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 presented "Where Do We Go From Here? Advocacy for Research After The Election," at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities Annual Meeting.

Mary Woolley and Jim Wells, PhD, wrote an editorial in Science magazine "A Populist Movement for Health?" (Free registration required).

Mary Woolley presented "Breakthrough Advocacy for Research" to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Fellows. 

Mary Woolley's presentation "Breakthrough Advocacy for Public Health Research" to The George Washington University Public Health Advocacy Campaigns class. 

The Honorable John Edward Porter's editorial in Science magazine "If All You Do Is Vote." (Free registration required)

Mary Woolley's presentation to the Association of Independent Research Institutes "Breakthrough Research Advocacy."

Remarks by Research!America Chair The Honorable John Edward Porter at the AAAS Forum on Science & Technology Policy.

Research!America President Mary Woolley wrote about innovation and competitiveness for Innovation.org. 

Mary Woolley's presentation at Global Forum 11 in 2007: "An Innovative Approach to Improving Public Communications Skills Among Researchers."

Research!America President Mary Woolley's presentation at the 2007 Global Health Forum is summarized as part of Equitable Access: Research Challenges for Health in Developing Countries (see page 53).


Media Contacts

Robert Shalett
Director of Communications 

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