James Blackwell wins NUI Galway's Threesis Grand Final

James Blackwell presenting at the NUI Galway Threesis competition final on "Finding Brain Tumours using Ultrasound"
Nov 30 2018 Posted: 12:19 GMT

Congratulatios to James Blackwell, School of Physics and Medical Physics Research Cluster, who won the NUI Galway Threesis Grand Final last night (29th November) against very strong competition - a full list of competitiors can be found at the NUI Galway Research twitter feed.

The Threesis competition is a fast-paced event featuring a series of three minute talks by researchers sharing the story of their research using just three presentation slides in front of three judges. It is open to all research students and postdoctoral researchers at NUI Galway. The title of James Blackwell's presentation was "Finding Brain Tumours using Ultrasound". Well done James on communicating the story of your research topic clearly and concisely (and with good humour!) at this public event.

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