The March for Science was a huge success! All over the country people stood up to say that facts and evidence matter. Unfortunately, scientists can’t afford to remain in the background anymore. We must reach out to the public, we must help them to understand, and make scientific data more accessible. Today, Chicago proved we are the science city, with more marchers than even DC had, and incredible attendance at the expo after. While I didn’t get to march due to setting up the Woodruff lab booth, I did get to talk to so many people about science! People from all ages stopped by to discuss some of the current projects in the Woodruff and Laronda labs. Continue reading
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Stepping away from the bench to discuss communication strategies
I’m so thankful to have had the opportunity to discuss strategies for communicating reproductive science (and science in general) to a doubtful world with the Northwestern University MS Health Communication students yesterday. What a great program! I couldn’t have asked for a more receptive and engaged audience. I’m really hoping to be able to collaborate with some of these students in the future and bring some of our ideas together. It was so refreshing to step away from the bench work and academic research based talks that I’m used to giving, to discuss something equally important in the scientific community.
Merry Christmas from the Woodruff lab!
Check out our mannequin challenge!
Good manufacturing requirements for clinical trial kits
I had such a great time working on this project with one of my good friends and mentors in our GMP bunny suits! We put in a lot of late nights at the GMP facility in order to complete this side project without taking away from our main research. We are also getting the cover when it’s printed! Check out our paper below!
Good manufacturing practice requirements for the production of tissue vitrification and warming and recovery kits for clinical research