Jun 2, 2022
Standing on the podium to give a presentation can be a daunting task. Sharing your knowledge and research with a room of strangers is often not easy. Virtual audiences, while perhaps less fear-inspiring, can be even harder to engage. Dr. Glastonbury shared tips on how to conceive and prepare your next presentation and then present so that you can connect with your audience, share your expertise, and enjoy the experience.
Upon completion of this activity, participants were able to:
Presenter: Christine M. Glastonbury, MBBS, is a Professor of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging, Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, and Radiation Oncology at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Glastonbury is a Neuroradiologist with a particular academic and clinical interest Head & Neck (HN) Imaging, and specifically HN cancer. She works closely with the Radiation Oncologists and HN surgeons on a weekly basis to optimize the care of HN cancer patients at UCSF. She has written and published multiple books, more than 130 articles and received multiple awards for teaching, mentoring and for education exhibits at scientific meetings.
Dr. Glastonbury completed her medical degree and Radiology training at the University of Adelaide and the Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia before completing a fellowship at the Hammersmith Hospital in London. She then completed two years of Neuroradiology Fellowship and a year of Body Fellowship at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City before moving to San Francisco in 2001.
At UCSF Dr. Glastonbury is the Vice-Chair for Academic Affairs and served as interim Chief of Neuroradiology for nearly 4 years until August 2021. She is the director of Mentoring in Radiology, a member of the Radiology Diversity Committee, and a co-founder and strong advocate for UCSF Women in Radiology. Dr. Glastonbury serves on the Executive Council of the American Roentgen Ray Society and on the Executive Committee for the American Society of Head and Neck Radiology where she is also the Treasurer. She is the Program President for the Symposium Neuroradiologicum XXII of the World Federation of Neuroradiological Sciences in May 2022.