2020 SCS Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition
2020 3MT (virtual competition) details
Faculty 3MT finals
Congratulations to Ben Amberg on winning 1st Prize at the 2020 Faculty Three Minute Thesis Competition and also the People’s Choice Award! Ben will represent the Faculty as a finalist at the Monash University 3MT Final on 18 August 2020, winner of which will progress to the Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition.
2020 SCS 3MT Winners and links to their presentations
Congratulations to our PhD students who presented their exceptional research at this year’s SCS Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition held virtually over 3 days from Wednesday 10 June to Friday 12 June 2020.
SCS Senior category
2nd place - Ellen Jarred
‘Same genes, different fates‘
3rd place - Carrie-Anne Ng
‘The Effects of Exercise on Bone Health in Older Adults’
SCS Junior category
1st place - Lachlan Dalli
‘Does one pill a day, really keep the doctor away? Examining the interplay between medication adherence and outcomes after stroke‘
2nd place - Penny Whiley
‘Bye bye baby! Understanding causes of male infertility‘
SCS People’s choice award winner (won with 20% of votes)
‘I hate purple jelly beans‘
2020 SCS / Hudson Institute participants list and links to their video clips
Click on the Department/Centre names below for video links of Senior category (Students registered/eligible for Faculty competition; post-Confirmation Milestone) and Junior category (Pre-confirmation milestone students eligible only for SCS 3MT competition) participants.
Title: Identifying New Genes Leading to DSD
Title: Paediatric IBD and Microbiome – Bugs as Drugs?
Title: The Dark Side of Interferon Signalling
Title: Microbiome medicines: personalising disease treatment
Title: Same genes, different fates
Title: Grandma's epigenetic cookbook: recipes for the next generation
Title: Bye bye baby! Understanding causes of male infertility
Title: Cognitive Dysfunction in Lupus: An invisible burden
Carrie Anne Ng
Title: The Effects of Exercise on Bone Health in Older Adults
Title: Reaching the unreached
Title: Does one pill a day, really keep the doctor away? Examining the interplay between medication adherence and outcomes after stroke
Title: Staying strong as we age
Title: What’s in the rice?
Title: Workforce trends and workforce development needs of dietitians into the future
Title: Precision medicine for pancreatic cancer
Title: Predicting acute kidney injury after cardiac surgery