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ISTH Webinar: What Makes a Great Scientific Presentation
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When: Thursday, May 21, 2020
11:30 UTC

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What Makes a Great Scientific Presentation

May 21, 2020 11:30-12:30 UTC


Christopher Ward "Preparing for a successful presentation"

Participants in this session will be able to:

  • Structure and present data as part of a successful presentation
  • Tailor the presentation to different audiences
  • Understand the expectations of conference organizers and chairpersons

Kellie Machlus "Preparing and delivering impactful scientific presentations as an early career scientist"

Participants in this session will be able to:

  • Prepare for a job interview talk and use your platform to best represent yourself and your research
  • Successfully field and answer questions
  • Integrate post-talk feedback to revise your talk and establish collaborations

Moderator: Nicoletta Riva




Christopher Ward

Christopher Ward, MBChB PhD is Professor of Medicine at the Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney and a senior clinical haematologist at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney covering both coagulation medicine and malignant haematology. He has special interests in inherited and acquired platelet disorders and prothrombotic states. Chris has been active in the ISTH Education and Outreach Committee and organised the clinical programme of the ISTH Melbourne Congress.

Kellie Machlus

Kellie Machlus, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. She has expertise in megakaryocyte differentiation, maturation, and platelet production with a specific focus on how these processes change during inflammation. For this work, Kellie has been named an American Society of Hematology Research Scholar both as a fellow and junior faculty member. Kellie is an active ISTH member and serves as the ISTH representative on the ISTH-ATVB joint working committee. In addition, Kellie has a deep interest in helping educate and mentor trainees and bring awareness and support to underrepresented minorities in science.

Nicoletta Riva

Nicoletta Riva, MD, is a visiting lecturer at the Department of Pathology and the Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Malta. Her main research interests include the treatment of venous thromboembolism, with particular focus on unusual site venous thrombosis. She is a member of the ISTH Early Career Committee.


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