Visualise your thesis is an international competition, developed by the University of Melbourne, that challenges graduate researchers at any stage of their candidature to present their projects in a 60-second, eye-catching, audio-visual digital display. Using a pre-supplied template, they are tasked with developing a striking e-poster presentation that succinctly describes their research, and its potential benefits, to a non-specialist audience.
Winner – Ishani Atukoralalage, UCD School of Medicine
One valve at a time: Minimally invasive heart valves for correction of of congenital valve defects
Runner up – Mary Davis, UCD School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science
Comparison of time-matched aerobic, resistance or combined exercise training in women living with obesity
Winner – Rachel Healy, UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy
Outreach and Impact Scientist Philip Smyth; Acting Registrar, Deputy President and Vice President for Academic Affairs Professor Barbara Dooley; winner Rachel Healy; Dean of Graduate Studies Associate Professor Paul McCabe.
Runner up – Ciara Walsh, UCD School of Medicine
Filling the gap: Developing an injectable hydrogel-based drug delivery system for preclinical spinal cord injury
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