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Women in Science and Medicine Podcast

Women in Science & Medicine Podcast

The Women in Science and Medicine podcast features discussions with female scientists within West Virginia University and other institutions. In this series, we’ll share the achievements and insights from some of the country’s top female scientists and learn from their experiences to understand how they came to be passionate about science and overcame any obstacles in their paths. This podcast is offered by West Virginia University’s Office of Research and Graduate Education.

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Courtney discusses the different sexual health resources available on campus for WVU students. This includes the services at WELLWVU, Student Health Services, the Mountaineer Pharmacy, the LGBTQ+ Center, the Women’s Resource Center, and the Mon County Health Department. She also provides som… Read moreWomen in Science & Medicine Podcast: Campus Sexual Health Resources

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In this episode, Mallory sits down with Dr. Shelley Hwang, Duke University’s Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Surgery, Professor in the Departments of Surgery and Radiology, and Co-Leader of their Women’s Cancer Program in the Duke Cancer Institute. Read moreWomen in Science & Medicine Podcast: Duke University’s Shelley Hwang, MD

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Find out about what The Women in Science and Medicine podcast is all about in this preview episode. Hosted by Mallory Weaver, this podcast will feature discussions with some of the country’s top female scientists to understand how they came to be passionate about science and overcame any obs… Read moreWomen in Science & Medicine Podcast: Welcome to the podcast

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