How to improve your research talk: A guideline in Science Communication

In this 1.5 hour workshop, lead by Dr. Rosa Veguilla, you will learn how to improve your science communication skills and learn concrete tools for giving an engaging, clear research talk. Now, more than ever, scientists need to be able to communicate their work, but it can be overwhelming and time consuming to figure out how to make your research talk engaging for fellow scientists and especially for the public. You’ll leave this workshop with the tips and tricks you’ll need to transform your presentation into a winner.  Feel free to bring a few of your slides to the workshop!

At iBiology, Rosa is responsible for leading the research video production pipelines including identifying seminar topics, overseeing video editing, and writing associated web content and educational materials. Rosa earned her BS in Chemistry at University of Puerto Rico – Río Piedras, and her PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University. Before joining iBiology, she was a Preceptor for Life Sciences 1A at Harvard College and an Adjunct Faculty Professor at Harvard Extension School. She enjoys helping others to understand new concepts in the biology world and motivating them to love science.