Inspiring women in stem
Tuesday, February 2, 2021
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Are you a woman STEM researcher? Do you have questions or concerns about being a woman in STEM? Would you like to learn from women who have distinguished themselves in the STEM field?
An interactive panel of inspiring women from cross-disciplinary STEM fields share their unique journeys at this event. Panelists represent different career stages to offer the broadest perspective possible. Following the panel discussion is a one-on-one networking session where panelists providing attendees with an opportunity to gain further insight. This event is open to local community members, high school students, and the UArizona community at large and is designed to inspire women in their pursuit of a STEM education and/or career.
2021 Keynote Speaker and Panelists
Barbara Fransway, PSM, ASCPCM - Manager, Genomic Research Services at UAGC
Erika Barton - Undergraduate Student (Public Health) and KEYS Alumna
Ying-Hui Chou, Sc.D. - Assistant Professor (Cognition and Neural Systems) and Director of Brain Imaging and TMS Laboratory
Clara Curiel-Lewandrowski, M.D. - Professor (Medicine - Dermatology), Interim Chief of the Division of Dermatology
Kristen Pogreba-Brown, Ph.D., M.P.H. - Assistant Professor (Public Health - Epidemiology and Biostatistics)
Malak Tfaily, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor (Environmental Science)