Perspectives of Women in Science
The purpose of this Annual Lectureship is to expose students and faculty at Yale School of Medicine to the unique perspectives of prominent female physician-scientists. A seasoned female physician scientist will be invited annually to give a 1 hour lecture on her path to a successful career in science, discussing her scientific career with the context of personal and professional opportunities and challenges that shaped her path to becoming a physician-scientist. The speaker will be chosen by the MSTP student body.
This lecture series is sponsored by the Dean’s Office and the MD-PhD Program.
Christine Seidman, MD
Thomas W. Smith Professor of Medicine and Genetics and HHMI Investigator, Harvard Medical School
"Relaxation Matters: Lessons from Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy"
Valentina Greco, PhD
Carolyn Walch Slayman Professor of Genetics, Professor of Cell Biology and of Dermatology, Yale School of Medicine
“Capturing tissue function and dynamics by live imaging: the power of multiple lenses”