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Conference Prep Series: Assembling an Abstract

May 10 @ 2:00 pm

Do you have some interesting findings that you are ready to share with the world but don’t know where to start? Or maybe you are planning on presenting your research at a conference but want some help polishing your work. Join us for this hands-on workshop where we go step by step on how to craft and effectively present a research narrative that will engage your audience. It is the first in a three-part series designed to get your work conference-ready.

Assembling an Abstract workshop:

Assembling an Abstract flyer

Have trouble organizing your research and condensing it into the abstract word limit? Or maybe you want to get a head start on your next conference submission? Join us for Assembling an Abstract, an interactive workshop designed to help you organize and craft your research narrative in a way that attracts your audience and is easy to understand. So, bring your laptop for a time to organize your ideas and start preparing for your next conference.

Date: May 10th
Time: 2-3:30pm
Location: Weill Hall room 226



Conference Prep Workshops Series:

Conference Prep Series flyerAssembling an Abstract: May 10th

This interactive workshop is designed to help you organize and craft a compelling research narrative that is easy to understand, setting a good foundation for your upcoming conference presentation.

Painting a Poster: August 2024

Discover how to design your poster in a way that makes it easy for your audience to follow and understand. You will also learn how to effectively engage your audience during and before the poster session.

Shaping a Slide Deck: October 2024

Acquire the ability to organize and narrate a captivating story that stands apart from your peers. Furthermore, we’ll delve into body language and offer presentation tips to enhance your delivery.

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The Graduate Student Chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) at Cornell promotes biomedical engineering through research, educational outreach, and advocacy of engineering approaches to biology and human health. We provide avenues for our members to develop professionally, socially, and personally, as well as contribute to the community inside and outside of Cornell. Learn more about our activities in this BMES Graduate Student Group spotlight.


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Careers Beyond Academia

Careers Beyond Academia helps Ph.D. students and postdocs from all disciplines make the most informed decisions possible about their career paths after Cornell. Our mission is to give you the chance to test drive specific aspects of various careers through flexible, experiential, empowering opportunities. It is housed in the Graduate School Office of Career and Professional Development.



May 10
2:00 pm
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226 Weill Hall
237 Tower Road
Ithaca, NY 14853 United States


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