USC Research showcase: Keynote presentation, 3 Minute Thesis Competition and Minute to Win It

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USC Research showcase: Keynote presentation, 3 Minute Thesis Competition and Minute to Win It

Keynote Presentation
Professor Jenny Martin, Director, Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery, Griffith University providing a keynote presentation "Building a successful career in research science".
Prof Jennifer Martin is an internationally renowned protein crystallographer and structural biologist. She has made seminal discoveries in bacterial redox biochemistry, including revealing how the DsbA enzyme assembles bacterial ‘weapons’, and has validated DsbA as a target for novel antibacterials that are now being developed. Through her role as a founding member of the Science and Gender Equity (SAGE) Steering Committee, Prof Martin helped implement the Athena SWAN pilot to address gender equity in science. Prof Martin is a strong public advocate for science with an inspirational and highly effective science communication record.

Three Minute Thesis Competition
Please come along and support our Higher Degree Research Student finalists in The Annual Three Minute Thesis competition. These students have competed in the Faculty rounds and will battle it out with support from the USC community. A winner and runner-up are selected, with the winner going on to represent USC in the Asia-Pacific 3MT competition.

Minute to Win It
If you would like to earn $1,000 in one minute, then this competition is for you. “My Research in 60 Seconds” will give you the chance to present our ideas to colleagues in an informal and fun way. You can register to compete in this exciting event via the following link - Registration

Program

Tuesday 17 July Keynote Presentation
9–10am

Networking and Morning Tea
10–10.30am

Three Minute Thesis Competition
10.30–11.15am

Minute to Win It Competition
11.15–11.45am

Register here to attend.

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