Alfie Wearn to present at 3MT national final
21 August 2017
Bristol Medical School PhD student Alfie Wearn has been chosen as one of six UK finalists for the national Vitae Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, in which participants are given just 180 seconds to present a comprehensive summary of their research before an audience of academics and fellow students.
Having come out on top in the University of Bristol 3MT final in May, Alfie will now present at the Vitae Researcher Development International conference in Birmingham on Monday, 11 September.
His talk is entitled: Helping to detect Alzheimer's disease by creating 'sticky' memories
Alfie is currently in his second year of studying towards a PhD in neural dynamics, and works on several ongoing CRICBristol research projects, including 'Hippocampal subfield imaging and longer-term memory consolidation'.