Tag Archives: women in science

5 Key Characteristics of Scientists that Excel

The new R & D head of a major Biopharma company was asked about the key attributes he most admires in the scientists in his organization. The characteristics he mentioned were exactly the ones that I had come to appreciate

“It’s a balancing act alright”

The problem: “Family formation (marriage and childbirth) is a key factor for the departure from the STEM workforce between Ph.D. receipt and achieving tenure for women in the sciences. Needed progress can take place only through changes in the attitudes,

Nobody Puts a Lady in the Corner

I recently shared my research and current career success at a departmental graduate seminar.   During this type of student-centered seminar, I always describe my experiences at the BEST PLACE EVER to do a post-doc (if you are interested in biomedical


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