International merit for UKZN Chapter President - Nerissa Naidoo


 The Rising Sun (Chatsworth) reported on 2 June that Nerissa will be spending six months conducting par of her doctoral research at Ghent University in Belguium.  She was awarded the prestigious Inspire Mobility Scholarship, funded by the Erasmus Mundus Programme.

Ms Naidoo graduated wit a Bachelor of Medical Science deree, majoring in Clinical Anatomy and Physiology in 2011, completing her honours in Anatomy in 2012.Nerissa will be attending the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology where she will conduct anatomical and biomechanical shoulder work related to two subsets of her doctoral research.  Her study pertains to the field of Clinical Human Anatomy.

The Rising Sun quoted her:

"Service to humanity is something I hold close to my heart and I have been involved in it since my secondary education.  I have the opportunity to be actively involved in various academic, leadership and community service projects.  I feel that these tanible benefits of serving and sharing have and continue, to transform my own life".

Golden Key is proud!