Students’ delegates of Faculty of Medicine UGM succeeded to achieve the first, second, and third winners in the 3rd Hypothalamus Competition 2017 which was held from March 23 until March 26, 2017, at Universitas Jember, East Java Province.
In this yearly scientific competition entitled Holistic Approach to Hold Neurosensory Disorder, the first winner of education video category was achieved by Faculty of Medicine UGM team consisted of Likuidita Yona Ramadini, Alfi Kurnia Adha, and M. Fathi B.A.F. Runner-up position in the same category was achieved by UGM team consisted of Shofuro Hasana, Annisa Nurul P.S., and Putri Raudina Alifah. Meanwhile, the third winner of public poster category was achieved by the team consisted of Alfi Kurnia Adha and M. Fathi B.A.F.
“We are grateful and proud of Faculty of Medicine UGM delegates who had competed with hundreds of university students in Indonesia and achieve the first, second, and third winners in this competition,” said Annisa, the representative of the delegates, on Wednesday (5/4) on UGM campus.
Annisa said the competition was attended by more than 100 teams from many universities in Indonesia. This competition had five categories, namely scientific poster, literature review, public poster, education video, and scientific essay.
“As many as 10 best teams in each category were selected to move to the final stage,” she added.
At the final stage, the 10 best teams were given a chance to present their scientific paper. In this competition, UGM team who became the first winner of education video category presented their video on the importance of maintaining healthy ears. Meanwhile, the team who became the runner-up of the same category presented their video on a proper pest management. Meanwhile, the team who achieved the third winner of public poster presented their poster on maintaining hearing health by listening to the music using a headphone with volume not more than 60 percent for 60 minutes per day.
Annisa expressed she was glad and proud of the achievements. She hopes Faculty of Medicine UGM delegates can make greater achievements in the future. Moreover, she hopes these achievements can inspire and motivate other UGM students to make achievements in their own subjects.