NUI Galway Societies Societies AMSI Society
AMSI Society
NUI Galway branch of the Association of Medical Students Ireland (AMSI)
Committee Members
Ordinary Committee Member:Rosemary James
Ordinary Committee Member:Ciara Clarke
Ordinary Committee Member:Emily Stoll
Co-Auditor:Donal Flynn
Local Officer for Sexual and Reproductive Health, including HIV/AIDS (LORA):Sarah Fenn
Co-Auditor:Shashank Thyarala
EMSA Co-ordinator:Clara Knowles
Public Relations Officer:Vanessa Leung Shing
Secretary:Matthew Moran
Ordinary Committee Member:Rachel O'Flynn
Local officer for research exchanges (LORE):Niamh Dundon
Events Officer:Maria Regan
Local Officer for Public Health (LOPH):Lidia Shafik
Local officer for medical education (LOME):Peggy Miller
Treasurer:Conor Medlar
Ordinary Committee Member:David Fitzsimons
Ordinary Committee Member:Gavin Calpin
Ordinary Committee Member:Patrick Folan
Assistant Local Officer for Public Health:Aine Kelly
Assisatant Local Officer for Human Rights and Peace:Ryan Biehn
Ordinary Committee Member:Aisling Stafford
Assistant Local Officer for Medical Education:Mary McNamee
Ordinary Committee Member:Timothy Siliang Lu
Assistant Local Officer for Sexual and Reproductive Health, including HIV/AIDS:Nina Deacon
Local Officer for Professional Exchanges - Outgoing:Carol Chin Yee Ng
Local Officer for Human Rights and Peace (LORP):Nur Syazana Idris
Assistant EMSA Co-ordinator:Sarah McDonnell
Local Officer for Professional Exchanges - Incoming:Sian McGarel
December 18th
Today . Tuesday

AMSI Society

NUI Galway branch of the Association of Medical Students Ireland (AMSI)

On the 9th of November 2013, medical students from across the country came together for an inaugural National Medical Student Summit. The summit led to the launch and establishment of the Association of Medical Students in Ireland (AMSI). For the first time since the late 19th century, Irish medical students have an organization that can facilitate dialogue at a national and international level.

The national organization will aim to:

* Increase collaboration between the medical schools

* Represent the views of medical student on a national scale

* Promote medical student wellness

* Create a forum where students can discuss a range of scientific and social topics

We would like to bring to your attention the existence of this organisation and the individual school representatives. This organisation will provide an alternative method for individual medical schools to communicate with all Irish medical students.

Now, local AMSI committees have been formed in each of the six Medical Schools to get things moving on the ground.