NHLI THESIS PRIZE

It was also good to get to questions on my research. In addition, I judged posters – I found it very useful doing this with an experienced academic, to see how they developed their questions etc. And of course the wine reception at the end of the day! One of the Clinical Research Fellows who presented on the day, Dr Claire McBrien, also had positive feedback about the day, “Presenting a poster at the PGR day was very similar to the experience you would expect at an international conference. The day often is quite packed. Students See more tags.

Thanks go to the NHLI education team for putting on such a fantastic event, with Tony Umelo bringing everything together to ensure a smooth day for all. Attending supervisors and lab members are able to critique and advise the PG students to help them for future presentations in their careers. It was also good to get to questions on my research. The usual things – hearing about other research, presenting, answering questions. The studentship will be funded for 3 years with a tax free bursary. It is a good source of informal mentoring.

So this means that unfortunately some talks which students may find interesting pprize be missed due to clashes. It is a good source of informal mentoring.

But overall I think it works very well. Thanks to all research and academic staff whose input and participation on thrsis day is invaluable to its success. Following the successful event we asked a couple of attending students to give us their thoughts on the day itself. Despite it initially being a bit nerve wrecking it turned out to be quite fun in the end. Applications are invited from candidates with a Master’s degree Merit and above in Biomedical Sciences or a related discipline, for a three year PhD NHLI funded studentship to investigate the mechanisms underlying the inception of childhood asthma.

In addition, I judged posters – I found it very useful doing this with an experienced academic, to see how they developed their questions etc. One of the Clinical Research Fellows who presented on the day, Dr Claire McBrien, also had positive feedback about the day, “Presenting a poster at the PGR day was very similar to the experience you would expect at an international conference.

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I enjoyed the informal aspect too – it is not always often you can meet with senior academics from different departments to chat. Congratulations to all of those who took part, and thank you to those who joined us and contributed towards the day making it such a success.

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I particularly enjoyed the respiratory talks, such as learning about the use of novel imaging techniques or treatments, as it is my area of research”. This year tjesis added a short information session at the end to remind students of key milestones, dates and requirements in their second and third years and thesis preparation and submission, and give them a few useful tips”.

I presented, which was useful practice thseis preparation and keeping things thesiw. Respiratory Triggers and Sensory Irritation: Further funding opportunities are launched throughout the year – check these pages regularly for updates Award Duration Further information Deadline Respiratory Triggers and Sensory Irritation: Starting within your institute is the perfect opportunity for friendly feedback and suggestions on techniques and ways to improve.

I found this quite interesting as it not only gave me an idea of what was expected but also showed me the diverse nature of the work being undertaken within the NHLI.

It gave me to the opportunity to also meet people who Rhesis may have communicated with via email on certain projects and also have a friendly face to face discussion about our science.

Faculty of Medicine Master’s Scholarships. The day often is quite packed.

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It was my first time presenting my work to such thesix large and diverse audience of not only senior academics but also my peers. The added bonus was that, as the audience consisted of Imperial College London staff and students, they were particularly well-informed and often had personal experience of the kinds of research question, techniques and even specific laboratories that the presenters were discussing”.

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I found socialising with senior academics very helpful pub afterwards and tea breaks. Attending supervisors and lab members are able to critique and advise the PG students to help them for future hhesis in their careers. Our postgraduate students were invited to present their research through talks and posters, allowing all NHLI PhD and MD Res students to showcase their work to fellow students and staff in the department. Further funding opportunities are launched throughout the year – check these pages regularly for updates.

The day is an excellent opportunity for students to network with peers and present their work as well as experience rpize format and requirements of a scientific meeting.

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ResearchStudents See more tags. We specialise in heart and lung disease research – however your projects can include bioengineering, cell biology, chemistry, epidemiology, genetics, immunology, molecular biology, pharmacology, physics, physiology and public health.

Bringing researchers together at NHLI PGR Day

Hostile takeover factors of Pseudomonas. Listening to the oral presentations was a highlight. I also had the opportunity to judge both posters and presentations. Thanks go to the NHLI education team for putting on such a fantastic event, with Tony Umelo bringing everything together to ensure a smooth day for all.

This year tehsis event saw 43 students deliver poster presentations, while 25 students gave oral presentations simultaneously.

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