Sample Lectures from the 2018 Annual Conference
Did you miss these lectures in 2018? We're happy to share these selected lectures from the Orlando Conference. Registration is open for the 2019 Conference -- in case you'd like to see everything in person this coming year.
Want to present your research? Read the Call for Abstracts and make your submission by September 14, 2018.
Workshop Sample: Strategies for Improving Grant and Scientific Writing
ISDS features approximately six to eight in-depth workshops on subjects such as disaster surveillance, R, ESSENCE and other skills that attendees may use to enhance their professional skills. This is Dr. Brian Dixon from the University of Indiana's Regenstrief Institute on Strategies for Improving Grants and Scientific Writing.
Part 1 covers:
successful proposal writing
- general scientific writing for journals and conferences
- how grants are reviewed
- major barrier to getting a grant funded
- the review process and what you should focus on
- creating a solid proposal
- the five key components of your grant
Part 2 covers:
Why applications get rejected
- Important tips and secrets
- How to develop key messages
- Reaching your target audience
- Dissemination channels
- Academic considerations
- Where to publish
- Identifying predatory journals
- Writing Conference Abstracts vs. Journal Abstracts
Oral Presentation Sample: Selection of Syndromes and Algorithms for Monitoring Bovine Laboratory Test Data
This is Dr. Howard Burkom from Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory presenting "Selection of Syndromes and Algorithms for Monitoring Bovine Laboratory Test Data"