Immunodeficiency virus.

a presentation on the 2008 Nobel prize:

a presentation on the 2008 Nobel prize: Immunodeficiency virus. Student presentations on Nobel Prize winning scientists in Physiology or Medicine

https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/lists/all-nobel-laureates-in-physiology-or-medicine/Links to an external site.

This link take you to the page where you can find each prize by year. There is much information, graphics. Publications are also listed.

Pay attention to year of the prize vs. the dates on the publication list. Each student should have one slide illustrating this time line. Be creative.

I also suggest you go to the library (online or otherwise) and read at least the very latest article listed. Read the abstract, introduction and conclusion. Digest this information and use it in your talk.

Ask the librarian how to find this statistic for this article: how many times it was cited in other published articles. It might be with the article on the database search sites.

Use the textbook online to get background information on the topic. Tell us the basics before you go into the tricky stuff.

Always include why the discovery in basic science is important in health and disease. What did the discovery lead to over the years? New treatments, new tests, etc. Dig into the significance of the discovery.

Presentation Must Haves

1. short bio of all scientists

2. Where did they do the work, what lab, university etc. ?

3. Timeline for publications vs date of the Nobel Prize

4. Explain all vocabulary as found in our textbook online

5. Describe the discovery

6. Why was this important?

7. What came out of this discovery?

8. What do you think about this discovery?

9. meaningful images, lists, charts, outlines etc.

Presentation must not have

1. extensive text on a slide

2. presenter reading text on a slide

3. distracting graphics or animations

4. video clips

5. technical issues or go over time.

6. more than 8-10 slides

Student presentations on Nobel Prize winning scientists in Physiology or Medicine

https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/lists/all-nobel-laureates-in-physiology-or-medicine/Links to an external site.

This link take you to the page where you can find each prize by year. There is much information, graphics. Publications are also listed.

Pay attention to year of the prize vs. the dates on the publication list. Each student should have one slide illustrating this time line. Be creative.

I also suggest you go to the library (online or otherwise) and read at least the very latest article listed. Read the abstract, introduction and conclusion. Digest this information and use it in your talk.

Ask the librarian how to find this statistic for this article: how many times it was cited in other published articles. It might be with the article on the database search sites.

Use the textbook online to get background information on the topic. Tell us the basics before you go into the tricky stuff.

Always include why the discovery in basic science is important in health and disease. What did the discovery lead to over the years? New treatments, new tests, etc. Dig into the significance of the discovery.

Presentation Must Haves

1. short bio of all scientists

2. Where did they do the work, what lab, university etc. ?

3. Timeline for publications vs date of the Nobel Prize

4. Explain all vocabulary as found in our textbook online

5. Describe the discovery

6. Why was this important?

7. What came out of this discovery?

8. What do you think about this discovery?

9. meaningful images, lists, charts, outlines etc.

Presentation must not have

1. extensive text on a slide

2. presenter reading text on a slide

3. distracting graphics or animations

4. video clips

5. technical issues or go over time.

6. more than 8-10 slides