3MT Eastern Regional Winner: Kashif Khan

Congratulations to Kashif Khan on winning both 1st Place & the People's Choice Award at the 3MT Eastern Regional!

McGill's 3MT Second Place Winner

Necola Guerrina from the Department of Pathology presents on The Missing Piece in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) 

McGill's 3MT Third Place Winner

Nicholas Zelt from Microbiology and Immunology on How to Cure a Neglected Tropical Disease 

Gagnant de MT180 à McGill

Olivier Sulpis de sciences de la terre et des planets sur la Cinétique de dissolution des carbonates de calcium à l’interface eau-­‐sédiment dans un océan acide

McGill's 3MT People's Choice Award Winner

Laura‐Joy Boulos de la programme intégré en neuroscience sur les récepteurs mu aux opioïdes dans l’habénula

3MT / MT180

“ The 3MT helps you learn how to share your research to large diverse crowds of people in the most digestible way possible. This is likely one of the best skills you will ever learn!”

About 3MT/MT180

The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a global competition, founded by the University of Queensland in 2008, that cultivates graduate students' academic, presentation and research communication skills. Graduate students have 3 minutes to present a compelling presentation of the impact of their thesis to a non-specialist audience, using one static slide. 3MT competitions are now held in over 350 universities in 59 countries around the world.

Le MT180 s'inspire de 3MT, et a été repris en 2012 au Québec par l'Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas) qui a souhaité étendre le projet à l’ensemble des pays francophones.

McGill’s 3MT/ MT180 is the flagship communications event for SKILLSETS, organized and run in collaboration with Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, and with support from Campus Life and Engagement.

McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. McGill honours, recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.