Diversity Day 2021

That's us - Students introduce themselves

Hebatullah Abdulazeem

"Via Cochrane Taskexchange, I’ve succeeded in participating in more than twenty systematic reviews, of which fifteen have been already published."

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Linda Liang

“I would like to utilise my skills learned along the way and contribute to impactful research and implementation of preventive health measures in the future.”

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Yiming Liu

“Here at TUM, researchers are exploring various directions of robotics and maintaining good cooperation, which is of great benefit to me."

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Nikolay Lunchenkov

"As a health scientist and a medical doctor, I would like to actively participate in developing health services for LGBTQI+ community and use my knowledge to help those in need."

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Sagun Magar

“Despite the huge progress and improvement in the health sector in the last few decades, I believe, it is one of the fields that is always dynamic and can always be better. So, I want to be a part of this field contributing to health maintenance and its improvement.”

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Cui Min

"Adolescence is a unique period where many pressures and challenges, as well as possibilities and potentials dwell in, while being just out of childhood and facing adulthood, contemporary society arouses many different health-related issues in this period, globally and cross-culturally. How to make adolescents live a more active lifestyle is a great challenge worldwide."

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Bonventure Obeka

"Moving to a foreign country in the middle of a pandemic with all the challenges that come with that especially with regard to restrictions on movement and meeting people was not a walk in the park. I was very lucky to get colleagues who, for me, are very supportive."

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Susanna Rinne-Wolf

"Participation in a diverse society is one of the major themes in my work, both in individual care and in organizations and the larger political context. The goals of the program seem to me to be an ideal continuation, deepening and broadening of my professional and academic career."

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Mohamed Shoeir

"I am looking forward to discussions in the seminars. Despite breakouts sessions, Zoom seminars remained somewhat anonymous. But I hope that something can be taken away from the crisis and that positive things such as video recordings of lectures can be retained."

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Florence Tesha

“Part of the excitement of studying at TUM is the unique vibrancy and intertwinement between the university and the beautiful city of Munich and its culture.”

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Ximena Tiscareno-Osorno

“I believe that nature and preserving nature bring us the possibility of living life with more equality, health, and joy.”

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Jana Zeh

"I started several volunteer projects as a teenager, such as a support group and a school project for students and teachers in the field of mental health, so studying health sciences at TUM was definitely an option for me."

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