Prospective Ambassadors are students who are interested in science, biomedical research and in growing an international network of like-minded, young peers. In case this description fits you, we invite you to consider becoming part of our Ambassador program! We accept applications year-round, and process each of them shortly after receiving it, on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

ICOCIMS Ambassadors play a vital role in spreading the word about the congress, by directly connecting with peers at their University. To acknowledge their contribution, Ambassadors are offered a range of exciting benefits! They will join a motivated international team, gain recognition on the ICOCIMS website and social media pages, and receive an official certificate from the University of Parma. Plus, priority registration for future ICOCIMS events awaits! Based on the number of participants registering with their personal referral code, ambitious Ambassadors can even unlock complimentary accommodation for ICOCIMS 2025, whilst also enjoying fee-free access, exclusive social activities and unique benefits during this year’s edition.

 

ICOCIMS 2024 Ambassadors

Ritu Chhabria (Medical University of Gdansk, Poland)
Hello! I am Ritu Chhabria from India & currently a 5th year Medicine student at the Medical University of Gdansk, Poland. Interested in Gynaecology & Obstetrics. I am immensely fascinated with the tiny yet colossal world of microorganisms and love reading about space and the world beyond our planet ( either microscopic or extremely massive, there’s no in between!) Super excited to be a part of ICOCIMS 2024 and see you in Parma!

 

Ksenija Femić (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Hi! My name is Ksenija, I am a third-year medical student at the University of Novi Sad. I am honored to serve as an ambassador and look forward to meeting and engaging with everyone at ICOCIMS in November.

 

Simge Kiran (Azerbaijan Medical University, Baku, Azerbaijan)
Hello, I’m Simge. I’m studying Azerbaijan Medical University of 3rd course right now. I’ve just started to take part in vice president external affairs in UluBat. I was chosen as an ambassador at the ISC congress in Graz. At that time, I was selected as an ambassador at the ICOCIMS congress in Italy, Parma. I’m so grateful for this situation.

 

Jordan Hammond (Humanitas University, Milan, Italy)
3rd year Medicine & Surgery student at Humanitas University in Milan, Italy. From the U.S. where I did a BS in Public Health & then traveled to Europe for an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master in Public Health & Policy (MPH, MSc). Interested in Emergency Medicine.

 

Click here and submit the form to apply to become one of our Ambassadors!

 

For more information, don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email at general.icocims@unipr.it, or through Instagram DMs (@icocims).