slides may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
in advance, or you may bring your own laptop (5 - 10 min setup time).
If emailed, please specify Mac or PC PowerPoint version.
Guest speaker seminar series are informal, 40-45 min talks on
current topics relevant to oral biology, with 5 - 10 min questions and
Club (JC) or Research in Progress (RIP) should be submitted to seminar
coordinator (email@example.com) 5 days
are to be done with PowerPoint and should be no more than 40
minutes, approximately 15-20 slides. Allow 10 minutes for
discussions during and after the presentation.
students in their first 3 semesters. Exceptions may be made if a paper
significance in your field has recently been published.
students who have significant research experience or preliminary data.
For this semester, RIP will also include thesis proposal
presentation without significant preliminary data.
Journal Club (JC)
articles ONLY (no
reviews). The objective of the JC presentation is to highlight
a study of your interest: the objective and rationale of the study,
experimental methods, findings, and conclusions/interpretations.
Presentation should conform to the following format: Introduction
(2-3 slides), Experimental
Design (3-4 slides), Results & Conclusions (5-6
Discussions (1 slide)
early in their thesis progression: provide
background, significance, hypothesis, specific aims, experimental
expected outcomes. (2) For students having more than preliminary data:
provide background, brief experimental design, brief results,
conclusions/discussions, and future
preliminary exam or thesis defense may sign up for a 50-min
presentation (including 5 - 10 min questions and discussions).
Helps for Preparing
PowerPoint Presentation Tips (coming soon)