Research!America president and CEO Mary Woolley addressed the Council of Graduate Schools in a presentation: "Impact of COVID19: Creating the New Normal for Research." You can view the presentation here.
Speeches and Presentations
Research!America leadership and board members often speak out on the need to advocate for more federal funding for health research.
Research!America president and CEO Mary Woolley joined a distinguished panel for "Presidential Symposium: The Big Tent of Genetics and Genomics: Research, Translation and Advocacy" at the American Society for Human Genetics Virtual Meeting, October 29, 2020. View her presentation slides here.
Mary Woolley of @ResearchAmerica is sharing data she calls a mandate to our elected officials. 4 of 5 Americans agree it's time for an urgent refocus on science. Driven by the COVID-19 pandemic & more. Data here: https://t.co/cAq9BqDRgD #ASHG20
— Brooke Wolford (@bnwolford) October 29, 2020
Research!America President and CEO Mary Woolley spoke at the Loma Linda University School of Medicine Integrated Biomedical Science Seminar Series. See her presentation on "Impact of COVID-19: Choosing the New Normal" here.
Mary Woolley delivered a talk to the University of Nebraska Medical Center 2nd Annual Health Policy in Action Conference on Saturday, October 3, 2020. The conference, planned and implemented by students at the medical center, also featured Vice Admiral Jerome M. Adams, U.S. surgeon general. View Mary's presentation here.
Thank you @unmc for hosting an impt conversation about health policy in action. Your leadership in systems across the country will help your communities recover from #COVID19, both in the near-term and over time, & ultimately – become more resilient in the face of future threats.
— U.S. Surgeon General (@Surgeon_General) October 3, 2020
— Jed Hansen (@jed_hansen) October 3, 2020
Mary Woolley delivered the Presidential Address at the Society for Prevention Research annual conference. View her presentation here.
— Ahnalee Brincks (@AhnaleeB) July 23, 2020
"Q.: What do elected officials and scientists have in common?
A: Serving the public's interest."
— PRC PennState (@PRCPennState) July 23, 2020
Mary Woolley presented to the Fogarty Global Health Fellows Orientation on "Winning Hearts and Minds for Research in 2020 and Beyond." You can view her presentation here.
Grateful to listen to Mary Woolley about ResearchAmerica and the work they are doing to advocate for Science. Lets engage our Politicians in our Science! We have a lot in common; we serve the society, we believe in data. #Fogarty2020 #ResearchAmerica #Fogarty_NIH pic.twitter.com/bWI2CYL5IM
— Catherine Khei Koofhethile (@KheiKoofhethile) July 13, 2020
We need to do better in science communication! pic.twitter.com/71MZNK9Idi
— ShaileyPrasad MD MPH (@shaileyprasad) July 13, 2020
Mary Woolley gave a presentation to the AcademyHealth Board of Directors meeting, entitled, "The Impact of COVID-19: Choosing the New Normal." Her slide presentation can be viewed here.
Mary Woolley joined a BIO 2020 Supersession, "Science on the Front Lines and on the Front Page." The panel was moderated by Seema Kumar, MS, Vice President of Innovation, Global Health and Policy Communication, Johnson & Johnson Innovation. Mary was joined on the panel by Clive Cookson, science editor, The Financial Times; Michelle McMurry-Heath, MD, PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Biotechnology Innovation Organization; and Joe Palca, PhD, Correspondent, Science Desk, NPR. A video of the session is available to general public here.
Mary Woolley presented in a webinar hosted by the American Society for Human Genetics, "The Need for Science Advocacy and How to Get Started." Her presentation is viewable here. The full webinar is viewable on the ASHG website.
One way you can do this is through a “then, now, imagine” message frame, where you demonstrate how research improvements could lead to a better future for everyone. Importantly, scientists must convey, “I work for you.” #ashgwebinar
— ASHG (@GeneticsSociety) May 6, 2020
Mary Woolley presented at the American Physical Society April 2020 meeting (registration required) in a panel discussion on the "Intersection of Science and Politics." Her presentation was entitled The Public Context of Science Includes a Political Context.