Previous 3MT® finals
The 2017 La Trobe 3MT championship was won by Law PhD candidate Perl Guarneros-Sanchez, and the runner-up was Natasha Brockwell (LIMS) The peoples’ choice award went to Vaheesan Rajabal (Life Sciences).
The 2017 finalists from each College were:
- Perla Guarneros Sanchez (Law), We all have human rights
- Sidrah McCarthy (Humanities and Social Sciences), Culture today in Aboriginal Victoria
- Hadeel Amdelhameed (Humanities and Social Sciences), Rescue the Iraqi Culture
- Natasha Brockwell (Molecular Sciences), Changing the game on cancer
- Vaheesan Rajabal (Life Sciences), Unravelling the secrets of superbugs
- Mariah Alorro (Cancer Medicine), Is STAT3 the key to killing gastric cancer?
3MT® has concluded at La Trobe for 2016. The 2016 La Trobe Champion is Sangeeta Rathi . First runner-up is Perla Guarneros, with a second runner-up prize for Lisa Furlong. Our People's Choice Winners are Rachel Loney-Howes and Ingrid Wilson.
- Winner: Sangeeta Rathi, Can you fix my shoulder
- First runner-up: Perla Guarneros, Protecting the Human Rights of Migrants in Mexico.
- Second runner-up: Lisa Furlong, Towards the development of a Virtual Speech Pathologist.
- People's choice: Rachel Loney-Howes, Being seen, being heard, being believed and Ingrid Wilson, Women’s experience of alcohol-related intimate partner violence: a qualitative study.
Our guest MC, Dr Shane Huntington (Host, 3RRR’s Einstein-A-Go-Go) attended on 7 September at Melbourne Campus to cheer on our eight finalists as they vied for the title of La Trobe 3MT Champion 2016. The winner received a $5000 research support grant, and the right to represent La Trobe at the Asia-Pacific Final.
3MT finals fill lecture theatres around the country. During Research Week, we supported our graduate researchers as a La Trobe community that values the contribution they make to the University's research efforts.
The 3MT Championship is one of the premier events on the La Trobe research calendar. It’s a fun, fast-paced event that asks PhD candidates to describe their research to a non-specialist audience in under three minutes.
- Rachel Loney-Howes - Being seen, being heard, being believed.
- Mijke Mulder - A descriptive grammar of Muklom Tangsa.
- Hannah MacDougall - A core strength training program for the brain: A well-being and performance enhancement program for Para sport athletes.
- Perla Guarneros - Protecting the Human Rights of Migrants in Mexico.
- Sangeeta Rathi - Can you fix my shoulder?
- Lisa Furlong - Towards the development of a Virtual Speech Pathologist.
- Katie Buckley - Voice of the Game: Everyone’s game.
- Ingrid Wilson - Women’s experience of alcohol-related intimate partner violence: a qualitative study.
La Trobe Championship judges
- Professor Jane Long, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor
- Mr Misha Ketchell, Managing Editor of The Conversation
- Dr Clare Wright, Stella and Alice Literary Prize-winning author of The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka and
- Dr Frank Udovicic, Research Manager, Royal Botanical Gardens