On May 1 Stanford University held a Women in Bioscience Symposium featuring one woman faculty member from each of Stanford's eight bioscience departments.
"In addition to discussing their research, the speakers were asked to describe one challenge they have faced as women scientists and to offer one piece of advice for young scientists."Now videos of those presentations are available online.
- Julie Theriot, associate professor of biochemistry and microbiology & immunology (representing two departments)
- Judith Frydman, associate professor of biological sciences
- Daria Mochly-Rosen, professor of chemical systems biology
- Anne Villeneuve, associate professor of developmental biology and genetics
- Michele Calos, associate professor of genetics
- Miriam Goodman, assistant professor of molecular and cellular physiology
- Jennifer Raymond, assistant professor of neurobiology
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