Tag: BiInSci

Unique Scientist: Sam Athey

Time to meet Sam Athey (She/her)! Sam is a PhD student at the University of Toronto in Canada studying microplastics and their associated chemical contaminants. What kind of scientist are you? I’m a PhD student studying microplastics and their associated chemical contaminants. What made you want to become a scientist?I grew up in southwest Florida…

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Unique Scientist: Dr. Cynthia Fadem

Time to meet Dr. Cynthia Fadem (She/her)! Dr. Fadem is an Associate Professor of Geology at Earlham College in the USA where she studies geoarchaeology, environmental science, and geoscience education! What kind of scientist are you? I study the broad fields of geoarchaeology, environmental science, and geoscience education. I analyze soils, stable isotope chemistry, geomorphology,…

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Unique Scientist: Evelyn Bordeaux

Say hello to meet Evelyn Bordeaux (She/her)! Evelyn is a Ph.D. student in the Sikora Lab at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus studying cancer biology! What kind of scientist are you? I am currently a PhD student at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. I am studying the unique biology of Invasive Lobular…

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Unique Scientist: Jiwandeep Kohli

Meet Jiwandeep Kohli (He/Him/His)! Jiwandeep lives in the USA where he works at San Diego State University/The University of California San Diego. What kind of scientist are you? I’m a neuroscientist and PhD student in the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program (JDP) in Clinical Psychology. I am broadly interested in applications of various neuroimaging…

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Unique Scientist: Naomi Cox

Say hello to Naomi Cox (She/Her)! Naomi currently lives in the UK where she works at The University of Sheffield (@sheffieldAPS). What kind of scientist are you? I work with rice! (yes, that rice…)  In my PhD I am trying to learn more about how rice leaves develop. I’m hoping that if we understand how…

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