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“I keep the positives of science into focus”: an interview with Prof. Marianne Bronner

As a member of the Women in Science network from CiM, I have recently interviewed Prof. Marianne Bronner, a professor of developmental biology at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). We discussed her point of view on issues like impostor’s syndrome, mentorship strategies, and the importance of motivating young female scientists by projecting the positive and fun aspects of a scientific career. You can read the full interview here: An interview with Prof. Marianne Bronner    

“What matters most in doing research is enjoying the process”: an interview with Prof. Anna Akhmanova

Prof. Anna Akhmanova, a professor of cell biology at Utrecht University, has recently given a talk as part of the lecture series ‘Pioneers in Cell Dynamics and Imaging’ organized by the Cells-in-Motion Cluster of Excellence (CiM) in Muenster, Germany. In that occasion, I had the pleasure to interview her and get to know her point of view on pros and cons of a career in academia, the greatest challenges of mentorship, and the role of women in science. You can read the interview here: An interview with Prof. Anna Akhmanova