Dr. Laura Page, Assistant Dean of Professional Development & Leadership for the University of Missouri Graduate School Our July WISER Woman is Dr. Laura Page. Dr. Page is Assistant Dean of Professional Development & Leadership for the University of Missouri Graduate School. Dr. Page currently provides professional
Beth Prusaczyk, PhD, MSW This month's WISER Woman is Beth Prusaczyk, PhD, MSW, Instructor in Medicine, Division of General Medical Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine. Her research focuses on improving the health and healthcare of older adults, particularly vulnerable older adults such as those with dementia
Yemi Akande-Bartsch, Ph.D. is the President and CEO of FOCUS St. Louis Yemi Akande-Bartsch, Ph.D. is the President and CEO of FOCUS St. Louis, an organization which prepares diverse leaders to work cooperatively for a thriving region through experience-based leadership training, civic issue education and public engagement.
Lindsey Harrison, Program Manager, BioSTL Lindsey Harrison is BioSTL’s Program Manager for diversity, inclusion, and equity activities. She works to make sure minority owned startups and entrepreneurs have access to the resources and community they need to thrive. In addition to her work in the DEI space, she
Dr. Mary Huff Dr. Mary Huff is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research in Kansas City, MO. Her work focuses on characterizing the molecular mechanisms supporting the stability of long-term memories. Dr. Huff is also passionate about improving the mental health of
Dr. Becky Lynn January’s WISER Woman is Dr. Becky Lynn, CEO and Founder of Evora Women’s Health at St. Luke’s Hospital and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Saint Louis University. Dr. Lynn specializes in menopause and sexual health and is a certified North
2020 WISER Week Panelists This month we want to look back at all of the panelists, partners, attendees, and supporters who helped to make WISER 2020 a success. Missouri Cures Education Foundation hosted 4 virtual events featuring women in science, entrepreneurship and research from Springfield, Kansas City,
Cynthia Chapple Cynthia Chapple is a Senior Research and Development Chemist, and advocates for black girls and women in STEM. She is the founder of Black Girls Do STEM, an organization offering an exploration of STEM career pathways to middle and high school students through hands-on, engaging