Seven years ago, Serena Tejpar survived a catastrophic accident that completely changed her life. Today, she is a medical student at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, a patient advocate and a children’s book author.
She spoke to Julia Soudat about her passion for medicine, her unique perspective on being a patient, and the inspiration behind her new book.
Joy Foster speaks with a young woman named Serena Tejpar, a medical student at the University of Toronto. Serena shares her powerful story after surviving a tragic accident in 2016 on the 401 that left her in the hospital with life threatening injuries. Her story will awaken all the inner strengths we own ourselves. Through her healing Serena wrote a children's book entitled "You Are So Much More" with a message of strength and courage for children experiencing illness and hospitalization.
MSc Global Health student Serena Tejpar, who has been named 2019's YMCA Young Woman of Excellence.
Serena Tejpar is not supposed to be alive. Now, three years after a catastrophic car crash, the 21-year-old will cross the stage with her classmates on Wednesday morning at Western’s 312th Convocation as she earns her Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Honors) degree.
Serena Tejpar defied medical expectations to accept her science degree from Western University
The 18-year-old Western University medical sciences student had been involved in a serious collision on Highway 401 and, after being stabilized at Woodstock ...
Serena is based in T’karonto, Ontario, also known as Toronto, which is the traditional lands of the Wendat, the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and the Mississaugas of the New Credit.
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