One of the biggest challenges that clinical researchers and scientists face is communicating their research and its potential impact to audiences like donors, investors, the media, and the public.
No one communicates complex science better than Carl Zimmer, award-winning science writer for The New York Times, National Geographic, STAT and a frequent contributor to NPR’s This American Life and RadioLab. Join Carl Zimmer for “The Art of Talking Science,” an interactive challenge hosted by the Mass General Hospital Research Institute that will offer up to eight Boston biomedical researchers a chance to present their work in front of a live audience and receive feedback from a panel of expert communicators. Hear first hand about some of the latest cutting-edge science and learn from the best at this lively and supportive competition.
Are you a biomedical researcher interested in a chance to present your cutting edge science before this panel of experts? Applications are open now.
Who it’s for: research scientists who want to be communicators, anyone who loves science, people who follow medical advances
Vibe: entertaining, lively, competitive, fun
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