Speeches and Presentations

Research!America leadership and board members often speak out on the need to advocate for more federal funding for health research.

Mary Woolley delivered a keynote at the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine's New Voices in Science, Engineering, and Medicine meeting. Click here to see the slides from the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented a keynote "Your Role in Winning Hearts and Minds for Science" at the University of Miami Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium on March 7, 2019. Click here to see the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented a lecture "Science Advocacy as a Solution to Shrinking Public Support" at the annual meeting of the Association of Medical School Microbiology and Immunology Chairs (AMSMIC) Annual Meeting. Click here for the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented at a Town Hall Meeting at the University of Florida Health Sciences Center. Click here to see the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented a lecture "Winning Hearts and Minds for Science" at Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences. Click here for the presentation.

Mary Woolley presented a lecture "Your Role in Changing Hearts and Minds for Science" at Rutgers University. Click here for the presentation.

Mary Woolley presented national public opinion survey data "Americans' Views on Child Abuse and Neglect" at an event hosted by the National Foundation to End Child Abuse and Neglect in Washington, D.C. Click here to view the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented a lecture "Your Role in Changing Hearts and Minds for Science" at UC Davis and UC Davis Health. Click here for the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented a lecture "Your Role in Advocacy For Global Health Research" at Fogarty International Center's Global Health Fellows Program Orientation and Training. Click here for the presentation.

Mary Woolley presented a Kavli lecture "Your Role in Changing Hearts and Minds for Science" at the University Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Click here for the presentation. 

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If concerted, long-term investments in research are not made, America will lose an entire generation of young scientists.
Brenda Canine, PhD; McLaughlin Research Institute, Montana