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3 Minute Thesis Competition presentations and other content generated by students or postdocs, such as samples of portfolios or reels.

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

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?"

3-Minute Thesis Competition (2017) 2nd Place Winner Levi Smith, "A Novel Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease: 130 Million Lives on the Line"

Levi Smith (Cell Biology) won 2nd Place for this presentation, "A Novel Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease: 130 Million Lives on the Line".

3-Minute Thesis Competition (2017) 3rd Place Winner Yangqi Yu, "Bacterial Attachment: A Simple Physics Law"

3-Minute Thesis Competition (2017) 3rd Place Winner Yangqi Gu (PhD candidate, Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology) presents "Bacterial Attachment: A Simple Physics Law".
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3-Minute Thesis Competition (2018) 1st Place Winner Beza Getachew, "Self-Healing Water Filtration Membranes: From Concept to Proof"

On April 20, 2018, eleven finalists competed in Yale's second 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less! Watch 1st Place Winner Beza Getachew as she presents "Self-Healing Water Filtration Membranes: From Concept to Proof".
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3-Minute Thesis Competition (2018) 2nd Place Winner Lydia Hoffstaetter, "What hibernators can teach us about keeping it cool

On April 20, 2018, eleven finalists competed in Yale's second 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less! Watch 2nd Place Winner Lydia Hoffstaetter as she presents "What hibernators can teach us about keeping it cool".
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3-Minute Thesis Competition (2018) 3rd Place Winner Dolly Goldenberg, "Hearing with our skin: multisensory integration in speech perception"

On April 20, 2018, eleven finalists competed in Yale's second 3-Minute Thesis Competition, which challenged graduate students and postdocs to clearly and engagingly present their research to a diverse panel of judges - in 3 minutes or less! Watch 3rd Place Winner Dolly Goldenberg as she presents "Hearing with our skin: multisensory integration in speech perception".