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Entries this year are open to doctoral candidates undertaking research. Doctoral candidates must have successfully passed their confirmation milestones. Doctoral candidates whose thesis is under examination are eligible to compete; graduates are not eligible. Finalists will be required to agree to media exposure for their presentation and research as the finals will be filmed.
The Massey University PhD final winner will participate in the 2017 Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition taking place on 29th September in Brisbane, Australia. He or she will receive one-on-one training with Massey University's top public speaking experts. For more information please visit the following webpage.
PhD breast cancer researcher Sherina Holland won the Massey 3MT finals for 2017, held at the Speirs Centre, with her research on the “cross-talk” between breast cancer cells and immune cells that could lead to new understandings of and targeted treatment for the disease. She will go on to complete in the 2017 Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition taking place on 29th September in Brisbane, Australia. We wish her all the best!
Veterinary researcher, Mark Roberts beat 10 other finalists to win the PhD finals of the 2016 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition with his research on dog protein requirements. Mark Roberts took home the $5000 first prize.
Veterinary scientist Haley Hunt's PhD thesis investigating the link between poisoned plant-eating pigs and a mystery canine disorder won the Massey University Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) PhD finals held at the Manawatū campus.
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Last updated on Wednesday 23 August 2017