Alice McGushin is a medical student at the University of Tasmania, taking a year off the normal five year degree to undertake Honours in Medical Research. She grew up in Queenstown, on the West Coast of Tasmania. Throughout her medical degree, she has been involved with rural, global and environmental health issues, including fundraising for and coordinating public health projects in Uganda, organising students studying degrees in health to talk to rural Tasmanian high schools and participating in the Vibe Alive Indigenous Health Festival in Bendigo. She is currently the National Student Representative for Doctors for the Environment Australia and the Hobart 350 Campaigns Coordinator.
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