Marina HUL, a year-3 UP pharmacy student, started getting involved in research when she was a in year 2.

From 3rd to 5th July, she used her scholarship to join the 9th Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy (AASP) conference at Ajou University, Republic of Korea. She certainly was very successful and made UP very proud – her research poster won the best poster awards from over 300 posters from schools of pharmacy from all over Asia.

In October 2019, she was selected to be a young researcher with Policy Lab by Future Forum, where she is working on “Physical activity friendly-office and school redesign for NCD-free generations”.

In December 2019, she was awarded travel grant to present her research at the First Biennial Conference of Comparative Education Society of Cambodia in Siem Reap. Her enthusiasm and capacity shows her great potential as a future leader. UP is proud to support her to realize her dream and wish her all the best.