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Communicate Your Science: Preparing the ABRCMS Abstract

Join us to discuss ways to formulate your ABRCMS abstract to be as compelling as possible.

This webinar series is a follow-up to the June "Writing a Compelling Abstract" webinars. These sessions will provide feedback from reviewers of abstracts from the following fields, as well as information about example abstracts from the fields in these disciplines:

  • Biomedical Sciences and Social and Behavioral Sciences/Public Health
  • Chemical Sciences and Engineering/Physics/Mathematics
Webinar participants will:

  • Review criteria that reviewers use to rate abstracts for ABRCMS
  • Describe the elements of successful abstract submissions
  • Explore tips on writing a great abstract
  • Discuss examples from previous ABRCMS awardees

CONTRIBUTORS


Dr. Brent Berwin, Director, Courses & Conferences, The Jackson Laboratory

Brent received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1999 followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University. He joined Dartmouth in the fall of 2004 as a faculty member in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology and also served as Associate Director of Education for the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. In the fall of 2019 he joined The Jackson Laboratory as Director of Courses & Conferences

SPEAKER CONTACT

Brent.Berwin@jax.org

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Questions? Contact for ABRCMS Online:
Christopher Skipwith, Ph.D.
Education Specialist
202-942-9299
cskipwith@asmusa.org