UMMS postdocs launch ‘Communicating Neuroscience’ course

    Megan Corty, PhD, and Jaeda Coutinho-Budd, PhD Communicating science is one of the most important parts of a researcher’s job, yet there is very little formal training for it, according to Marc Freeman, PhD, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator and vice chair and professor of neurobiology. Two postdocs from Dr. Freeman’s lab are trying to help. Megan Corty, PhD, and Jaeda Coutinho-Budd, PhD, have launched a pilot course for neuroscience graduate researchers called Communicating Neuroscience: Learning by Doing. Dr. Corty and Dr. Coutinho-Budd said they noticed when students participated in the Department of Neurobiology weekly seminar series, which is coupled with the department’s Journal Club in Neuroscience graduation requirement, that they were often nervous and struggled with organization and presentation. “We wanted to give them a foundation in…

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