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We're excited to announce Mater Researcher, Rosie Stoke, has won The University of Queensland’s 2021 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition.
The Faculty of Medicine student won the judges’ favour via video submission, speaking on foetal development in her presentation “”.
Rosie presented her research on foetal development in her presentation Blowing Balloons for Small Babies, studying the causes of “small” baby births and the health risks these small babies have throughout their lives, in an effort to eventually prevent and lessen those risks.
As the winner of the UQ 3MT Final, Rosie walked away with $5 000 in prize money.
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