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ChatGPT for Researchers:

Elevate your Impact

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12:00pm - 1:00pm (AEDT)

Tuesday, March 26th

12:00pm – 1:00pm (AEDT)
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About the Webinar

This webinar explores the capabilities of ChatGPT as a transformative tool for researchers, focusing on enhancing communication outputs to maximize research impact. Attendees will gain insights into how ChatGPT can assist in crafting compelling impact narratives, simplifying complex content, and refining drafts, which are crucial for both securing funding and disseminating research findings.

The session will highlight the importance of effective communication in research, demonstrating how ChatGPT can aid in articulating research in a way that resonates with diverse audiences. By walking through a practical example using both the free and paid versions of ChatGPT, attendees will observe firsthand the tool’s adaptability and power in enhancing their communication endeavors.

THIS FREE WEBINAR WILL HELP YOU

Understand the multifaceted role of ChatGPT in research communication.
Understand the multifaceted role of ChatGPT in research communication.
Learn to leverage AI for more efficient and impactful research dissemination.
Learn to leverage AI for more efficient and impactful research dissemination.
Learn communication strategies for research impact, e.g. crafting impact narratives and simplifying complex content
Learn communication strategies for research impact, e.g. crafting impact narratives and simplifying complex content

Webinar Host

Kate Shook

Research Impact Officer, Research Impact Academy

As Research Impact Officer at the Research Impact Academy (RIA), Kate excels in delivering impactful case studies and providing crucial support in evaluations and reporting for clients. With a robust background in health promotion, research, and policy spanning both the public and private sectors, she showcases a strong commitment to meaningful causes. Kate's exceptional skills in communication, advocacy, and project management have been honed through diverse roles aimed at improving health outcomes. Drawing from her experience as an educator, Kate brings a deep appreciation for evidence-based practice, enabling her to develop and deliver educational content that resonates with diverse learners. At RIA, Kate's optimistic and collaborative approach, coupled with her passion for quality research, assists researchers in effectively communicating their impact. She contributes to RIA's research impact consulting services, focused training solutions, and global membership offerings, playing a vital role in empowering researchers to amplify their work's significance and drive meaningful change.
As Research Impact Officer at the Research Impact Academy (RIA), Kate excels in delivering impactful case studies and providing crucial support in evaluations and reporting for clients. With a robust background in health promotion, research, and policy spanning both the public and private sectors, she showcases a strong commitment to meaningful causes. Kate’s exceptional skills in communication, advocacy, and project management have been honed through diverse roles aimed at improving health outcomes. Drawing from her experience as an educator, Kate brings a deep appreciation for evidence-based practice, enabling her to develop and deliver educational content that resonates with diverse learners. At RIA, Kate’s optimistic and collaborative approach, coupled with her passion for quality research, assists researchers in effectively communicating their impact. She contributes to RIA’s research impact consulting services, focused training solutions, and global membership offerings, playing a vital role in empowering researchers to amplify their work’s significance and drive meaningful change.

Our Guest Speaker

Daniela Martin

Director of Communications, Institute for Methods Innovation

Daniela Martin is a science communicator with more than 15 years of experience in project management, media production, teaching, and research. She has been a consultant in strategic communication, and social and cultural management for governments, universities, and international organizations such as UNESCO, UN-Habitat, Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), and UK Research and Innovation.


Daniela is the Director of Communications at the Institute for Methods Innovation where she leads communication planning efforts and manages the company’s social media and online presence. Since joining IMI, she has contributed to over a dozen research projects, including several large EU projects funded by the European Commission. She is also a Research and Communications Associate at Institute for Science and Innovation Communication where she is involved in the EU-funded project AURORA.


Over the past few years, Daniela has worked as a university professor in Mexico (ITESO) and Germany (Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences), teaching subjects related to science communication, cultural management, citizen science, and media production. She also has extensive experience in communication and media production, having worked with international production companies such as Disney and LucasFilm Ltd.
Daniela Martin is a science communicator with more than 15 years of experience in project management, media production, teaching, and research. She has been a consultant in strategic communication, and social and cultural management for governments, universities, and international organizations such as UNESCO, UN-Habitat, Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), and UK Research and Innovation. Daniela is the Director of Communications at the Institute for Methods Innovation where she leads communication planning efforts and manages the company’s social media and online presence. Since joining IMI, she has contributed to over a dozen research projects, including several large EU projects funded by the European Commission. She is also a Research and Communications Associate at Institute for Science and Innovation Communication where she is involved in the EU-funded project AURORA. Over the past few years, Daniela has worked as a university professor in Mexico (ITESO) and Germany (Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences), teaching subjects related to science communication, cultural management, citizen science, and media production. She also has extensive experience in communication and media production, having worked with international production companies such as Disney and LucasFilm Ltd.