Science Speed Talks

Thursday 5 May 16.00

Room A

In English and in French

Organized in collaboration with


During this competition, four doctoral students present their research work in front of the public in three minutes in the most interesting and clear way possible. At the end of the presentations, the public voted for the most outstanding presentation.

The Jet d’Or is endowed with 1’000 CHF.

The Science Speed Talk is organised by Geneva Health Forum in collaboration with the Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+).

The four candidates received coaching from Awa Babington to prepare their presentation.

The winner est Kirubel Mussie of the University of Basel.


Antoine Flahault
President Geneva Health Forum
Bruno Lab
President Geneva Health Forum
Emily Reeves
Swiss School of Public Health


Awa Babington
Adenium Healthcare


Ashi Khare

Indian Institute Of Technology Bombay


Determining spatial heterogeneity in prevalence of anaemia among women aged 15-49 years in India for the year 2019-21

Kirubel Mussie

University of Basel


Ethical challenges with decision-making in elder care in Ethiopia

Jan-Peter Sandler

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven


The world needs pandemic preparedness goals

Milindkumar Ukey



Impact of Health Spoken Tutorials, IIT-B on Effective Breastfeeding Practices on Prevention & Treatment of Undernutrition at 3 Months: Preliminary Findings of a Case-Control Study

The statuettes of the Jets d’Or of Geneva are made by the Swiss sculptor Igor Ustinovse Igor Ustinov