Bar Crawl, club discounts and various MedSoc club nights - all stuff to look forward to!


Khai Khai Saw

Computing Officer

The Computing Officer maintains the website and the email system.

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Devavrata Soni & Lakshiv Dhingra

Welfare Officer

The Welfare Officers provide welfare support and organise events over the course of the year. If you have any problems or concerns, they’ll be more than happy to help! Just drop them a message.


Will Kitchen

Welfare Strategy Officer

Having served as our Welfare Officer for 2017/18, Will now works as our Welfare Strategy Officer, advising the current welfare team, co-ordinating longer term welfare initiatives and acting as our liaison with the University on all things welfare!


Catherine Graham

Access Officer

MedSoc is working with ClinSoc (clinical students medical society) to make sure that everybody, regardless of their race, school and background receive equal information about and have the same opportunities to study Medicine at Cambridge. The Access Officer organises regional talks across the country and is working to produce an Access Guide.


Fresher's Rep

The Freshers' Rep plays an intermediary role, in acting as a point of liaison between the 1st Year students and the MedSoc committee.