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Brian Krueger, PhD
Columbia University Medical Center
New York NY USA

Brian Krueger is the owner, creator and coder of LabSpaces by night and Next Generation Sequencer by day. He is currently the Director of Genomic Analysis and Technical Operations for the Institute for Genomic Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. In his blog you will find articles about technology, molecular biology, and editorial comments on the current state of science on the internet.

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Here are the slides from the presentation I gave on Monday.  We recorded a video, but I'm not sure how it turned out.  I have a feeling the audio is going to be bad so I might just sit down and do it over again this weekend on my laptop.

Two of the slides are movies.  The first is a clip from "Flock of DoDos" where some lady says scientists are horrible communicators and the other is the AARP shrimp on treadmills commercial.

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Nice. How was it received?

 


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Pretty well.  It was in a not very ideal part of campus, so only about 10 people showed up, but I'm going to try to give it again over in the hospital sometime next month.


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Any bloggers among them?

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Yep, one of them was :)  The other people were mostly communications people for different departments

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