Rawls Lab & Individual Meeting Schedule
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Rawls Lab Meeting Schedule
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Time: 11:30AM-1:30PM Fridays (*except where noted)
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Location: CARL 408 (bring projector)
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PresenterTypeDateNotes
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Colin LickwarJournal Club9/22/2017
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Justice LuJournal Club9/29/2017
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Cece KellyResearch10/6/2017
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Jessica McCannJournal Club10/13/2017
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Ted EspenschiedResearch10/20/2017
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Caitlin MurdochResearch10/27/2017
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Jia WenJournal Club11/3/2017
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Yitong XuResearch11/10/2017
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Lihua YeResearch11/17/2017
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no meeting (Thanksgiving)--11/24/2017
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Jenny HeppertJournal Club12/1/2017
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Colin LickwarResearch12/8/2017
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Cece KellyJournal Club12/15/2017
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Justice LuResearch12/22/2017
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no meeting (Holiday)--12/29/2017
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Jessica McCannResearch1/5/2018
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Ted EspenschiedJournal Club1/12/2018
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Caitlin MurdochJournal Club1/19/2018
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Jia WenResearch1/26/2018
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Lihua YeJournal Club2/2/2018
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Research format:
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When presenting a Research presentation, please include the following elements:
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1. HYPOTHESIS: The idea that your current experiments are designed to test; this should be clear and succinct and directly related to the experiment you are presenting; not the overall project hypothesis.
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2. THIS IS AN IMPORTANT QUESTION FOR US TO ADDRESS BECAUSE: Put your experiment into the larger context of lab projects.
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3. RATIONALE: Short bullet points to highlight how/why you came up with the idea.
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4. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: Do not provide extensive materials & methods, unless it is a novel method or reagent for the lab; just a short phrase to tell the group what you are doing will usually suffice.
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5. RESULTS: Show your data and describe it to the group.
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6. CONCLUSIONS: 2-4 sentences; keeping in mind that you may learn many things from a single experiment.
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7. NEXT STEPS: 2-4 sentences; subject to change from group input.
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Journal club format:
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When you are assigned to lead a journal club presentation, you can choose from the two formats listed below.
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Please enter the paper(s) you chose into the Rawls Lab Journal Club Archive.
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Single article journal club:
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1. Leader distributes selected paper to others by email no later than Wednesday of the previous week.
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2. Lab members select figures to present at the meeting by email.
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3. Leader prepares powerpoint presentation containing intro and summary slides, as well as slides of each figure.
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Journal club blowout:
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1. Leader selects a single principal investigator, selects published articles from that lab, and distributes a list of those PMIDs to the rest of the lab by email. This notification must be sent out 1-2 weeks in advance of the journal club date.
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2. Lab members select PMIDs to present at the meeting by email.
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3. Lab members prepare a 5 minute presentation on their paper of interest, including up to 3 slides describing the hypothesis, approach, results, and conclusions. Slides must be emailed to the leader at least 3 hours before lab meeting.
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4. Leader prepares introductory and closing remarks, and compiles slides from the rest of the lab into a single presentation.
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