Applied Biomedical Communication

Biomedical Communication, offered in Fall 2015, will cover methodology, technique, and ethical issues fundamental to written, oral, and visual communications in the biologic and medical sciences. Topics include: scientific method/reasoning, hypothesis development, adaptation for audience, communication format and voice, types of publications, source citation, and peer review.

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About cmanneri

Christy is a graduate of the Biden School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware with a master's in Public Administration. She is the chief operating officer of a local non-profit, 3B Brae’s Brown Bags and a Communications Specialist for the University of Delaware. Her research interests include issues of social justice, such as nutritional insecurity, community re-entry, and domestic violence. She also volunteers with her local school district and has a deep passion for education policy, as she believes many social injustices stem from inequitable opportunities in education.