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A Love for Science Pushed Her to Pursue Molecular Microbiology

Molecular Microbiology

Raising Nerd’s Women In Science


Amanda Jamieson
Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
Brown University

 


Follow your passion, and don’t always stick with the easiest route.”


 

What advice would you give to girls interested in pursuing Molecular Microbiology and how did you get into Molecular Microbiology?

You should focus on what you are interested in, not necessarily what is easiest for you. Science and math were never my best or easiest subjects. I always found them challenging, but enjoyable. I remember when I was pursuing my Ph.D. at the University of California at Berkeley I ran … READ MORE

Women In Science

Meet the Spinal Surgeon That Has Advice For Girls Interested in Medicine

Spinal Surgeon

 

Raising Nerd’s Women In Science

 

 


Jessica Aidlen
Associate Chief of Spine Surgery, Newton-Wellesley Hospital
Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Tufts University School of Medicine

 


“….there are hidden opportunities in every interaction.  People will tell you that you cannot do it…you can!”


 

Dr. Jessica Aidlen is an orthopedic spine surgeon who is trailblazing the way for other women surgeons. In addition to being a role model for future women in medicine, she also teaches orthopedic residents and spine surgeon fellows sharing her expertise and experience with the next generation of surgeons. A top recommended and rated … READ MORE