How to effectively communicate your science
Mindy Engevik, Ph.D.
Baylor College of Medicine

Post #1: Science–graphic art partnerships to increase research impact
https://www.nature.com/articles/s42003-019-0516-1

Post #2: Improving your science figures
https://blog.quartzy.com/improving-your-science-figures-what-i-learned-from-conversations-with-100-scientists

Post #3: Online drawing tools for effective research diagrams
https://www.ilovephd.com/10-simple-online-drawing-tools-for-effective-thesis-diagrams/

Post #4: How to design an informative lab website
https://www.universityaffairs.ca/opinion/the-black-hole/lets-start-improving-research-lab-websites/

Post #5: Tips for communicating to non-scientists
https://www.forbes.com/sites/marshallshepherd/2016/11/22/9-tips-for-communicating-science-to-people-who-are-not-scientists/#534a39ed66ae

Post #6: Designing power point slides for a scientific presentation
https://www.northwestern.edu/climb/resources/oral-communication-skills/designing-PowerPoint-slides.html

Post #7: How to deliver a great presentation
https://www.northwestern.edu/climb/resources/oral-communication-skills/delivering-presentation.html

Mindy Engevik, Ph.D. is an Instructor at Baylor College of Medicine. Her research focuses on microbe-mucus interactions in the gastrointestinal tract.

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