Learn about communication techniques for biostatisticians at upcoming lecture

June 14, 2018  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Communication skills are important for statisticians and data scientists as they are called upon to engage with a variety of audiences to help them understand and apply work to their lives.

Fortunately, communication experts in other fields have developed tools that can be learned from and borrowed. They can also help statisticians and data scientists create a new model of communication by developing strategies in their areas of strength.

Michigan Medicine faculty and staff are invited to a talk that will use examples to discuss the best communication techniques from other fields and to suggest new areas of development.

Join the Applied Biostatistical Sciences Network for the lecture on Thursday, June 21 from noon – 1:30 p.m., when Regina Nuzzo, Ph.D., stats professor at Gallaudet University and a freelance journalist, will present Statistics and Data Science Communication: Tips and Tricks for a New Model of Engagement.

Register by clicking here.