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From Being Your Own Advocate to Balance: More Stories From Women in STEM
By Cornerstone Blog, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute | March 26, 2020
Stoneleigh Fellow Meredith Matone is featured in a new post by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia on women in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.
Welcome to the second installment of our Women in STEM gallery! Continuing our yearly tradition of highlighting scientists who work in fields that have historically been underrepresented by women, we are excited to spotlight five more researchers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and their words of advice for the next generation of female scientists. In the first part of this series, we featured scientists working in fields ranging from injury research to neurobiology.
In this segment, we highlight individuals who study how to develop novel cancer treatments, reduce bullying and aggression, strengthen public health programs for mothers, and much more. United in their mission to advance children’s health, they share stories that will inspire, including what drives their research and the advice they would offer to those aspiring to a career in STEM.