Annual PhD’s symposium showcases exceptional range of research
16 May 2017
Our annual PhD Research Symposium, organised by the ECPgR Committee, was held on 11 May 2017 and showcased the outstanding and diverse research currently being undertaken by our PG research students.
The remarkable range of presentations included ambitious work on spinal cord repair, research into Parkinson's Disease, the preservation and conservation of rare artwork plus investigations into poor oral health and elite athletes.
The one-day event also provided an excellent opportunity to network with fellow student and staff researchers from across UCL.
Congratulations to all contributors and a big thank you to the judges and Professor David Bogle, Pro-Vice-Provost of the UCL Doctoral School, for presenting the prizes:
|Best poster (Judging Panel):||Melissa Rayner|
|People’s Choice Prize:||Mai Alhamdan|
3MT (three minutes thesis) - 3 minutes / 1 slide:
|Second prize:||Alexandra Bridarolli & Titinun Suannun|
|First prize:||Catryn Williams|
5 minute research presentations - 5 minutes / 3 slides:
|Second prize:||Mariann Angola Rojas & Mathena Vinayaga-Pavan|
|First prize:||Mehmet Davrandi & Kununya Pimolbutr|
Pictured above: Professor Bogle with Postgraduate Research students and staff of the Institute