Rick Huntress

Rick Huntress

Effective Communication in Biomedical Research
Session 3 - Rigor and Reproducibility:
Presenting Data for Funders and Investors

With Rick Huntress
January 24, 2018

Criteria that investors and companies use to evaluate drugs for licensing or acquisition can be different from those used by reviewers and journals for publication. In this webinar, we will discuss strategies that allow researchers to anticipate such concerns and generate the kind of data that investors appreciate. The session will help early-career researchers, engineers, and data-scientists navigate the complex process of engaging their supporters.

 Vinit Nijhawan

Vinit Nijhawan

Commercialization A-Z
Session 1 - Bench to Bedside: Taking Research to the Market

With Vinit Nijhawan
November 28, 2017

Vinit Nijhawan, Managing Director for University Patent Monetization at UnitedLex, shared an overview of technology transfer at our recent webinar. He addressed challenges associated with the field, and ways to increase success rates for an audience of researchers and organizations.

 Dr. Laura Green

Dr. Laura Green

Effective Communication in Biomedical Research
Session 2 - Peer-to-Peer Communication
With Dr. Laura Green
November 14, 2017

This series is a collaboration with the Westchester Biotech Project, Rutgers Medical School,  & Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. This session focused on interacting with other scientists in symposia, lab meetings, seminars, and thesis defense. Included are guidelines for effective presentations, powerpoint slides, and interaction. 

 Dr. Laura Green

Dr. Laura Green

Effective Communication in Biomedical Research
Session 1 - Science Communication:
General Concepts and Tips
With Dr. Laura Green
May 24, 2017

Dr. Green is a biomedical scientist, graphic designer, and communication specialist, working to match science stories with audiences and coaching scientific staff at Fred Hutch to engage with members of the public. This session covered key practical approaches to considering your audience, addressing questions, and basic advice on graphics.