The Student and Academic Services at the Universities at Shady Grove (USG), will host its annual event: “Celebrating Women in STEM: Inspiring Innovation, 2019” on October 3, 2019, from 3:00-7:00pm.
The event is a mini-symposium focusing on research insights and career pathways for women in STEMM (second M for Medicine). We will have a panel presentation with discussion and a networking session for students and attendees.
With the upcoming opening of the new Biomedical Sciences and Engineering (BSE) facility, USG’s partner universities will be able to bring additional STEMM degrees to this campus and region in the coming years.
Let’s bring together bright minds and kind hearts, and inspire emerging scientists and students and make strong meaningful connections among all attendees!
Keynote Speaker: Carla Easter, Ph.D.
Chief, Education and Community Involvement Branch
National Human Genome Research Institute
Panel Moderator: Hadiya Woodham, Ph.D.
Program Director, Biological Sciences
University of Maryland, College Park at USG
The featured panelist are:
– Kandice Tanner Ph.D. (NIH Stadtman Investigator Head, Tissue Morphodynamics Unit)
– Oldooz Hazrati, Ph.D. (Senior Staff Fellow at FDA)
– Luz J Martinez-Miranda, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering at UMD, Maryland Energy Innovation Institute)
Chair of Networking Session: Mina Izadjoo, Ph.D.
President and Chief Science Officer
Integrated Pharma Services
We are asking all attendees to please RSVP.