Each student will participate in a presentation of a paper during
class. All students should read the paper, but those responsible
for presenting it should have spent the time necessary to have a depth
All students watching the presentation should fill out this form
- Matthew Bailey, Krista Bean, and Ben Ainscough. Paper.
- Steven Nevers, David Brandt, and Matthew Biggs. Paper.
- Kimberly Holcombe and Eden Jensen. Paper.
- Ijesh Giri and Michele Farmer. Paper.
- James Jensen, Justin Page, and Ken DeCelle. Paper.
- David Patty, Mo Lee, and Shane Dooley. Paper.
- Stanley Fujimoto, Andrew Noyce, and Kason McEwen. Paper.
- Be on time and ready to go the day you present.
- Use a visual aid (PowerPoint presentation, poster, whiteboard outline/diagram, or paper handout).
- Involve a Bioinformatics topic related to the lecture.
- Stay within your time allotment and make good use of it (don't diverge on unrelated tangents, etc...). Be prepared to use the whole time but don't go way over either.
- Prepare one question that someone who listens to your presentation should be able to answere. Base it on what you think is the most significant part of your paper.
- Be prepared to answer a question or two at the end of your presentation. Don't worry too much about this, just understand what you are presenting.
- Other than that, you are free to present what and how you wish. Try to make it interesting (and fun)!