Tell us about your research in 180 seconds

The “Tell your research in 180 seconds” contest allows 10 selected participants to present their research project in 180 seconds, with only one slide to support them in this challenge.

Following a preparation session, the participants presented their project on the EFFERVESCENCE pitch stage in front of an audience of entrepreneurs, researchers, and other members of the life sciences sector!

We would like to thank Thomas Milan, science popularizer, creator of Sciences à la carte on Twitch, and communications advisor at IRIC, for moderating this session!


Discover the 10 finalists of the “Tell your research in 180 seconds” contest at EFFERVESCENCE 2022!

Chloé Apcher
Doctorate in molecular biology at Université de Montréal

Eva Senechal
Master in Experimental Medicine Medicine and Health Sciences at McGill University

Gabriel Blanco
Master in Neuroscience Medicine at McGill University

Jade Latraverse-Arquilla
Bachelor in Medicine Pharmacology and Physiology at Université de Montréal

Jenna Cleyle
Master in Molecular Biology – Medicine at Université de Montréal

Katie Ember
Post-doctorate in Engineering Physics at Polytechnique Montreal and the CRCHUM

Mélanie Le Berre
Doctorate in School of Rehabilitation at Université de Montréal

Namasthée Harris-Gauthier
Master in Neuroscience Medicine and Health Sciences at McGill University

Rebecca Cusseddu
Doctorate in Medecine at Université de Montréal

Zachary Grimard
Bachelor in Pharmacology & Therapeutics at McGill University

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