2022 CCS 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 Three-Minute Thesis Competition is an opportunity for GR 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.

2022 CCS 3MT details

Central Clinical School's 3MT thesis heat was held on Thursday 9 June with ten PhD students participating. The judges were Professor Terry O'Brien, Dr Zoe Ding and Ms Julia Veitch.

Congratulations to our winners!

1st: Emily Cockle (Department of Neuroscience) - Neuropsychological assessment protocol for brain mapping during stereo-EEG in epilepsy

Runner up: Courtney McLean (Department of Psychiatry) - Are measures of eating disorder psychopathology appropriately capturing vegans?

People's choice: Jurie Tashkandi (Australian Centre for Blood Diseases) - Antibody targeted metal-organic frameworks for diagnostics and therapy

Pictured above: CCS's 2022 3MT thesis heat participants. L-R (top): Emily Cockle (winner), Courtney McLean (runner up), Jurie Tashkandi (People's choice), Sarah Griffith, Kathy Hsin; (bottom): Giulia Iacono, Katherine Kenyon, Fiona McCutcheon, Antonia Reale, Jennifer Tinston

See flier for details of all participants and their presentation topics.

Emily Cockle represented CCS in the Faculty 2022 3MT competition.

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