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This undergraduate research competition is an opportunity to showcase your work to other scientists, researchers, and professionals attending the Research Symposium. The top three (3) winning teams receive monetary prizes. Presentations will be relevant to the brain tumour research community. This competition provides students an opportunity to create a research proposal, practice presentation skills and receive constructive feedback from a panel that includes physicians and researchers. This competition allows students time to network and create awareness while engaging the brain tumour community in brain tumour research.
Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s Research Committee has created a standardized clinical case study relevant to brain tumours. A letter of intent to participate is due no later than Friday August 26, 2022 at 4:30pm (EST). No exceptions.
Those participating will be asked to work in groups ranging from 2-4 group members. Grant proposals will be assessed via a two-step mechanism by the judging committee.
The competition was open to teams of 2-4 students, whose proposals were assessed via a two-step mechanism by the judging committee. This competition provides students an opportunity to create a research proposal, practice presentation skills and receive constructive feedback from a panel that will include physicians and researchers.
The winning team of this year’s competition is Leonaes Brahel Tatchinda, Sabrina Provencher and Yustine Carruyo of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.
Their presentation, “Our Wishes- Palliative Care Tool to help Patients and their Relatives Quality of Life Before and After Passing”, earned them first place and $1,000.
The team of Cheshta Gupta and Medha Krishnan from Western University in London, Ontario came in second place.
Their research presentation, “The Use of Mannose-Coated POPC Liposomes in the Delivery of Bevacizumab to Combat Angiogenesis in Secondary Brain Tumours”, earned them second prize and $750.
The team of Benjamin Brakel, Daniel Mobilio and Iqra Chaudhry from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario came in third place.
Their research presentation, “Identification of potential drivers of Lung-to brain metastase”, earned them third prize and $500.
To speak to someone about the Student Research Award or if you’re interested in learning more about the Student Research Competition please contact:
Research Program Specialist
1-800-265-5106 ext. 240