Watch the 3MT Finals on March 16

On Thursday, March 16, ten students will compete for glory in the Three Minute Thesis Final!

Thirty graduate students competed in the semi-finals on Tuesday, March 14, leaving just ten to compete in the final competition.

Layan BashiCatching’ Your Breath: Variability of Xenon MRI in Children with Primary Ciliary DyskinesiaMScMedicineWomen and Children’s Health Science
Fatemeh Asadi ZeidabadiSilent Threat in Our Drinking Water: “PFAS or Forever Chemicals”PhDApplied ScienceCHBE
Vicki ChengThe Human Aspect of Cancer: Spiral of Mental HealthMScPharmaceutical SciencesPharmaceutical Sciences
Yeganeh Dorri NokooraniOptimizing culture conditions for healthy human stem cellsPhDApplied ScienceBiomedical Engineering
Rebecca HansenNew lows? Shifting sea life on the rocky shores of southern Vancouver IslandMScScienceZoology
Angie IpDevelopmental Profiles of Children Assessed for Autism Spectrum DisorderPhDMedicineSchool of Population and Public Health
Aria MalhotraIn Your Breast Interest: Skin Reactions in Radiation TherapyPhDScienceMedical Physics
Sasha McDowellA taste of high salt sensing in fruit fliesPhDScienceZoology
Kiarah O’KaneDo you mythunderstand me? Sexuality myths and sexual outcomesMAArtsPsychology
Jonas WelschListening to the crack – The art of keeping Hydrogen from escapingPhDApplied ScienceElectrical and Computer Engineering

The final will be held in-person in Jack Poole Hall at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre. Those wanting to watch from home can register in advance to receive the Zoom link.

Date and time: Thursday, March 16 from 12 – 2 pm

Location: Jack Poole Hall South, Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre (with online option).

  • Please note: lunch will not be provided at this event.

The finalist of the 3MT competition will be going on to compete at the Western Regional Competition on Thursday, May 25 at the University of Saskatchewan.