Say hello to Gabrielle! One of the many winners of the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship, Gabrielle works to better human’s understanding of lymphomas by developing a gene-editing system that could prevent their development.
EDUCATION: B.S in Biochemistry at Stony Brook; starting a Ph.D. at Rockefeller University in the Fall. RESEARCH INTERESTS: Viral evolution and innate immunity against viruses. FUTURE GOALS:My immediate goal is to get my Ph.D. and after that I plan to continue doing research. I’d love to do a post-doc at a place like the National Institute of Health (NIH).
Are you pregnant? Are you thinking about getting pregnant? One of the first things you can do is check out the Pregnant On Campus Initiative website, which compiles lists of available resources for pregnant and parenting college students. While the above page is primarily geared towards undergraduate students, a lot of those resources are available to graduate students as well.
This Saturday, May 11th, SBU’s Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) will be hosting its First Annual Northeast Regional Symposium for Advocates of Women in Science and Medicine! To help kick off the event, we decided to interview the woman behind it all, Margaret Shevik, who wants to inspire other women in her field to pursue careers in science and medicine.
EDUCATION: B.S. in Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development, University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences; B.A. in Art History, University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts, MD/Ph.D. candidate in Pharmacology, student in the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) at Stony Brook University
Finally the last, but not the least, of our presenters at the upcoming Women’s Research in STEM Showcase that is happening on Thursday, April 4th, from 6 to 9 pm. The following scientists study bluff erosion, the genetics of epilepsy, parallel programming, cancer stem cells, and the effect of global change on marine life.
Say hello to four more amazing scientists who are studying areas like how social media profiles users, the spine’s played a role in human evolution, the chemistry of antibiotics, and how fungus becomes resistant. Learn more about them below and next Thursday, April 4th, at our Showcase!