The symposium is designed to provide area postdocs with communications training, mentorship, and coaching sessions, plus an opportunity to present their research in a public forum. Following a workshop and dry run, participants gave 30-minute presentations, including 10 minutes for questions, about their research to the wider Lab community.
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