H. Adam Steinberg was an Artist/Scientist for the Department of Biochemistry on the UW-Madison Campus for nearly 20 years (1990-2009). During that time, and since, he has worked on many hundreds of research articles, reviews, grants, pitch decks, posters and scientific presentations.
Adam has been teaching Undergrads, Post docs, and faculty for 25 years now, on how to effectively communicate their science through research posters and research talks, and on how to visualize their data, giving numerous talks on these topics at many colleges and universities, medical schools and medical colleges, and pharmaceutical companies throughout the United States. He also spent considerable time mentoring and teaching students in both art and science at local K-12 schools.
BS, Art with a second major in Zoology, University of Wisconsin–Madison
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- Past President Ouisconsing School of Collaboration