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Is it possible??

Karen Allendoerfer ravena at cco.caltech.edu
Wed Jan 8 09:54:55 EST 1997


In article <5aukdf$79t at light.nih.gov>,
Bharathi Jagadeesh <bjag at ln.nimh.nih.gov> wrote:
>
>For others who like to see or hear of examples of women who
>have children and are practicing high level science, here's
>my short list of people I can remember of the top of my head:
>
>Story Landis, NINDS intramural director
>Leslie Ungerleider, Lab Chief, Brain and Cognition, NIMH, NIH
>Sarah Pallas, University of Georgia, Developmental neurobiologist
>Rae Nishi, Oregon Health Sciences University, neuroscientist
>Margaret Livingstone, Harvard, neurophysiologist
>
>I'd love to see others add to my list of women scientists in
>academic positions who have children.

Marianne Bronner-Fraser, Caltech, Developmental Neurobiologist
Pamela Bjorkman, Caltech, X-Ray Crystallographer/Immunologist
Gwen Jacobs, UC Berkeley, Neurophysiologist
Shirley Tilghman, Princeton, Molecular Biologist




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