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For nearly three decades, Wandinger-Ness has shown dedication to increasing the diversity of students pursuing doctoral studies in pathology and developing the skills necessary for her trainees to become successful scientists and effective mentors in their own right.

The broad spectrum of lying and the scientific disciplines involved in understanding what drives such behaviors was topic of AAAS lecture.
Alongside friends from her dance group, Scherich performed a dance that explained her study of the braid groups.
An "immune clock" of pregnancy could guide future researchers as they explore ways to prevent disorders like preterm birth.