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#WCWinSTEM: Silvia Lorena Mazzula, Ph.D.

This week’s #WCWinSTEM, is Dr. Silvia Lorena Mazzula, a diversity and mental health expert and the executive director of the Latina Researchers Network! As compiled by Léolène Carrington, Ph.D. If you watched the most recent #VanguardSTEM episode, then you remember Dr. Mazzula and her in-depth insights on “Minding our Mental Health” as Women of Color. She gave sage advice on self-care […]

Ama Arthur Rowe, M.D.

This week’s #WCWinSTEM, is Dr. Ama Arthur Rowe, a clinical psychiatrist who’s clinical interests include, but not limited to  psychosomatic medicine and biomedical ethics! As compiled by Léolène Carrington, Ph.D. If you got to see our most recent #VanguardSTEM episode, then you were privy of Dr. Rowe in-depth insights on “Minding our Mental Health” as Women of […]

#WCWinSTEM: Michelle T. Tong, Ph.D.

This week’s #WCWinSTEM is Dr. Michelle T. Tong, a behavioral neuroscientist interested in understanding smell, memory and STEM-ed! As compiled by Leolene Carrington, Ph.D. Dr. Tong is also responsible for the longest-running #VanguardSTEM watch party we know of at Earlham College. We’re super-excited to feature her and look forward to working with her even more closely in the […]

#WCWinSTEM: Raychelle Burks, Ph.D.

This week’s #WCWinSTEM is Dr. Raychelle Burks. She’s a self-described “analytical chemistry blackademic in the ivory tower and a class clown now in charge of a classroom.” As compiled by Chrystelle Vilfranc If you got to see our most recent #VanguardSTEM episode, then you saw Dr. Raychelle Burks in action. With a razor-sharp wit and […]

#WCWinSTEM: Dr. Keturah Odoi

This week’s #WCWinSTEM is Dr. Keturah Odoi, a chemist interested in understanding the epigenetic role of proteins in cancer development. As compiled by Chrystelle Vilfranc This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Tell us a little bit about yourself: I was born in Ghana, West Africa and moved to Oklahoma when I was […]