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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running4
Available position1
Total ballots38
Valid votes38
Invalid votes0


Round Siqing Wei Adithya Sreenivas Marta Sadlej RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 5.00 26.00 5.00 2.00 0.00 7.00 19.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 19.00. Candidate Adithya Sreenivas has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Adithya Sreenivas.

Number of vacancies: 1


Siqing Wei
Hello everyone. My name is Jessica, and I’m a second-year BSc. Biomedical Science student. I have been involved with UCL MedTech for the past two years, as a society member, a graphic designer, as well as a committee member that participated actively in the planning of events such as AI in Medicine. Being a part of the MedTech family has been really fun, and I would love to continue to contribute to MedTech by creating a better engagement experience for every society member we are having. Being an academic rep for my course, I am experienced in communicating the voice of students across different management levels and coordinating the relationship between different parties. With me as the welfare officer, you could be assured that every MedTech member would get the support they needed and have their voice heard.
Marta Sadlej
Hi everyone!

I am Marta, a Biomedical Sciences student with a special interest in the applications of new technologies in medical sciences. I will be starting my second year of studies in September.

I take Wellbeing and Mental Health very seriously, especially seeing how commonly students need help in those areas. As a Welfare Officer I would actively raise awareness about the services that UCL and other bodies have to offer, so that everybody knows where to seek help.

I am currently volunteering as a social worker, helping elderly people during the pandemic.My interests include many areas of life sciences, including bioinformatics, regenerative medicine and pharmacology, as well as movies and hiking.

I am proactive in my efforts. Only in the last month, I was involved in running a meeting with the Nobel Laureate Robert Lefkowitz, as well as the UCL SciCon's Pizza&PhD event. Our project of updateable immunity passports has won the second place on "COVID Challenge", a hackathon organized in April.

My work with molecular dynamics and quantum modelling during the ongoing gap year gave me a great insight into the field of bioinformatics. During the last summer, I completed an internship in a stem cells lab, where I was exploring the exciting field or regenerative medicine.

Vote for me for the next Welfare Officer!
Adithya Sreenivas
Being a member of the MedTech committee this year has given me a deeper understanding of how the society works – and importantly, the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on club/society life. Student welfare has been deeply impacted and I’m passionate about making a difference by bringing the following to MedTech UCL:

- Welfare WhatsApp Groups
- More social events (e.g. charity fun run, MedTech mixer, movie nights - hopefully in-person post-pandemic!)
- A pastoral point of contact

I’ve had a great experience being on the committee as Enterprise Officer and I’d love to take on more of a pastoral role this year. I believe my communication skills and experience make me a good fit for this role and I’m excited about the opportunity to deliver my ideas next year!