Alison Aries to compete in Keele Three Minute Thesis Grand Final
Pictured: Alison Aries (middle),Professor Nicholas Forsyth, Institute Director- ISTand Dr Clare Hoskins, Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutics
After winning unanimously, both the judges prize and the people's (audience) prize for her three minute thesis presentation at the ISTM PGR conference Alison Aries, SAHP Lecturer (who has recently completed an NIHR Clinical Doctoral Fellowship) is through to the Keele Three Minute Thesis Grand Final on Monday 18th June at the Bob Beattie Postgraduate Student of the Year Awards Evening. Alison presented “Sensory stimulation of the foot and ankle early post-stroke: a feasibility study (MoTaStim-Foot)”
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition challenges entrants to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic to entertain and inform an academic, but non-specialist audience.
The overall Keele winner will go forward to the VITAE National competition where the finalist from each institution will take part in the Vitae hosted virtual semi-final. From here six finalists will then be selected to perform live at the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference during the gala dinner in Birmingham on the 17th September 2018.
We wish Alison the very best of luck!