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Leslie Vosshall PhD Nov 19
Open letter to the Editor-in-Chief of about the AlShebli paper, which claims that training with damages the careers of young scientists
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Prof. Akiko Iwasaki Nov 19
Today, it seems more relevant than ever to repost this tweet. Women make excellent mentors. Join their labs.
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Lauren Hope WMBB 3h
Dual-degreed baby! 🥳 Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in meteorology today - Feels great to say I’m officially a meteorologist ☀️
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Daisy Shu Nov 23
Happy Monday! Wishing you all a great lab week 🤩❤️🙌
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Elena Gómez-Díaz 🧬🦠🦟🌍 Nov 23
A group of from Spain, we have written a letter to the editor of about the AlShebli paper, which claims being mentored by women hurts young scientists' careers. Due to inappropriate analysis and erroneous and damaging conclusions, we request retraction
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Julie A Sosa 21h
Breastfeeding has benefits but pumping results in ⬇️productivity/pay. For MDs, a 30min lactation hold/half day clinic session for 1 yr from birthdate & 1.5 wRVU credit per hold will be provided. Similar for APPs. Thanks for lactation RVUs & !
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Amy Newman 21h
Congratulations Dr. Freeman! defended her PhD thesis on carry-over effects in young , an incredible body of work w/ the Newman lab & . Today was a true celebration of Koley's many accomplishments.
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The B1M Nov 24
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Cherry Jones Nov 18
I can definitively say that I wouldn’t be sitting here, proudly holding my soil core and applying to grad school, without my mentors and role models
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Jennifer Hotes - ⛈My mom’s favorite author🌈📚 2m
So proud of my eldest for their new Electrical Engineering Designer position straight out of 💛💙💛💙
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PhD Studentessa Nov 21
As a woman in STEM, I feel like an absolute BOSS right now. I passed my comps... During a pandemic... Fighting a migraine... On my period. Can any of the other women in grad school give me a hallelujah?!
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Dr Fiona Rawle Nov 18
I cancelled lecture bcs I've lost my voice. Responses from students made my day: -drink some soup -sleep! -go watch manifest - best show ever -get a warm blanket & watch Schitt's Creek -snuggle the dog -drink green tea -focus on you rather than us!
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Matthew Brown Nov 20
My mind wandered while working on a proposal today and I decided to make this instead. FYI, this is in reference to the horrendous and sexist article that has been rightfully lambasted by and many others.
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ALBA Network Nov 23
ALBA sent this letter to on behalf of a collective of researchers last Friday 20 Nov, calling for the paper's retraction in its current form. Thank you all for work and support of this initiative. Learn more and sign the letter:
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Lindsey Fitzharris Nov 17
: here's Frances Glessner Lee, an American forensic scientist, creating true crime scene dioramas to train homicide detectives. She helped found the Department of Legal Medicine at Harvard University in 1931, when forensics was still in its infancy.
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Hannah Zlotnick Nov 21
Behind the scenes of this morning’s Virtual Experience. Thank you to our awesome Perry Mentors and participants for another great virtual program.
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Kelsi Hagerty Nov 23
Hear me out ladies.... A T-shirt with XX chromosomes that says “SRY NOT SRY. ” If you know you know
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Marguerite Rose Nov 17
Proud of this meme I made for my cell biology class
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Andreia Pinto Nov 19
The cilium - I have loads of this is my life, I reckon I can say I already saw thousands and I still think they are one of the most beautiful and perfect features of the cell 😌
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Carolee Bull Nov 19
I often share tidbits about the amazing women who isolated described & named the plant pathogenic bacteria I work with. Today I received a copy of Charlotte Elliott’s Manual of Bacterial Plant Pathogens. I loved that she tipped her hat to my heroins.
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