Week Ten: What is going on?

Experimental Design and Hypothesis Testing iBiology Let’s Experiment – Experimental design and hypothesis testing What is the scientific method? How do you ask a “good” scientific questions? What characteristics go into creating a logically sound hypothesis? A well-designed and constructed experiment will be robust under questioning and will focus criticism on conclusions, rather than potential experimentalContinue reading “Week Ten: What is going on?”

You’re invited to our live launch on Facebook or Zoom!

Our summer internship has focused on exploring various topics related to cardiovascular health disparities and inequities. This work culminated in students-produced videos addressing aspects of cardiovascular disease and the complexities that underlie health disparities. These topics range from identifying the effects of maternal smoking on the likeliness of birthing a preterm baby, heart-healthy diets andContinue reading “You’re invited to our live launch on Facebook or Zoom!”

Week Nine: What is going on?

Experimental Design and Hypothesis Testing iBiology Let’s Experiment – Experimental design and hypothesis testing What is the scientific method? How do you ask a “good” scientific questions? What characteristics go into creating a logically sound hypothesis? A well-designed and constructed experiment will be robust under questioning and will focus criticism on conclusions, rather than potential experimentalContinue reading “Week Nine: What is going on?”

Week Seven: What is going on?

Planning Your Scientific Journey iBiology Three-week course – FINAL WEEK July 6th – Bring Your Plan to Life July 8th – Final Remarks Live Session on July 8th Being successful as a scientist requires more than acquiring knowledge and developing experimental skills. It also requires: (1) asking a good scientific question, (2) establishing a clearContinue reading “Week Seven: What is going on?”

Week Five: What is going on?

Please complete this short survey to evaluate the program at it’s half way point. The answers you are submitting are totally anonymous! This survey will help us to improve the program and provide you will the opportunities and resources that you need to thrive. Planning Your Scientific Journey iBiology Three-week course June 22nd – JulyContinue reading “Week Five: What is going on?”

Science Communication

Brandon Brown As an aspiring physician scientist, science communication is important to me in every way. It’s important to understand that when it comes to science, communication is key. As most of us know or experience, one of the main obstacles that we as scientists face is finding the best way to present biomedical researchContinue reading “Science Communication”

Week Four: What is going on?

Digital Science Communication June 1st – June 12th – Week 3 (EXTRA WEEK TO WORK ON VIDEOS)Course description: In this course students learn the skills required for modern, digital scientific communications including video production, public speaking in a virtual environment, creating posters, and writing abstracts. Students will review scientific information presented in professional and popularContinue reading “Week Four: What is going on?”

Week Three: What is going on?

Digital Science Communication June 1st – June 12th – Week 2Course description: In this course students learn the skills required for modern, digital scientific communications including video production, public speaking in a virtual environment, creating posters, and writing abstracts. Students will review scientific information presented in professional and popular media and will produce drafts ofContinue reading “Week Three: What is going on?”

Media Projects

Working with a team to create a media project that are: No longer than 10-minutes and video-based The video should distill information from the primary literature to communicate the latest scientific understanding of a pressing topic related to cardiovascular disease research. You and your team will need to: Critically analyze the literature Develop a clearContinue reading “Media Projects”

Week Two: What is going on?

Digital Science Communication June 1st – June 12th Course description: In this course students learn the skills required for modern, digital scientific communications including video production, public speaking in a virtual environment, creating posters, and writing abstracts. Students will review scientific information presented in professional and popular media and will produce drafts of videos, presentations,Continue reading “Week Two: What is going on?”