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Ms. Chandni Mistry, Medicine, Best Researcher Award

Chandni Mistry at Imperial College London, United Kingdom


Ms. Chandni Mistry is an enthusiastic student doctor currently intercalating at Imperial College London, a globally renowned institution. With extensive clinical placement experience across NHS trusts in northern England, she is deeply passionate about surgery, particularly in the field of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology. A committed member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ms. Mistry actively participates in conferences such as the Royal College of Surgeons Future Surgery Show and BACO International ENT UK. She is also engaged in multiple publications and community contributions, reflecting her dedication to both academic and clinical excellence.

Professional Profile:


Imperial College London (2023/24)

  • School of Medicine, intercalating student
  • Unconditional offer

Lancaster University (2020)

Imperial College Business School, Stonebridge College, Birmingham (2020)

  • Diploma
  • Distinction

Imperial College London, Biomedical Admission Test (BMAT)

  • Mathematic and aptitude section: 7
  • Scientific section: 6.2

Professional Experience:

Ms. Chandni Mistry has gained extensive clinical experience through a broad range of placements across NHS trusts in the north of England, where she has honed her medical skills and deepened her passion for surgery, particularly in Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology. As an active student member of the Royal College of Surgeons, she regularly contributes to conferences, including the Royal College of Surgeons Future Surgery Show and BACO International ENT UK, showcasing her commitment to continuous learning and professional development.

In addition to her clinical work, Ms. Mistry has held several leadership and membership roles that reflect her dedication to both academic and community engagement. She has served as the Year 2 MBChB academic representative and has been a driving force in various student societies, including as President of the Students for Global Health Society and the Pediatrics Society at Lancaster University. She has also been the Vice President of the Lancaster University Study Abroad Society and the Health & Safety Officer for both the Lancaster University Wilderness and Emergency Medicine Society and the Students for Kids International Project Society. Her involvement extends to being a delegate at the Royal College of Surgeons Future Surgery and a student member of SFO ENT UK, demonstrating her proactive approach to leadership and her commitment to advancing the field of medicine.

Research Interest:

  • Surgery, with a specific focus on Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology
  • Active involvement in ongoing research and multiple publications
  • Participation in various academic seminars and conferences

Publications Top Noted: 

“Widening participation for disabled students in community healthcare careers”

  • Education for Primary Care, 2022-07-04
  • DOI: 10.1080/14739879.2022.2071645
  • Contributors: Parth Suthar, Chandni Mistry, Brijesh B. M. Gajjar
Chandni Mistry | Medicine | Best Researcher Award

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