I would say yes. I made a PowerPoint presentation to show to 10 people in my summer research program and my PI still wanted to look at it before I presented. Maybe my lab is particularly strict but it seems reasonable that if the PI's name is on it, they should see it, because you could come up with a load of s*** that could damage their reputation just by being associated.
Isn't he using data from the PI's lab? I would think it would be a bit dodgy to present that data as your own.If you are adding someone as an author, they have to see the final work before submission/presentation. Otherwise, don't add their name and just present it as a solo author.
Yeah OP for sure would have to include his PI's name if he's using the data in the lab. Which in turn means OP's PI has to check the presentation for validity before submission. I was generally referring to any author, and in this case, it's impossible for OP to be a sole author unless he did his own study with his own data gathered from his own resources.Isn't he using data from the PI's lab? I would think it would be a bit dodgy to present that data as your own.