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 a Kavli lecture "Your Role in Changing Hearts and Minds for Science" at the University of Iowa School of Public Health. Click here for the presentation. 

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

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

Mary Woolley presented "Advocacy in Uncertain Times" to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Fellows in Washington, DC. Click here to view the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented "West Virginia Research and Innovation: A Catalyst for Better Health and Economic Growth" during a forum at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, WV. Click here for the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented "Your Role in Changing Hearts and Minds for Science" at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, IN. Click here for the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented a Kavli Foundation Lecture "Your Role in Changing Hearts and Minds for Science" at the Tennessee Conference of Graduate Schools. Click here for the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented "Your Role in Changing Hearts and Minds for Science" at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Catalyst program in Alexandria, VA. Click here to see the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented "Your Role in Changing Hearts and Minds for Science" in a videoconference with student advocates at the University of California Global Health Institute. Click here to view the presentation. 

Mary Woolley presented "Research in Context" at the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. Click here for the presentation.  

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