A summary of your work.
Start with a simple sentence which explains your specific area of study, avoiding jargon, in the first person. So: "My research focuses on..."
Then, step back and provide a line to give context: why is your research important?
Now explain your work in more detail. What are you looking at specifically, and how do you do it? Again, keep jargon to a minimum, and remember to use the active first person.
You should also explain how it's having an impact. Is it inspiring new practice, changing policy, going into large-scale trials, or saving lives?
You might like to wrap up with ongoing projects and intended future work.
Also, feel free to include any important affiliations or teaching commitments.
Identifying population differences in whole-brain structural networks: a machine learning approach.
Robinson EC. et al, (2010), Neuroimage, 50, 910 - 919
Multivariate Statistical Analysis of Whole Brain Structural Networks Obtained Using Probabilistic Tractography
Robinson EC. et al, Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention - Part I
Probabilistic white matter and fiber tract atlas construction
Robinson E. and Robinson EC.