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Presentation 101 -   How not to be rubbish 

Presenting your work is a fact of academic life. You’ve got team meetings, conferences, funding pitches and engagement to do. Its also crucial that you can communicate effectively across disciplines and outside of research to industry or the public.

These are skills no researcher should be without.

This session will give you a solid grounding in how to make your presentations better, more effective and impactful. We cover aspects of

  • Preparation – set yourself up to win
  • Delivery skills – give the right impression
  • Slide design – don’t put them to sleep

Come along for a crash course in how not to be rubbish at research presentations. 

The workshop takes place 12.30-3.30 pm on Wednesday 1st June, at the MRC WIMM seminar room, at the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital. Please email charvy.narain@rdm.ox.ac.uk if you have any questions. 

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We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!