CRS Director, Teresa Woodruff, highlighted in Technology Networks “Women in Science” eBook
By: Chelsea Castleberry, CRS Program Assistant, March 12th, 2018
The Center for Reproductive Science Director, Teresa K. Woodruff, was recently highlighted in Technology Networks’ latest eBook, Women in Science. This eBook is a celebration of the exceptional contributions today’s female researchers make to the world of science.
Throughout history, women have played key roles in ground breaking science, from Marie Curie’s discoveries of radium and polonium, to the unearthing of HIV by Françoise Barré-Sinoussi. Despite these successes, women have, and continue to be underrepresented in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) fields.
This eBook includes thought-provoking interviews from prominent female scientists, in which they share their greatest professional achievements, personal inspirations, as well as some advice for women looking to embark
Teresa Woodruff (page 18-19), answers questions about what inspired her to pursue a career in science, how the area of reproductive science has evolved since the beginning of her career, and her thoughts on the most important issues in women’s heath today.
Download a copy of the eBook here.