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The Virtual Research Day event is where students join and present a 10-minute presentation on a topic of their research or interest. 

Each student will be given a 15-minute slot(10-minute presentation + 5-minute Q&A).

On the day, there will be 2 sessions as follows:

Session 1 (12:30pm-2:00pm)

12:30 → Cracks in aggressive environments: when and how will a turbine lose its protection?

Eleonore Poli, PhD Student in Materials and Metallurgy

12:55 → The Lived Experiences of Incarcerated Pregnant Women and Mothers of Babies: A Comparative Study of Mother and Baby Units (MBUs) in England and Wales and Thailand

Preeya Jumnongbut, MPhil Student in Criminology

13:20 → Why bring gender into energy policy?

Rihab Khalid, Postdoc in Architecture

13:40 → Is PI3K the missing checkpoint kinase underpinning resistance in Malaria?

Monique Johnson, PhD Student in Pathology

Session 2 (6:00pm-7:30pm)

18:00 → Describing the "audition" in the French National Police: a Pilot Study

Célestine Robert, MPhil Student in Criminological Research

18:25 → What does a computational biologist talk about when she talks about solid organ transplantation

Sampurna Mukherjee, PhD Student in Computational Biology

18:50 → Chronic activation of the HIF-1 pathway confers susceptibility to mycobacterial infection

Lauren Lee, PhD Student in Medicine

19:10 → The role of water in protein misfolding

Amberley Stephens, Postdoc in Molecular Neuroscience

Please register to receive Zoom joining instructions for this event.




For queries please contact Alyssa or Joey (SU grad reps) 

Virtual Research Day Poster