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Student Spotlight

Talking Science Intelligibly —Talking about science is a part of every researcher’s life. While investigators undergo extensive training in grant writing, student mentoring, and data analysis, how efficient are they when it comes to presenting their work in ways that resonate with a lay audience? Einstein graduate student Dayle Hodge moderated a panel discussion at the New York Academy of Science on November 30, focused on the importance of engaging the public through effective science outreach.  He and four guest panelists discussed the complexities affecting science communication and provided both effective and poor examples of such interactions. They also shared their own experiences working with the public, offering helpful tips for being effective communicators. Dayle, who is an M.D./Ph.D. candidate in Einstein’s Medical Scientist Training Program, recently defended his thesis for research completed in the laboratory of Wenjun Guo, Ph.D. He is a member of the class of 2019. Dr. Guo is associate professor of cell biology.

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