EMSA Turin is a university association founded in 2015 in San Luigi Hospital. Our predecessors wanted to create a platform for medical student where everybody could find a friendly environment to create and run activities, workshops and lectures.
At first, the Twinning Project was established and a few lectures were organized. Soon after, many felt the desire to offer more, although the growth of the Association proceeded slowly as our studies are time consuming. Nowadays the association is more structured and is divided into different pillars, each one focusing on a specific area of interest.
Our actvities, workshops, and projects are open to all Medicine students. However, members of the Association get priority access.
The Board of the Association is renovated once a year in spring. The elections are open to all members and everybody has the chance to step up and apply for a position.
Check out the people behind the scenes for this term right below and connect with them if you wish to be part of this story!
Vice-president - LC2
expansion project director
I am Fiamma, LC2 responsible of supervising our projects and give my help and contribution whenever I can.
I have a passion for outdoor sports, mostly water-related, and enjoy interacting with new people and different cultures. Being in EMSA is teaching me to always try to make myself useful and do my best when I don’t know the field of interest, as we can all learn from each other and our experiences of life!
President - LC1
I’m Giacomo, local coordinator @ EMSA Turin.
I’ve been in EMSA since the beginning of my academic jurney.
My interests range from medicine all the way to new tech and computer science.
I love science and every aspect of it.
I am the one that makes your dreams come true (hopefully the good ones).
Merchendise project director
Hey. My name is Jakub Struzik but call me Kuba for short. I am a fifth year student at SanLu. I got elected as a Treasurer for this year’s board and I will be taking care of admission fees as well as other financial operations. Do not hesitate to message me if in doubt. I was told I am easy going and friendly so I will be more than glad to help the newcomers as well as hang out.
I’m Nikolas, the website director. I take care of the behind the scenes technology and update the website. My aim is to streamline and modernize our website and integrate better with our EMSA Today Project. I like playing music and making horrible cringe jokes.
– For cornetti, please contact Feras.
International Relations Officer
I am the one responsible of integrating EMSA establishments from medical faculties all over Europe and promoting various events and collaborations with them. I have a great passion for surgery and love travelling.
internal relationship officer
I’m Sofia, the internal relationship officer. This means that if you have any doubt about how to get involved with emsa, I can help you! When I’m not busy with uni I like looking for new music and swing dancing
I am the boring one trying to guide the association through national organisation. When i don’t pretend to be a serious student, I like to go hiking, skiing and making gelato.
EMSA TODAY DIRECTOR
Hey, I am Alžbeta, or Alžbi for short. This year, I am taking care of the EMSA Today Project. Our team will manage social medias of EMSA and bring you all the information about other projects, as well as some curiosities from the world of medicine and science.
In my free time, I really enjoy doing yoga. It helps me to relax my body and find peace in the never ending stress of studying medicine, haha.
Hi! I’m Jenni! I’m the current head of the Twinning project. My aim is to promote international networking, medical education and friendships. I like waking up at 6:00 a.m. and the beach!
Hey, I’m Feras, a 3rd year medical student. I’m the project manager of Effervescience, a project aiming to organize conferences and workshops on topics of our interest.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me for any ideas or suggestions!
(legend says I’m THE cornetti dealer)
LET's talk about sex
Hi! I am Sara, the new director of the Let’s Talk about Sex Project.
I am always enthusiastic about new opportunities that come into my life, like this amazing project that aims to create a discussion at school focused on safe sex and preventing STDs. Besides my passion for Medicine, prevention, and research (which is why I am also part of the Effervescience Project), I love hiking, running, traveling and learning new languages. Art, photography, reading books and everything that has to do with dance and drama are also a huge part of my life. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you feel like being part of the team!