The Faculty of Health Sciences' annual Research Day brings together all the exciting research taking place within FHS under one roof. Join us for a display of research posters from graduate students and faculty members and discover what we've discovered.
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
1:00 - 4:30 p.m.
The Great Hall/The Garden
3-Minute Thesis Competition
FHS Distinguished Lecture: Following the Research Presentations/3-Minute Thesis Competition, the Faculty of Health Sciences hosts its annual Distinguished Lecture. This year's lecture features Samantha Nutt, who is the founder and Executive Director of War Child Canada.
The submission should:
Please submit your abstract by completing the form below. For more information, contact Nicole Chabot.
Space will be made available for graduate students and faculty members to display their research posters. Members are encouraged to display their research posters from recent conferences.
3MT (Three Minute Thesis) is a research communication competition where graduate students have 3 minutes or less to present their research and its impact to a panel of non-specialist judges and peers. The exercise develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and supports the development of research students' capacity to effectively explain their research in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience.
As part of FHS Research Day, graduate students from across the faculty will present their research to a panel of judges with the winner advancing to Western-wide 3MT competition on April 9. The winner of the Western competition advances to the Provincial 3MT Finals on April 23.