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stylized pathway of chemicals leading to a clock then to a human form with a circadian pathway

Circadian Biology Meeting Presentation

Professor at University of Southern California


An important aspect about designing presentations for clients is understanding the audience. If the audience is a group of scientists, the presentation master deck should be an engaging yet non-distracting frame to highlight the scientific results.

The main consideration when working with a renown scientist on fine-tuning his slide presentation for the 85th Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Symposium on Quantitative Biology: Biological Time Keeping was to design a landing slide visual that encapsulated the theme of his research.

The narrative in this case was how small molecules can be introduced to regulate the core circadian clock proteins, which then affect specific aspects of tumor growth regulation. The outcome was a slide deck design that pictorially helped the audience envision "drugging the clock."

Once the central design was completed, elements of the drugging the clock visual were used as slide transitions between the data and results this scientist was sharing to present his research to the audience.

JEFS STA received feedback from an audience member that the "drugging the clock" image was very impactful in capturing the essence of the talk's message.

Watch this example of JEFS STA animation using PowerPoint slides and the morph transition.

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