Tea & Talk: How Would You Describe it to Your Grandma? Communicating Science to the General Public

Marjorie M. Montemayor-Quellenberg
Senior Research Communications Specialist, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Unless your grandmother is a scientist, she may not understand exactly what you do for a living. Join GWISE for a presentation by Marjorie M. Montemayor-Quellenberg on communicating scientific work to non-scientists. Montemayor-Quellenberg will go over basic tips on how to describe science to a lay audience. The presentation will be followed by an open discussion. Also, members from the audience will have the opportunity to explain their work and have their explanation critiqued by their fellow audience members based on tips they learned from the presentation.

Biography
Marjorie M. Montemayor-Quellenberg is a senior research communications specialist in the Department of Communication and Public Affairs at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston. Prior to working in public affairs, Montemayor-Quellenberg worked in publishing and clinical trials. She has a bachelor of science degree in general biology from the University of California, San Diego and a master of arts degree in health communications from Emerson College, Boston.

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