Mastering Communication: Tips for Engaging & Accessible Presentations

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A graphic for the ORT's event "Mastering Communication: Tips for Engaging & Accessible Presentations". The graphic has a photo of guest speaker, Dr. Amanda Veri on the left and a graphic of a female scientist presenting research on the left. In the centre is the event date of January 19 from 3-4 pm EST over Zoom. Underneath, text explains that the event will help participants elevate their research presentations with strategies for effective and accessible communication.


January 19 | 3 – 4 pm

Mastering Communication: Tips for Engaging & Accessible Presentations

Join the Office of Research Trainee’s Lead, Dr. Amanda Veri, to learn strategies for improving your oral research presentations.  

You’ll learn tips to: 

  • Engage your audience through storytelling
  • Create crowd-pleasing graphics and slides
  • Increase the accessibility of your presentations

This webinar is free and open to everyone. The webinar recording will be sent to all registrants after the event. 

This workshop has been organized in collaboration with the Beyond Sciences Initiative’s international remote conference, Science & Society. This annual online conference provides scholars worldwide a free opportunity to present their research and network with a broad scientific audience. View conference information here: 


Speaker Bio: 

Dr. Amanda Veri is the Lead of Research Training Programs in the Office of Research Trainees at the University Health Network (UHN). She organizes and executes programs to ensure an exceptional training environment for all ~1300 UHN trainees, including building career and skill development, mentorship, leadership, and funding opportunities for trainees. She also advocates for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility as an active member of committees at UHN and the Ontario Hospital Association. Prior to joining UHN, Dr. Veri completed her PhD in the Department of Molecular Genetics at the University of Toronto.  

Register here.