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Faculty Triumphs in Three-Minute Thesis Competition

Bond University higher degree research students (PhD/MPhil) competed this week to present a compelling speech on their thesis topic and its significance in three minutes. This University-wide inter-faculty competition is being held in universities throughout Australia.

The Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine picked up all prizes offered, totalling $3500

Christian Moro won first place across all faculties, and also won the People’s Choice award, voted by the Students of Bond University. Christian’s total prize winnings were $2500.

Kelly Grisedale came in as runner-up, and totalled $1000 in prize money.

A finalist from the 3MT is offered to attend the 3MT in Perth later this month. Kelly Grisdale will represent Bond and HSM. Christian however will be unable to attend.

Christian presented a talk about his research into the inner lining of the bladder. He discussed how current therapeutics and treatments are unsatisfactory, and how his research is attempting to unveil the underlying mechanisms which may be present in some bladder disorders, and which systems can be targeted for novel treatments in the future.

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