Transforming a boring image with bullet points into a slide reflecting the beauty and complexity of nature

Today’s slide is meant to introduce a more extensive topic but, with its dense text and unimpressive graphic, it would fail to excite a target group’s curiosity.

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How poorly designed slide decks can have devastating consequences in the pharma industry

If you work in pharma, you’ve probably seen cluttered, text-heavy PowerPoint presentations. The kind of decks that make you squint to read the miniscule axis labels and make you strain to follow the logically incoherent structure, only to give up after the third slide.

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Understanding the concept of an anti-tumor vaccine

In today’s episode of our series “How to make complex medical science accessible”, we will show how we turned a complex immunological cascade set off by an anti-tumor vaccine into an easily understandable step-by-step sequence in PowerPoint.

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How to build better slide decks

Today we explore the simple, practical, concrete steps you can take to develop more effective and engaging slide decks for scientific communication.

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Stress response physiology

In today’s episode of our series “How to make complex medical science accessible,” we would like to use an example to show how to turn a complex slide about physiological processes in the human brain into an easily understandable animation sequence in PowerPoint.

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Escape Mechanisms Slide Deck

Today we will look at how to get the most out of scientific slide decks in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry. Over the past 20 years we have seen scientific slide decks almost every day.

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Sharpening the message of key study results

To differentiate their product from the competition, communicating the results of scientific studies is crucial for pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Their MSLs need effective tools in order to be able to engage health care professionals in a meaningful dialogue. Read more

How a clear structure helps to achieve a precise comparison

Today’s slide compares two carbohydrate structures used to formulate iron-replacement therapies. The original slide gives a lot of information on the differences between the two structures and what that means, but there is no clear graphic structure showing a comparison.
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Telling a visual story using a scientific slide deck

Scientific slide decks, mostly implemented in PowerPoint, play many important roles in medical affairs:
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Self-directed learning with PowerPoint: visually appealing and cost effective

Training for Medical Affairs is always challenging—particularly in the onboarding phase, when employees with different knowledge levels start their jobs at different points in time. Read more