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I'm about to finish my Medical Degree in Buenos Aires, and I received a scholarship to participate in the Woman, Reproduction & Child Program at University of Oslo in the spring semester 2020. I've luckily had plenty of opportunities to work with kids. Since I finished High School I babysitter in my spare times,I worked as a Music Teacher in Kindergarten and give English and French support classes to kids. Away from Argentina during summer vacations I've had the opportunity to volunteer at AIESEC in Kenya, Africa, working as coordinator of the “Healthy and Happy” program, as well as in Colombia being part of prevention practices in Health and Hygiene, attending daily schools inserted in neighborhoods with extreme poverty, in both cities. Likewise, within the faculty, I participate as an assistant of the “NACER Research Project” which carries out comparative studies to observe the development and behavioral and cognitive tendencies of the infants of mothers who suffered stress during pregnancy. This year, by the designation of the “Emotional Assistance of Patients” department in my Hospital, I regularly attend with other musician friends the Neonatology room to sing to premature babies and young patients at risk. I have a project in mind for children that I hope I can carry on once I graduate that will be called “Singing is healing” combining my three passions: childhood and pediatrics, medical science and music.