Health Sciences students shine in Three-Minute Thesis Competition

Graduate students from the Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) claimed two of the top three spots in Western's Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, including Kinesiology PhD candidate Yoah Sui, who took home first-place honours.

Kinesiology master's candidate Anisa Morava finished third out of 20 competitors representing programs from all academic areas of campus. In all, five FHS students competed and each did an outstanding job of communicating the impact of their research. See below for a complete list of FHS competitors and videos of their presentations.

Yoah Sui (Kinesiology) - First Place

Sofa, so good? Maybe not.

Anisa Morava (Kinesiology) - Third Place

Can you go without it?

Maryam Ghodrati (Health and Rehabilitation Sciences)

Nature, nurture, or both?

Amanda Houston (Nursing)

The relationship between decision-making capacity and triage acuity.

Allyson Oliphant (Health and Rehabilitation Sciences)

Assisted Death: Saving the Heart of Medicine