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Meet the Professional

28 November 2017

On 30th  of November at 1:30 PM students from Y9-Y11 who are thinking about a career in medicine are invited to IBLC for a meeting with our Alumni Karolina Adamkiewicz, who will share her experince of becoming a doctor .


Karolina is currently working as a Foundation Doctor at the Royal London Hospital in East London. She is a recent graduate of the GKT School of Medicine at King's College London and has previously completed her pre-clinical studies and BA in Neuroscience at St John's College, Cambridge.


Karolina will speak to students interested in studying medicine about the application system and how to choose a medical school as she had the privilege to experience two different schools herself and she is now involved in teaching Bart's medical students.

She will also be happy to talk about what her day to day working life involves, which might be more interesting for students who are thinking about medicine but not sure that it is right for them.