Three Minute Talk (3MT)
Date and Time
On Thursday afternoon, come along and enjoy some snacks, and some brain food: 8 of our grad students summing up what they do in bite-size appetizers.
We'll follow a relaxed version of the 3MT format (my student Andrea shows the strict version here: bang on 3 minutes, one slide, and no questions: https://www.facebook.com/uofgGradStudies/videos/1732926576730800/);
in our version this week, straying a bit over 3 mins. is fine, more than one slide is fine, it's not a competition, and most importantly, there will be time for questions from you the audience. But the students will be meeting the most important aim of the 3MT - summing up their science in a way that all of us can 'get' (think very short TED talk!).
So if you're curious about the projects underway in An Biosci, or want to know what ANSC*6600/6620 has in store for you next semester, come along - all welcome!
Michelle Lavery - Investigating the welfare, cognitive, and neurological effects of rearing zebrafish in enriched environments
Michaela Lievre – The effects of dietary protein and methionine in late-pregnancy beef cattle on colostrum quality and immune transfer
JennMacNicol - Modelling the equine gastro-intestinal tract in the lab
Claire Mindus - The influence of bacteria on feather pecking in laying hens under stress
Bo (Eddie) Pan - How to make a baby from skin
Mariana Roedell - Understanding the effects of maternal stress in chickens
Murilo Romulo Carvalho - Recovering the athletes: the long-term impact of postpartum diseases in dairy cows
Misha Ross - Effects of rewards and enrichments on resilience in laying hens