Tag: Science

A Young Investigator’s Roadmap: Steps to Clinical Science Success

A Young Investigator’s Roadmap: Steps to Clinical Science Success By Brenda Patoine What does it take to succeed in clinical and translational science? How does a young investigator navigate those early-career leaps from student/trainee to independently funded research scientist? What inspires a research focus, and how do you build a career around it? These questions were front and center for…

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Highlighting Women in Coastal Sciences

Highlighting Women in Coastal Sciences By Mary Beth Bassett During my career at the Galveston Park Board, I’ve had the opportunity to work with many strong and talented women. Kelly de Schaun sits at the helm and is one among many who comprise the park board and Visit Galveston’s varied teams. Obviously, the park board isn’t the only place where…

The Uzbek Girls Using Science to Help Their Community

Produced by UN Uzbekistan. Story by Anvar Meliboev, UN Information Officer, UN Uzbekistan, with editorial support by Paul VanDeCarr, Development Coordination Office “I’m originally from a small desert town called Uchkuduk,” says Malika, age 14. “And like a lot of other girls, I took dancing and singing classes and never thought about technology,” she says. That’s a common refrain. In many places…

The Advancement of Women in Biosciences

By Luke Herold The Southern California Women in Bio chapter, which includes Del Mar residents in leadership positions, has been using its programs to help more women advance in bioscience-related fields. Women in Bio was founded in 2002 to help female entrepreneurs and executives in the greater Washington, D.C., area. It has since expanded to 13 chapters with approximately 3,000…