PHCL 8221: SciComm II: Writing & Research Presentation

2-3 Credits

In collaboration with their mentors, students will develop thesis projects and scientific communication skills. Specifically, students will learn the principles of oral presentation, hone speaking style and slide content, and prepare for the departmental second-year talk. They will prepare sections of an NIH-style fellowship proposal in time for those eligible to submit an F31 NRSA application for the December deadline. This proposal will also comprise the written component of the preliminary exam. Students will also learn the elements of the closed-door component of the preliminary exam and how best to prepare. Throughout the class, students will provide feedback to their peers, develop critical thinking skills, and practice self-advocacy with their mentors, colleagues, and classmates in soliciting constructive criticism. Prerequisites: student in the Graduate Program in Pharmacology (PhD program) Keywords: Pharmacology, Basic Science, Writing, Presentation, Practice, Thesis, Dissertation

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