UK +44 (0)1865 849841
Malaysia +60 3 2117 5193

Tag: International Women’s Day

Nicole Pamme on Paper Microfluidics

At the 3rd Microfluidics Congress: Europe, Nicole Pamme told us about her greatest career achievements and her advice for women in science.

Read More

Jo Martin on Women in Science

At the 4th Digital Pathology Congress in London, we caught up with the president of the Royal College of Pathologists, Jo Martin. She gave us an insight into her career and advice for women getting into science.

Read More

Will Digital Pathology Replace Pathologists?

Bethany Williams was the world’s first Leadership and Management Fellow in Digital Pathology and is now a PhD Fellow at Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust and the University of Leeds. We caught up with her at the 4th Digital Pathology Congress where she spoke to us about the future of digital pathology and reflected on her greatest career achievements.

Read More

The Challenges Women Face in Pursuing a Career in STEM

Guro E. Lind is a group leader at the Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital and a professor at the University of Oslo. We caught up with her at the 4Bio Summit to find out what she thinks needs to be done to achieve gender equality for women in STEM. 

Read More

International Women’s Day: An Interview with Patricia Silveyra

In celebration of International Women’s Day on the 8th March, Global Engage is pleased to present a series of blog posts this week, showcasing the work of several key women in the field of science. The theme for this years’ International Women’s Day is ‘Press for Progress’ so we caught up with Patricia Silveyra, a full-time Assistant Professor at the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, to discuss what she thinks needs to be done to achieve gender equality for women in science.

Read More

Do Women in Science Need Mentors?

Dr. Catherine Kibirige currently works with the Human Immunology Laboratory of the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative in London, developing new assays and methodologies for their research. 

Here, she takes us through her day, her research, and her advice for young women pursuing a career in science.

Read More

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Get free reports and resources from our world class speakers.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Archive