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Lauren Jevons - Three Minute Thesis Winner

Published: 
19 May 2017
Lauren Jevons
Lauren Jevons

Lauren Jevons, second year PhD student in Human Development and Health, is the winner of the University Three-Minute Thesis Grand Final (17th May 2017) and will represent the University of Southampton at the Vitae Three Minute Thesis competition 2017.

Lauren was the grand finalist from the Faculty of Medicine and competed with seven grand finalists (one per faculty) to explain her PhD research in just three minutes, using one PowerPoint slide and no additional props or electronic media. Lauren's PhD research harnesses a multidisciplinary tissue engineering strategy encompassing acoustofluidics to generate cartilage from human embryonic stem cells. Lauren is supervised by Dr Rahul Tare, Dr Franchesca Houghton, Prof. Martyn Hill and Dr Peter Glynne-Jones, and the research is funded by the Institute for Life Sciences (IfLS), Faculty of Medicine Doctoral Training Award and the Rosetrees Trust.

Congratulations Lauren!

 

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“Interdisciplinary research facilitates the crucial integration of complementary scientific fields to encourage innovative new research with the potential to make a significant difference to medical science.”

Lauren Jevons - PhD Human Development and Health, first year

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