Can Women in Science and Medicine Achieve Work/Life Satisfaction?
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Marion Miner Cook Athenaeum, Claremont McKenna College
The Marion Miner Cook Athenaeum at Claremont McKenna College will be hosting a panel discussion, including a discussion of success for women pursuing careers in science and medicine. Those interested in Claremont Graduate University's Women in Leadership Across the Disciplines series are encouraged to attend.
The full panel discussion will include:
Angelika Niemz, Arnold and Mabel Beckman Professor, director of research, Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences; co-author, Specific versus Nonspecific Isothermal DNA Amplification through Thermophilic Polymerase and Nicking Enzyme Activities (2008) and Isothermal DNA Amplification with Gold Nanosphere-based Visual Colorimetric Readout for Herpes Simplex Virus Detection (2007)
Nina Karnovsky, associate professor of biology, Pomona College; co-author, The Impact and Importance of Production in Polynyas to Top-trophic Predators: Three Case Histories (2007) and Foraging Behavior of Little Auks in a Heterogeneous Environment (2003)
Jean Doble, research director, Amgen, Inc.
Stephanie Cropper, M.D.; obstetrician and gynecologist; "Women in Science and Medicine: Can You Achieve Work/Family Satisfaction?" (panel 12:15 p.m.)