Research Investigators in the Sealy Center on Aging are invited to Share Your Science.
The internet is a useful tool for staying up to date on new findings and resources. It also provides an important means by which researchers can make their discoveries known and interact with peers and potential collaborators. An ongoing initiative of the Sealy Center on Aging helps faculty share information and get noticed online. In this process, the researcher receives notification that their grant is funded, or their paper published. Then, they send information to our email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We draft news and social media posts (Facebook and Twitter), and sometimes a press release for the researcher to approve.
We disseminate the Information to our website news and social media (Twitter and Facebook). Some topics are included in the Community Connection newsletter, an ongoing initiative with a mailing list that is made up of more than 800 local subscribers as of June 2023.
We also share press releases with UTMB Marketing and Communications, for possible dissemination through additional channels.