Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology Conference, Boston, 2010

Title: Integrative Proteomics Approaches to Identify Functional Sub-networks in Human Colorectal Cancer.

This is a talk I gave at the 2010 ISMB conference in Boston. It’s an example of how not to give a presentation. Too many details, poor slide transitions, lack of emphasis on take home points, stuttered delivery (too many “uhs”), etc..

Moral: Practice your presentation at least two or three times the night before, get a good night sleep, and then fughetaboutit, it’ll go fine.