On March 23, the atmosphere was warm in the Toga amphitheatre of the Faculty of Medicine, which received the regional final of My Thesis in 180 seconds. 11 AMU candidates were competing for the national semi-final.

The lucky AMU Laureate Camylla Lima de Medeiros wins the 1st prize with “Marguerite Duras – Alejandra Pizarnik and Clarice Lispector: three languages for exile writing”.

The second prize was awarded to Emilie Dînh (AMU) from Lydia Kerkerian-Le Goff’s team (Cellular interactions, neurodegeneration and neuroplasticity)  at IBDM with her demonstration on “Study of the involvement of the stress protein TP53inp1 in the degeneration of dopaminergic neurons of the black substance during normal aging and in Parkinson’s disease”.

Click here to see the interview of the 3 winners !