Graduate Research Symposium
Central Clinical School's (CCS) annual postgraduate symposium aims to improve the visibility of students and their research projects on a larger scale and celebrate their achievements. PhD students throughout the AMREP precinct (Baker & Burnet Institutes and CCS) have the opportunity to explain their research to peers and colleagues. By participating, they can foster collaborations, networking and a greater awareness of the AMREP based expertise and research. Students can make either oral and/or poster presentations, which are judged by a panel of senior academics and postdocs. Attractive monetary prizes are awarded for outstanding work.
Participate for your chance to win
- Most outstanding oral presentation: $400
- Most outstanding poster presentation: $400
- Second place oral presentation: $200
- Second place poster presentation: $200
- Third place oral presentation: $100
- Third place poster presentation: $100
- People's choice award (oral presentation): $50
- Student raffle: $50
2018 Committee Members:
- Mr Paul Gill - Gastroenterology (Chair)
- Ms Angela Nguyen - Immunology & Pathology
- Ms Lakshanie Wickramasinghe - Immunology & Pathology
- Mr Daniel So - Gastroenterology
- Ms Minhee Halemba - ACBD
- Ms Ee Fang Yu - Baker Institute
Supervisors/lab heads get a chance to shine (and be critiqued)!
"No-Bell Prize" competition (introduced at the 2013 symposium)
Students nominate their supervisors or lab heads to contest for best non-technical communication and are judged by students. The interviewee who uses the least number of jargon words wins the session and a prize.
Explain My Graph (introduced at the 2014 symposium)
In this extempore session, participants are given 3-4 data and summary slides from outside their specialty area and will have to present these slides to the audience. Each speaker gets 5 minutes to present the slides, followed by 2 minutes of questions from the audience. The best presenter wins the session and a prize.