Our #SciComm Seminars are back this fall with exciting new topics to expand your science communication toolbox. Here are some highlights from the 2022-23 #SciComm Seminars series: Beth Prusaczyk, Assistant Professor of Medicine, drew from her experiences in policymaking and journalism for valuable tips on how to prepare, deliver, and follow up on your advocacy [Read more]
As a researcher, you communicate your work to a wide variety of people daily. Besides engaging in jargon-rich discussions with your peers, you might share your research on a personal website, talk about it at a community event, or write about it on social media. Plain language can help you reach beyond academia and ensure [Read more]
Becker library now provides access to all JoVE Research videos including the new JoVE Encyclopedia of Experiments. JoVE’s 13,000+ video protocols can be used to enhance your biomedical research and training. Content can be accessed 24/7 and there are text translations.
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Refugees often arrive with a broad spectrum of health challenges including lack of medical records, language barriers, and trauma. Here are some resources healthcare professionals may use when caring for refugee populations.