Student Symposium 2022

Student Symposium 2020
November 15-16 

Online event

The Student Symposium (previously known as Research Week) showcases the diverse range of clinical and translational research undertaken by research students at the Women's.  

A virtual Research Poster Gallery will be on display in the lead up to the Symposium.

The top 22 submissions will be selected and presented in online events during November 2022.

The online symposium will comprise of short presentations (3 minutes) followed by 2 minutes of questions. Presentation style is similar to a 3-minute thesis (3MT).

Submissions contact:

Dr Megan Cock
researchweek@thewomens.org.au

Awards

The Women’s Hospital student symposium awards

⭐    Best undergraduate student poster and oral presentation ($500) 

⭐    Best postgraduate student poster and oral presentation ($500)

⭐    Best designed poster ($300)

⭐    People’s choice (includes posters not selected for oral presentations ($300)

Program

Virtual Research Poster Gallery

  • 1-16 November 2022

Student Symposium

  • Tuesday 15 November 2022, 4-5pm
  • Wednesday 16 November 2022, 4-5pm

The online symposium will comprise of short presentations (3 minutes) followed by 2 minutes of questions. Presentation style is similar to a 3-minute thesis (3MT)

Call for student research posters

Submissions are open to all students whose project is based at the Women’s.

Poster Presentations

1. Submit your poster titles by Friday 14 October 2022.

2. Submit your poster titles by Friday 14 October 2022.

All posters will be displayed in an online gallery prior to the symposium.

Oral presentations

Oral presentations

The top 22 research posters will be selected for oral presentation. Students will be informed of selection by Monday 31 October 2022.

The oral presentation format is similar to the 3 minute thesis presentation.

Presentation guidelines:

  • 3 minutes presentation
    Please rehearse your presentation, and ensure it is not longer than 3 minutes. 
  • 1 slide (only)
    Each participant will present their topic using a single, static PowerPoint slide (no slide transitions, animations or 'movement' of any description) from the beginning of the oration to the end. Please email your slide by Friday 11 November 2022.
  • 2 minutes of questions

To find out how others have presented in this 3 minute format, see the University of Melbourne's Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®). 


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