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sue biggins
Scientist at Fred Hutch Cancer Center/HHMI. Interdisciplinary approaches to understanding chromosomes and cell division.
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sue biggins Apr 22
Way to go Akiko!
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sue biggins Apr 18
Woah.....that really is a great day!
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sue biggins Apr 17
Congrats on the American Academy of Arts and Sciences election Cynthia!!!!
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sue biggins Apr 17
Congrats to the 2019 electees of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences including faculty Denise Galloway and Nancy Davidson!
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sue biggins Apr 16
Replying to @Planaria1
Great pick!
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sue biggins Apr 16
congrats Cori! well deserved!
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sue biggins Apr 16
Replying to @ValerieforCT @McLNeuro
Had the pleasure of meeting last week and was blown away by her science and commitment to changing political landscape....most of us talk but is doing.
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sue biggins Apr 16
FYI to all in Seattle-great events with about this week:
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sue biggins Apr 16
Right and making that transition is really hard too after you have tried to skirt around the idea you have them to suddenly be bringing them up all the time in conversation.....
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sue biggins Apr 16
Replying to @NeedhiBhalla
nice to get some practical suggestions but it puts the burden on the mothers to combat the issue...and seems frustrating that junior and senior women are told to behave differently
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sue biggins Apr 14
I second all of that!
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sue biggins Apr 13
Replying to @veapen1 @JCCFund and 4 others
Great meeting! Congrats to all the JCC fellows on their inspiring science
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sue biggins Apr 10
Congrats to Rebecca for such a well deserved award!
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sue biggins Apr 8
New journal club looking for MCB student participation....check it out students!
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sue biggins Apr 8
Replying to @RusanLab
I had that same observation at a middle school recently. Call on the girls first-there is data that more girls will ask questions if the first one comes from a girl.
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sue biggins Apr 7
but also want the recipe!
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sue biggins Apr 7
just happy to see the negroni is back
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sue biggins Apr 5
Replying to @NeedhiBhalla @ehaswell
I second that! Congrats!
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sue biggins Apr 4
Replying to @HarmitMalik
I'm most excited for Harmit's virtual visit to Montana. I think it is really progressive to do a seminar trip remotely and work on our carbon footprint. Scientists need to do better to curtail global warming.
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sue biggins Apr 3
can we get info on the places and times for all these events? I see mentions of it all but no facts on presentations....
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