Thank you to our 2016 Award Sponsors: Center for Infectious Disease Research, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Zymergen, ZymoGenetics, and the Allen Institute.
Congratulations to our 2016 award recipients
For Scientific Advancement:
Dr. Hongkui Zeng from Allen Institute
For Leadership Excellence in Biotech or Public Sector:
Dr. Erin Shellman from Zymergen
Thank you to our 2016 scholarship fund donors – Battelle, Zymogenetics (A Bristol-Myers Squibb Company),Veronica Smith andNatalie Hamrick, Steve Gilbert and Janice Camp,Fran Solomon, Anne Ward-Ryan, Melissa Conerly, Sheila Lukehart, Linda Mantel, Allyson Nelson, Peggy Smith, and Reitha Weeks.
The opportunity to mentor and be mentored through chapter-based and Internet resources
- Monthly meetings that feature local speakers discussing scientific research, career development, public health, and environmental issues
- A newsletter to keep you connected to issues and events relevant to women in science
- Networking opportunities with local professionals in your field
The Seattle chapter of the Association for Women in Science is an active organization dedicated to advancing the careers of women in science and technology and to promoting the participation of girls in the sciences.
Join us at our Monthly Chapter Meetings!
Save the dates: Nov. 16, Dec. 14, Jan. 18, Feb. 15, Mar. 15, Apr. 19, and May 17.
6:30 PM – Introductions, Program
7:45 PM – Networking and Dessert
Pre-registration is not required for our events.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
1100 Fairview Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109-1024
Please enter through Thomas Building.
*Free Visitor Parking in front of and to the side of Thomas Building and in Employee Parking lot off Aloha St. (across from SCCA). See Map for Details.
All AWIS meetings are FREE and open to members and non-members, both men and women!
For additional event information, please email email@example.com.
Microbiomes and the Origins of Life
Wednesday – October 19, 2016 – 6:00 PM
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center – Pelton Auditorium
1100 Fairview Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109
Microbes got their start in the ocean and are essential to maintaining its complex ecosystem. Like the ocean, humans also rely on our microscopic passengers to function normally. At birth, each of us was first colonized by our mother’s microbiome. Come join us to hear about the unique microbial communities that support and create life.
Sujatha Srinivasan, PhD, presents “The Human Vaginal Microbiome in Health and Disease.”
Anne Thompson, PhD, presents “Microbial Ecology of Vast Open Oceans.”