The 2010 MMAP Project Prospectus can be found here!
Tacita Powell is a first-year medical student at the University of Queensland, after having completed her undergraduate Bachelor of Biomedical Science in 2009 at UQ. Tacita has worked as tutor in human biology and volunteers her time to cultural events such as the Brisbane Writers’ Festival. She has keen interest in peace and conflict studies having undertaken a minor in this area in her undergraduate degree. She graduated from Trinity Catholic College, Lismore in 2005.
Mary-Clair Yelovich began her first year of medical school at the University of Queensland in January of this year. She is originally from Canada, where she completed an Honours degree in Biochemistry and a Masters in Philosophy, with a particular focus on the Philosophy of Medicine.
Dominic Stanton graduated from St Patrick’s College, Shorncliffe in 2007, where he was College Captain. He completed an accelerated Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Queensland before beginning his first year of Medicine in 2010, where is a current member of the Med Rugby team. After a previous travelling in India he is eager to return and is passionate about supporting the Manali community.