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HDR Webinar | Completing and Submitting Your Thesis

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Are you ready to complete your thesis but unsure about the final steps?

Join our webinar designed to guide you through the crucial process of finishing and submitting your thesis with confidence.

Dr Emma Foster is an early career academic-neurologist at The Alfred Hospital, where she also completed her PhD in May 2021. Her research program focuses on epilepsy and headache medicine, and she is developing skills in health economics and outcomes research.

She is the inaugural recipient of the Monash Partners STAR Clinician Fellowship and has 50 career publications, including in The Lancet Neurology (2024) and JAMA Neurology (2024).

In this seminar, Emma will walk you through the Monash requirements for submitting your thesis and share her experiences writing a thesis, primarily by publications. She will also guide you on planning your next steps after submission. Definitely not one to miss for students wrapping up their research degree!

Keen to join us? Register below to let us know!

 

Time: 1:00pm to 2:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

Date: Monday, 1 July 2024

Zoom Link: https://monash.zoom.us/j/85697862280?pwd=BVpyb7Pd8K4Iabmbb7AcQbsbJCUcmr.1

Meeting ID: 856 9786 2280

Password: 859267

Mon 01 Jul

$0.00 (Student)

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