The Founders


Molly is from Belfast in Northern Ireland. She is a doctor currently undertaking a year as an NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur. She graduated from Oxford University, where she founded Applican in her second year of medical school. Her aim was to level the playing field for students applying to study medicine across the UK. During the completion of her intercalated degree in Molecular Medicine, she expanded Applican across England. She has a keen interest in fundraising and regularly runs fundraising events. Molly has an interest in public health, healthcare economics and health technology and enjoys discussing the challenges facing healthcare with the Applican students. 


DR Rachel flynn

Rachel is from Newry in Northern Ireland and works a junior doctor, currently training in the south of England. She graduated from Cambridge University with distinction, where she co-founded Applican in her third year of medical school. Rachel has a keen interest in medical education and is very passionate about improving teaching standards for medical students.  She has received awards during the foundation programme for professionalism and quality improvement - very important topics for interviewees, especially in the currently overstretched National Health Service! 


Dr jack henderson

Jack is a graduate from the University of Edinburgh currently working as a doctor in the NHS. Jack led the expansion of Applican to Scotland in 2015, as well as operating courses in Northern Ireland. One of the most challenging and unfair elements to a medical school application is the UKCAT - therefore in 2016 Jack designed over 500 bespoke UKCAT questions and created the Applican Intense UKCAT course. 


The Applican Team

The wider Applican team is made up of current medical students who deliver our courses across the UK. We look for students who are 2nd year medical students and above and would love to hear from you if you are keen to help spread our content to students further than ever before!

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