On Being a Scientist: Essential Skills of a Biomedical Investigator
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This is a free one-day workshop for graduate students, post-docs, and early-stage investigators presented by:
Tung-Tien Sun, PhD
Professor of Cell Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Urology
Rudolf L. Baer Professor of Dermatology, NYU School of Medicine
Participants will leave this course knowing the skills they must master in order to survive and excel in research including:
- How to get any laboratory technique to work reproducibly and predictably
- How to read a paper actively, rather than passively
- How to write a scientific paper
- How to be an effective speaker
9:00-9:10 Opening Remarks
9:10-10:50 Experimental Design
10:50-11:05 Coffee Break
11:05-12:10 Literature Analysis
1:10-2:30 Scientific Writing
2:30-2:45 Coffee Break
2:45-4:10 Oral Presentation
4:10-4:20 Closing Remarks
Although the workshop is free to attend, registration is required. Please click here to register.
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Dr. Sun’s research interests are in cell and molecular biology of stratified epithelial differentiation. Dr. Sun’s papers have been cited over 8000 times since 2008 (H-index 84). He has published in many prestigious journals including Science, Nature, Cell, JBC, PNAS, and JCB. Many of his papers on keratin and epithelial stem cells are considered “citation classics.”
For more information about Dr. Sun, please visit his website at http://sun-lab.med.nyu.edu.
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