Chirag is currently completing his education within Trinity College at the University of Toronto, pursuing a specialist program in Physiology and a major in Biochemistry. He enjoys playing his flute during his free time. Chirag also took part in a research project in which he received first place that was hosted by the University of Toronto during his senior high school year. Research has always been a passion for Chirag ever since early childhood. He continues to follow his passion an‍‍‍d pursuit of using research as a tool to create positive change in the lives of others.

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Chirag Vaswani BSc(ipr)


Bachelor of Science, Physiology Specialist (University of Toronto)

TLS Courses: PSL300, PSL301

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TLS Instructor: Physiology, PSL300, PSL301

Trinity ONE Mentor (Health Science & Society Stream)

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High School General Science Peer Tutor, AP Biology Tutor

Making a positive impact through research. Getting involved at an early stage  

Global Health is an integral part of medicine. It's the small acts x millions of people that can transform the world!

Chirag enjoys teaching physiology and also being in the lab. He believes such courses in the university require students to understand the functions of the interconnected systems, which would allow us to apply the concepts to clinically relevant situations making it an exciting field to study. Chirag takes great passion in teaching this subject that he loves and hopes to help his students digest the material better. He has peer tutored throughout his high school career and consistently throughout his university career. His goal is to help students cover the in class material at a reasonable pace, with depth, and allow students to tackle clinical problems that maybe discussed in class as well as test questions associated with the lecture.

Connecting classroom concepts to clinical questions that peak the interest of students in healthcare applications

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Chirag participated in U of T’s Munk School of Global Affairs in which they discussed about global initiatives for India. This opportunity opened his eyes to worldwide issues, and further fueled his drive to help those in need. He continued his passion with the recent medical and service project trip to Lima, Peru with MEDLIFE. After his trip to Lima, Peru, he and his colleague began a MEDLIFE Chapter at the University of Toronto.

Major in Biochemistry (University of Toronto)

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