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 University of Queensland.

2017 CCS 3MT Heat participants

2017 CCS 3MT heat participants. L-R: Mr Nikolce Kocovski, Ms Emily king, Mr Matthew Snelson, Ms Mahtab Parvaresh, Mr Amlan Chakraborty, Mr Amy Wilson, Ms Jacqueline Riddiford and CCS postgraduate convenor Professor Rob Medcalf.

2017 CCS 3MT competition details

  • Date: Tuesday 27 June 2017
  • Time: 2.00 - 3.00 pm
  • Venue: Lecture Theatre, Level 5, Alfred Centre
  • The winner of the 2017 CCS 3MT Heat was Mr Matthew Snelson. View his winning talk here.

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

2017 Participants

Amlan Chakraborty

Mr Amlan Chakraborty
Supervisors: Prof Magdalena Plebanski, Prof Cordelia Selomulya, Dr Simon Royce, Dr Jennifer Boer
Thesis title: Immunomodulatory role of functionalized nanoparticles on antigen presenting cells
Department: Immunology and Pathology

Emily King

Ms Emily King
Supervisors: Dr Brian Drew, Dr Darren Henstridge, Dr Anna Calkin
Thesis title: Does skeletal muscle mitochondrial dysfunction cause insulin resistance?
Department: Baker Institute
View Emily's talk here

Nik Kocovski

Mr Nikolce Kocovski
Supervisors: Prof David Tarlinton, Dr Steven Rockman, Prof Andrew Lew
Thesis title: Therapeutic monoclonal antibodies to snake venom
Department: Immunology and Pathology
View Nikolce's talk here

Mahtab Parvaresh

Ms Mahtab Parvaresh
Supervisors: Dr Daniel Andrews, Prof Steven Gerondakis
Thesis title: The role of NFKB molecules in NK cell development
Department: Immunology and Pathology

Jacqueline Riddiford

Ms Jacqueline Riddiford
Supervisors: Dr Caroline Gurvich, A/Prof Peter Enticott, A/Prof Joanne Fielding
Thesis title: Social functioning and visual processing in autism spectrum disorder
Department: Monash Alfred Psychiatry research centre  Institute

Matthew Snelson

Mr Mathew Snelson
Supervisors: A/Prof Melinda Coughlan, Prof Mark Cooper, Dr Sih Min Tan
Thesis title: The effects of dietary advanced glycation endproducts on gut homeostasis and chronic kidney   disease
Department: Diabetes
View Matthew's winning talk here

Amy Wilson

Ms Amy Wilson
Supervisors: Prof Magdalena Plebanski, Dr Andrew Stephens
Thesis title: Improving in vivo detection methods and immunomodulatory therapies for the treatment of high-grade serous ovarian cancers
Department: Immunology and Pathology
View Amy's talk here

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