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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots37
Valid votes37
Invalid votes0


Round Faye Tsai Sohum Sen RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 30.00 6.00 1.00 0.00 11.50 18.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 18.50. Candidate Faye Tsai has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Faye Tsai.

Number of vacancies: 1


Sohum Sen
Hello everyone! My name is Sohum and I'm finishing my first year in Mathematical Computation. I'm running for Treasurer and would love it if you could all take a minute to read my manifesto.

Being treasurer means planning the budget and logistics for all the events that we run so that our members can get the best out of them.
This year, I have been helping with the MedTech website and our AI in medicine series, of which I have hosted a couple of talks! I have gained insight into the inner workings of the society by maintaining regular contact with those in the senior team as well as other teams.

If elected my aims would be to:
Increase funding by securing new partnerships with sponsors
Run more events in collaborations with societies within UCL as well as MedTech focused societies in other universities in London to increase quality and outreach
Ensure that there are more masterclass series so that members can develop their skills in Medtech related areas

Doing what's in the interest of the society and its members is my mandate and that's all that matters. Promising commitment to the post and its responsibilities, I hope to be considered for the role of being Treasurer.
Faye Tsai
Hi everyone! I’m Faye and I’d like to apply for the role of Treasurer. This year, as First Year Representative, I gained an insight into the organisation and structure of the committee. I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of a new environment where I learnt about how ideas were translated into events. A team effort meant that we were able to successfully deliver our AI in Medicine conference featuring a healthtech entrepreneurship panel. Despite this year being remote, I came up with the initiative and organised our first virtual Networking Fair to help connect our members with industry and higher education specialists. It was a rewarding and insightful experience which required a lot of organisation. However, this doesn’t put me off, the adaptability and communication skills I’ve learnt motivates me to put on similar events next year to ensure our members invest in the right MedTech career path. By taking a larger role in the leadership, organisation and financial management of the society, I hope to launch new ideas such as CV workshops and graduate scheme panels. With our partnership companies, I’d like to provide company insight days and internship opportunities for our members. As a diligent and dependable individual, I will ensure a close relationship between the society and union, take full responsibility for the society’s finances and continue to help lead our successful annual events.