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Invitation

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Dear Graduate Associate Deans, Coordinators, and Staff:

The Graduate School invites you to attend the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) final round tomorrow, Thursday, November 8, 2018, at 2 p.m. in the Reitz Union Chamber Room on campus.

The event will last around an hour, and refreshments will be served before the award announcements.

Around 50 students competed in the preliminary rounds, and ten were chosen to move forward as finalists:

Juliette Experton

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Gold Microtube Membranes Applications in Batteries and Biology

Charles Hobson

College of Public Health and Health Professions

Using Electronic Phenotyping to Improve Claims-based Episode of Care Analysis

Sreeja Chowdhury

College of Engineering

Solutions for Supply Chain Security in Unexplored Technologies

Kelly DeMars

College of Medicine

Blocking BET Proteins is Neuroprotective in Stroke

Qin Yu

College of Medicine

The role of intestinal microbiota in pancreatic cancer progression

Kelsey Lewis

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

The effects of endocrine disruption on external genital development

Joseph Flores-Toro

College of Medicine

Targeting CCR2-expressing myeloid cells to overcome immune checkpoint inhibitor resistance in glioma

Kaitlyn Sarlo Davila

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Breeding Climate Smart Beef Cattle

Mathew Sebastian

College of Medicine

Direct Cancer Cell to Antigen-Presenting Cell Conversion: A Novel Immunotherapy for Glioblastoma

Abdullah Alalwan

College of Pharmacy

Assessment of the use of warfarin in bariatric surgery population

Alternate 1

Shirin Ghatrehsamani

College of Engineering

Simulation of heat and canopy of disease-infected tree inside mobile heat treatment canopy cover; HLB infected citrus tree in Florida as case study

Alternate 2

Tautvydas Shuipys

College of Medicine

Random Acts of Peptides — Identifying Novel Plant Growth Regulators

Even if you can’t make the event, we hope you’ll take a moment to congratulate any of the finalists you know.

To learn more about 3MT online, click on this link: UF Three Minute Thesis (3MT).

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!