Three minute thesis competition

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Central Clinical School HDR students regularly compete in the "Three Minute Thesis" competition (3MT), offered in every Australian university. The CCS 3 Minute Thesis Competition is an opportunity for HDR   students to convey the relevance and importance of their research in just 3 minutes. It is an excellent opportunity to achieve a higher profile for research students and their work. The Monash 3MT finalist will then be invited to represent Monash University at the Asia-Pacific 3MT competition, which will be held in Queensland at the University of Queensland.

2018 CCS 3MT heat participants. L-R: Ms Ee Yu, Ms Rosie Latimer, Mr Jasper Cornish, Mr Shane Nanayakkara, Ms Anna Beale, Ms Amy Searle, Ms Amy Wilson.

2019 CCS 3MT competition details

  • 1:30 - 2:30 pm, Monday 27 May 2019, Level 5 Alfred Centre Lecture Theatre
    Enquiries: Sharmila.Ramesh@monash.edu
  • The following prizes will be awarded at the Faculty 3MT Final: First Place $800, Second Place $500, Third Place $300, MPA People’s Choice Award $50 (plus entry into Monash Wildcard Competition)
  • Wildcard competition will be held to select an additional entrant in the Monash 3MT Final. The “People’s Choice” winners from each Faculty will compete against each other for a place in the Monash Final
  • Rules and judging criteria can be found here.

For more information on the 3MT competition, including the Faculty and Monash 3MT finals, see here.

 
Ms Rosie Latimer
Supervisors: A/Prof Catriona Bradshaw, Dr Lenka Vodstrcil, Prof Christopher Fairley
Thesis title: Mycoplasma genitalium- the new STI on the block
Department: MSHC
 
Dr Jillian Lau
Supervisors: Dr James McMahon, Prof Sharon Lewin
Thesis title: Antiviral treatment interruptions in HIV cure research
Department: Medicine
 
Ms Akshita Rana
Supervisors: A/Prof Christoph Hagemeyer, Dr Erik Westein
Thesis title: Stroke, heart attack and a 'smart' little antibody: A tale unfolds
Department: ACBD
 
Mr Hattapark Dejakaisay
Supervisors: Prof Patrick Kwan, A/Prof Nigel Jones
Thesis title: Potential Role of Glutamate in the pathogenesis of Acquired Epilepsy in Alzheimer's Disease
Department: Neuroscience
 
Ms Lakshanie Wickramasinghe
Supervisors: A/Prof Margaret Hibbs, Dr Evelyn Tsantikos Thesis title: Lungs, Eyes and Wonder, baby.
Department: Immunology
 
Mr Feng Yan
Supervisors: Prof David Curtis, Dr Nick Wong, A/Prof David Powell
Thesis title: Unveil leukaemia stem cell signature use bioinformatics approach
Department: ACBD
 
Mr Sourabh Mehta
Supervisors: Prof Karlheinz Peter, Prof Alex Bobik
Thesis title: Surgical strike on atherosclerosis
Department: Baker

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