Special Guest Speaker:
John Inglis, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and co-founder of bioRxiv and medRxiv
Chris Gunter, NHGRI senior advisor to the director for genomics engagement
Preprints and open access continue to shape the science communications landscape. This event will feature a conversation with Inglis of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on his experiences in leading efforts towards open science and how this movement is changing science publication.
Join our new “Genomics and the Media” virtual conversation series hosted by the National Human Genome Research Institute.
This series will feature trailblazers in science communication, with speakers and topics designed to make relevant connections to genomics. Each distinguished speaker is a leader in science communication, representing a different medium, including radio, podcasting, writing, speaking, publishing, and everything in-between. The series will show the exciting range of approaches for communicating science as well as the unique challenges and opportunities each medium can bring.
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