The Communication Skills
module of the NC TraCS Professional Development Seminar Series
focuses on the types of oral and written communication used in clinical and translational research.
Seminars in the Communication Skills
module (April 3-May 5) are presented in-person on Mondays from 12 – 2 p.m. ET in room 219 of the Brinkhous-Bullitt building (in the NC TraCS Institute suite on the 2nd floor), and repeated via Zoom on Fridays from 12 – 2 p.m ET. Please note
: There will be no seminar on Friday, April 7 due to the UNC Spring Holiday. The Monday, April 3 seminar will be recorded and the recording will be made available to registrants.Join for the topics that interest you and on the days that work for you.
*Once registered for this module you will receive a separate invite to the Canvas site for this module of the seminar series.*
In-person | Brinkhous-Bullitt room 219
Monday, April 3: How to write & publish a scientific paper: the process from identifying a journal, to assigning authorship, all the way through to the peer review process and making revisions (This seminar will be recorded & made available to registrants due to the Friday, April 7 UNC Spring Holiday.)
Monday, April 10: The 10-minute scientific talk; Pitching your research to any audience
Monday, April 24: Working with the media: interviews with journalists and science communicators; Sharing your research through social media
Monday, May 1: Career mapping: creating and communicating a vision for your career and/or research program
Virtual | Zoom
Friday, April 7: No seminar due to UNC Spring Holiday. The recording from the Monday, April 3 seminar will be made available to registrants.
Friday, April 14: The 10-minute scientific talk; Pitching your research to any audience
Friday, April 28: Working with the media: interviews with journalists and science communicators; Sharing your research through social media
Friday, May 5: Career mapping: creating and communicating a vision for your career and/or research program