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Visualise Your Thesis

University of Sydney Visualise Your Thesis entries, 2018

Visualise Your Thesis challenges students to present their research in a 60 second video. The Visualise Your Thesis competition was started at The University of Melbourne in 2016 and was held for the first time at The University of Sydney in 2018. Voting closed 11:59pm Thursday 2 Aug 2018.


(Winner) Fluorescent Arrays for Phosphate Sensing.
Presented by Genevieve Sergeant
PhD (Year 1). School of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, The University of Sydney.


(Runner up) Flexible dieting in young people.
Presented by Hiba Jebeile
PhD (Year 2). Discipline of Child and Adolescents Health, Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney.


(Viewer's choice) The development of quality indicators for home pharmaceutical care.
Presented by Kenji Fujita
PhD (Year 3). School of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney.


Detecting Changes in a Group of Stocks over time.
Presented by Edward Toth
PhD (Final year). School of Information Technology, The University of Sydney.


Ireland, England, and Europe: Stanford’s Organ Music.
Presented by Robert James Stove
PhD (musicology) (Year 1). Sydney Conservatorium of Music, The University of Sydney.


Decentralized Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading.
Presented by Jaysson Esteban Guerrero Orbe
PhD (Year 2). School of Electrical and Information Engineering, The University of Sydney.


How can Patients Teach Doctors?: A research project in post-disaster areas in Aceh, Indonesia.
Presented by Rosaria Indah, MD
PhD student (Final year). Sydney School of Education and Social Work, Faculty Arts and Social Sciences, The University of Sydney.


How to stop cataracts.
Presented by Shannon Das
PhD (Final year). Department of Anatomy and Histology, Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney.


From a linear to a circular economy: Reshaping Human Settlements for Zero Waste.
Presented by Steven Liaros
PhD (Year 3). Department of Political Economy.


Ultrasound findings of adhesive capsulitis/frozen shoulder: how specific is the thickening of inferior glenohumeral capsule in the diagnosis?
Presented by Sumi Shrestha Taylor
PhD (Year 2). Medical Radiation Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney.


Can countries improve working conditions through international trade agreements?
Presented by Rachel Ranjan
Doctor of Juridical Studies (Final year). Sydney Law School, The University of Sydney.


A novel drug to treat blood cancer studied in a novel system designed to grow patients cells IN LAB.
Presented by Narjis Fatima
PhD (Year 1). Department of Molecular Biosciences, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, The University of Sydney; Department of Haematology, Kolling Research Institute, The University of Sydney.


Text message program to support women’s health after breast cancer treatments (EMPOWER-SMS).
Presented by Anna Singleton
PhD (Year 1). Department of Medicine and Health, Westmead Clinical School, Westmead Applied Research Centre.


Investigating the use of social media to improve calcium intake of young adults.
Presented by Anika Rouf
PhD (Final year). Discipline of Nutrition & Dietetics, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, The University of Sydney.


Biomedical Applications - Fish: Good in a Weird Way.
Presented by Larushka Holister
Masters of Philosophy (Final year). School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, The University of Sydney.


Can the design of office workspaces ‘nudge’ people to move more at work?
Presented by Brett Pollard
PhD (Year 2). Prevention Research Collaboration, Sydney School of Public Health, The University of Sydney.