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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 21 – Didem Sarikaya, Developmental and Evolutionary Biologist

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Interview with Didem Sarikaya, Developmental and Evolutionary Biologist, soon to be Harvard PhD, also an artist. Didem is interested in understanding how animals grown. She combines tools in developmental genetics, comparative evo-devo, and fieldwork in fruit flies (Drosophila) to investigate how animals make organs of different sizes.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 13 – Pinshane Huang, Materials Research Scientist, Applied Physicist

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Pinshane HuangInterview with Pinshane Huang, who has a phd in applied physics and is a postdoc at Columbia University in the Materials Research Science & Engineering Center. She is a photographer for tiny things.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 12 – Alison Criscitiello, Glaciologist

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AlisonCriscitielloInterview with Alison Criscitiello, a Post-doctoral Fellow at the University of Calgary, as a glaciologist studying ice core chemistry.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 11 – Amanda Liesch, Soil Physics PhD Student

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mandylieschInterview with Amanda Liesch, Master Hole Digger, Queen of Soils and a Soil Physics PhD Student at North Carolina State University.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 10 – Heather Olins, Organismic and Evolutionary Biologist

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heatherolinsInterview with Heather Olins, PhD candidate in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University, studying deep sea hydrothermal vent microbial ecology.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 7 – Olivia Pavco-Giaccia, Founder of Lab Candy, Cognitive Scientist

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oliviaInterview with Olivia Pavco-Giaccia, Founder & CEO of LabCandy and Junior in Cognitive Sciences at Yale University.

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Women in STEM Podcast Episode 4 – Marie Webster, research scientist & post-doctoral fellow at The Wistar Institute

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marie-labcoatInterview with Marie Webster, Post-doctoral Fellow and research scientist at The Wistar Institute with a PhD in Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences.

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Women in Science, Interview with Katie McGill, Physics PhD Candidate and Creator of the YouTube Channel, The Physics Factor

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Katie_239x239As cool as physics is, just like any graduate degree, it’s still quite a bit of work to get.  Add in creating YouTube videos about the field you love, and what Katie McGill does is pretty amazing.  Today she shares her story with us, not only about being a physics PhD candidate, but also about creating videos for her YouTube Channel, The Physics Factor. Continue Reading →