International winner, Visualise Your Thesis Competition 2022

Congratulations to Drew Min Su Cylinder, First Place and 2022 Trending Award Winner of the International Visualise Your Thesis TM (VYT) competition for 2022 announced at the eResearch Australasia Conference on Wednesday 19 October 2022. 

Drew won the Trending on VYT 2022 award with his video being viewed 4593 times over the Trending period between 12 and 19 October. As at 20 October 22, the video had been viewed over six thousand times with 38 downloads and an altmetric score of 50. Drew will enjoy a 12-month Gold membership to the Research Impact Academy

Watch the 2022 Visualise Your Thesis International Awards (Vimeo, 11m20s), organised by the University of Melbourne, for the 2022 competition winners and the judges’ comments. 

About Drew 

Drew is a final year PhD student with the Queensland Brain Institute at The University of Queensland. Drew’s winning entry was about better understanding general anaesthesia for fewer side effects and better patient outcomes. 

Watch Neural Correlates of Behavioural Changes During Propofol General Anaesthesia in Caenorhabditis Elegans (Figshare, 1m8s)

To enter the international competition, Drew won the inaugural local competition round at The University of Queensland in August 2022. 

Drew Min Su Cylinder and Kathleen Smeaton.
Drew with Kathleen Smeaton, the UQ Library's Director of Collections and Digital Services, receiving his prize for winning the local UQ Visualise Your Thesis competition in August 2022.

About the competition

The Visualise Your Thesis TM competition, developed by The University of Melbourne, offers Higher Degree by Research students the chance to showcase their research and develop communication skills to communicate research to a general audience. 

Visit the Visualise Your Thesis competition page, at the University of Melbourne, to find the other winners of the 2022 competition and for more information.

Last updated:
21 October 2022