Congrats to Dominique Louer, SCSD PhD candidate, who has been selected for the 2024 McGill 3MT | MT180 Competition Final!

Published: 25 March 2024

After weeks of competition and feedback, 15 finalists are ready! Who can best present their leading-edge research to a live audience in just 3 minutes and a single slide? Come to the final and cheer on Dominique!!!

Please join us on Wednesday, April 3rd, from 3-5pm at the Faculty Club (or online) for this exciting event where you’ll have the chance to cheer on some of McGill’s brightest minds and vote for the People’s Choice Award. Judges will award 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners. 3MT/MT180 Presentations will be given in English or French.

For more information about the final competition and to register to attend visit:

Dominique is a fourth-year PhD candidate in Communication Sciences and Disorders specializing in neurolinguistics. Her research explores the intersection of bilingualism, brain function, and aging. Drawing from a multidisciplinary background in linguistics, psychology, and practical experience in various fields, she advocates for holistic aging solutions, emphasizing the importance of factors like bilingualism in maintaining cognitive health. As a Three Minute Thesis finalist, she passionately shares how language can enhance quality of life across generations.


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