Three Minute Science

October 21, 2020
4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
virtual event

Have you been missing the UCSF Graduate Division's popular Slam competitions this year? If so, we have an online event that might hit the spot!

As part of this year's virtual Bay Area Science Festival, join Graduate Dean Elizabeth Watkins as six UCSF students each present their research in three minutes or less in language accessible to a general audience. Be educated and entertained by engaging talks on a variety of science topics.

The presenters were all selected as finalists for Grad Slam in March 2020, before that event was cancelled due to COVID-19. We can't exactly replicate the excitement of our live events, but this is our finalists' chance to shine, and your chance to vote for the audience favorite, who will receive a $500 prize.

Following the talks, there will also be a brief Q&A period.

Join the Zoom webinar!

This virtual event is open to the public and is hosted by the UCSF Graduate Division in partnership with the Bay Area Science Festival.

The presenters are:

Abrar Choudhury - Finding a Better Option
Biomedical Sciences / MSTP program

Julia Cluceru - Classify the MRI with AI
Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacogenomics program

Rose Larios - All You Need is Vole
Neuroscience program

Megan Lo, PhD - Video Game Development
Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacogenomics program

Jonathan Schor, PhD - Let There Be Light!
Neuroscience / MSTP program

Anthony Venida - The Picky Eater
Biomedical Sciences program

To request an accommodation for this event, please contact Erik Rotman at [email protected] or 415/514-4858 by Monday, October 19.