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.