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3-Minute Thesis Competition (2017) 1st Place Winner Lindsey Stavola, "Revealing Polycystin’s Function to Prevent Cyst Growth in the Kidneys"

Yale's first 3-Minute Thesis Competition, held in April 2017, challenged graduate students and postdocs to present their research to a broad audience in 3 minutes or less using only 1 slide.  Watch 1st Place Winner Lindsey Stavola (PhD candidate, Cellular and Molecular Physiology) as she presents "Revealing Polycystin’s Function to Prevent Cyst Growth in the Kidneys".  Read more about the competition in this article.

3-Minute Thesis Competition (2017) First Place Winner Lindsey Stavola (PhD candidate, Cellular and Molecular Physiology) presents "Revealing Polycystin’s Function to Prevent Cyst Growth in the Kidneys?"
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Lindsey Stavola (Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology)
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Thursday, April 13, 2017
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