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Nov Chapter Meeting - Bridging the Gap: Communicating Science Broadly
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Effective communication is crucial to successful collaborations, fundraising, and science policy. To help you understand how you can effect change in the scientific and lay community, AWIS-PA has invited Natalie DeWitt to moderate a discussion panel with journal editors, grant writers, and science journalists about: - the current state of science communication and publishing - the importance of the dialog between the scientific community and the public

11/18/2015
When: 11/18/2015
From 7-9PM
Where: PARC, Palo Alto
3333 Coyote Hill Rd
Palo Alto, California  94304
United States
Presenter: AWIS-Palo Alto
Contact: AWIS-PA

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Effective communication is crucial to successful collaborations, fundraising, and science policy. 

To help you understand how you can effect change in the scientific and lay community, AWIS-PA has invited Natalie DeWitt to moderate a discussion panel with journal editors, grant writers, and science journalists about: 
- the current state of science communication and publishing 
- the importance of the dialog between the scientific community and the public 

Natalie DeWitt, PhD (moderator) - Senior Editor of Nature and Nature Biotechnology and Special Projects Officer to the president of CIRM. Accendo Science Editing, founder. 

The Panelists: 
Monya Baker - Journalist and Editor at Nature 
Crystal Botham, PhD - Biosciences Grant Writing Academy 
Tiago Faial, PhD - Associate Editor at Nature Genetics 
Allison Farrell, PhD - Senior Editor at Nature Medicine 
Kristin Sainani (née Cobb), PhD - Associate Professor, Stanford University, teaches statistics and writing, MOOC "Writing in the Sciences" and "Statistics in Medicine" 
Nicholas Weiler, PhD - Science writer at UCSF's news office, Neuwrite-West, co-founder and the Science Education Startup Worldview Stanford podcast. 

November 18th 
PARC Auditorium, Palo Alto 
3333 Coyote Hill Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304 
7:00-7:30: Networking dinner 
7:30-7:45: Announcements 
7:45-9:00: Workshop 
Palo Alto AWIS Members: FREE 
Pre-registered Non-Members: $10 
Fee at Door: $15 

Event flyer http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=b317b3f27b27bb877d1e3a92a&id=875c48cbd8&e=54d2cda1e4 
Register at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1610910less

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