Ever wondered about the professors, post-docs, and graduate students behind the science done at Yale? Spectrum is an interview podcast focused on the human aspects of being in STEM.
In Conversation with Meg Urry
Meg Urry is the Israel Munson Professor of Physics and Astronomy, the former President of the American Astronomical Society, and also the Director of the Yale Center for Astronomy & Astrophysics at Yale University.
In Conversation with Kimberley Gibson
Kimberley Gibson is a research assistant in Chuck Sindelar's lab in the Department of Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry. I sat down with Kim to discuss lab cultures, best practices in mentorship, and the differences between the Canadian and American scientific systems.
In Conversation with Ashley Schloss and Anthony Scruse
Ashley Schloss is a 5th year PhD candidate--and soon-to-be PhD!--in Lynne Regan's lab at the Department of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry. Anthony Scruse is a 3rd year PhD Candidate in the Department of Chemistry.
In Conversation with Valerie Horsley
Valerie Horsley is the Maxine F. Singer '57 Associate Professor of Molecular, Cellcular, and Developmental Biology at Yale University. We sat down with Valerie to discuss her lab's work on regeneration and would healing, her thoughts on fixing the "leaky pipeline" for women in STEM, and how individual actions can change science cultures.
In Conversation with Anjelica Gonzalez and Amanda Pellowe
Anjelica Gonzalez is the Donna L. Dubinsky Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering. Amanda Pellowe is a 4th year PhD candidate in Anjelica's lab. We sat down with Anjelica and Amanda to discuss their perspectives on various outreach initiatives they've spearheaded, being a woman in engineering, and diversity in STEM.
In Conversation with Sarah Demers
Sarah Demers is the Horace D. Taft Associate Professor Physics at Yale University. We sat down with Sarah to discuss her work at CERN, her experience advocating for women in physics, and her ideas for creating a more inclusive physics environment.
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Really thoughtful and interesting podcast. Very excited for episodes to come!