In India, there are few students who take up the feat of research during under graduation. Several times we don’t have the opportunity as medical students
We’re very thrilled to announce MSAI-India very first batch of Research exchange outgoing students that will be representing our NMO to the rest of the IFMSA’s SCORE family.
With an overwhelming 60 application received this year, we hereby present the final selected students for the research exchange 2017-18.
Germany – Ramya Jayasimha (April/May-17)
Catalonia – 1) Shreyas Chawathey (May-17)
2) Sarthak Bahl (March-17)
Portugal – Mokshada Sharma (July-17)
Italy – 1) Parth Garg (May-17)
2) Siddharth Tewari (April-17)
Spain – Rishabh Vaid (May-17)
Poland – Srushti Sahukar (June-17)
Romania – Isha Desai (April/May-17)
Brazil – 1) Shiv Shah (March-18)
2) Shriya Goyal (April-17) (Active LC)
3) Komal Ramchandani (February-18)
Morocco – Sahana Devakumar (June-17) (Active LC)
The following Students are waitlisted & will go for an exchange if the above selected students cancel their exchange seat. Waitlisted Candidates will be given Preference according to their rank & country preference on the months available.
Outstanding Local Officer on Research Exchange :
1) Tanvi Prabhu
2) Komal Ramchandan
Welcome to SCORE!
In India, there are few students who take up the feat of research during under graduation. Several times we don’t have the opportunity as medical students to have a research experience. Research is essential for the development of medicine and without it the medical fields could never have reached the stage they are right now with innovative methods of diagnosis and treatments. SCORE gives you this platform that is lacking in our regular curriculum to explore your interest in the field of research from the best institutions across the globe. Join the experience of improving the research skills with an unforgettable cultural learning and you have the Standing Committee on Research Exchange!
The Definition of IFMSA Research Exchange
The IFMSA Research Exchange is a research project that provides medical students with the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in the specific area of their research interest. This program is officially recognized and supported by the medical school/university and is guided by a mentor who introduces exchange students to the basic principles of research, including literature search, data collection, scientific writing, laboratory work, statistics and ethics. Upon completion of the program, students may be required to prepare a written scientific report or an oral presentation.
SCORE India has been declared active on July 18, 2016. As of today, we have two active Local Committees (LCs):
KLE University’s Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belagavi
Sumandeep Vidhyapeet, Vadodara
Our mission is to offer future physicians an opportunity to experience research and diversity in countries all over the world. This is achieved by providing a network of locally and internationally active students that globally facilitate access to research exchange projects. Through our programming and opportunities, we aim to develop both culturally sensitive students and skilled researchers intent on shaping the world of science in the upcoming future.
To provide research projects in medical curricula in order to medical students worldwide to take responsibility for their own curriculum according to their interest and to introduce them to the basic principles of medical research.
To increase the mobility and widen the horizon of medical students worldwide providing them with the possibility to experience different approaches in medical research, education and treatment by partaking in research projects in other countries.
To enhance the academic quality of the medical student curricula and the theoretical knowledge in the field of medical research either on basic science or on clinical science with/without lab work.
To facilitate collaboration and partnership between different medical universities/schools, research institutions and allied medical students across the globe in order to share and spread new achievements in the field of medical research.
To maintain affordable research exchange tuition through its governing body to insure that medical students within the National Member Organizations can participate in the exchanges without any financial burden.
Types of research projects:
Basic laboratory research project
Clinical research project, combined with basic research in the lab
Clinical research project
Global Action Project (GAP) [Soon to be active]
How the SCORE Exchanges Work
All exchanges are initiated and coordinated entirely by medical student volunteers. Every university is represented by a Local Officer on Research Exchange (LORE), who facilitates projects at the local level and arranges for the exchange students preparations such like housing and boarding. Every exchange student is assigned a local contact person who serves as a guide, resource, and social liaison, the thing that strengthens the intercultural communication, understanding, and unity among medical students worldwide.
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