Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare (CUCOH)

Anidip Sengupta

Founder and President: CUCOH Wilfrid Laurier Chapter

Anidip, a 4th year HBSc Biology & Psychology student, is pursuing his interest in life sciences and medicine. Out of classroom he is active as a community volunteer, healthcare entrepreneur and a passionate student leader. In his spare time, Anidip enjoys travelling, doing photography, playing cricket and catching up with friends.

Prem Nichani

Executive Vice President: Finance and Sponsorship

Description: Prem Nichani is a second year Health Sciences student with a passion for healthcare and the field of medicine, specifically paediatrics. He has volunteered at SickKids for the past four years with even hospital experience at Grand River Hospital. Prem currently volunteers at KidsAbility in Waterloo. Feel free to contact Prem regarding volunteer information should you be interested in volunteering too!

CUCOH is a conference at Queen's U that provides delegates with a platform to discuss the interdisciplinary nature of healthcare. Come to hear inspiring speakers, network with your peers, and participate in workshops (including an all new interactive anatomy lab workshop!) Visit to register for CUCOH 2014.

Roxana Herman

Executive Vice President: Internal Relations

Roxana Herman is a Health Sciences Student at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is currently studying in my fourth year and is hoping to pursue a career in Optometry in the future. Roxana is also involved as the VP Internal Affairs on the Health Sciences Students Association (HSSA) and she is excited to be a new member of Laurier's first CUCOH chapter!

Lydia Morrison

Executive Vice President: Marketing and Events

Lydia, a fourth year Health Sciences student, is pursuing her interest in medicine and healthcare. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering with children, spending time with friends and family, travelling, playing guitar, and participating in numerous sports.

Stephanie Kuntz

Executive Vice President: External Relations