Trainee-to-Tenure
Wednesday, March 22, 2017

“How to Give an Effective Scientific Talk”

Robert Mahley, MD, PhD, will share his insights into best practices for effective scientific presentations, including how to consider elements of a successful lecture, how to build a story, and how visuals can make or break a talk.
  • “50% of scientific success is based on the excellence of your science; 50% is based on your ability to communicate your results.”
  • The Secret: “Tell them what you are going to tell them; Tell them; Tell them what you told them.”
  • “Sloppy, poorly constructed slides suggest sloppy, poorly conducted science.”

This event is open to the Gladstone scientific community.

 

Details

Date
March 22, 2017
Time
2:30-4:30pm
Location
Mahley Auditorium
Contact(s)
Sudha Krishnamurthy


The Trainee-to-Tenure Track Program is a strategy from Gladstone’s Office of Postdoctoral and Graduate Affairs to help early-career scientists in their path toward academic independence and faculty positions.