ABRCMS Alumni Will Share Career Development Insights During Closing Keynote
Three ABRCMS alumni—Patricia Salgado Pirbhoy, Ph.D., Robert Drummond, M.D., Ph.D., and Kennita Johnson, Ph.D. (pictured left to right)—will share their personal journeys in STEM during Saturday’s Closing Keynote.
ePoster Presentations Take Center Stage on Final Day of Conference
Nearly 200 undergraduate, postbaccalaureate and master’s level scholars are presenting ePosters at ABRCMS 2022. “A cornerstone of ABRCMS has always been student presentations, so it was important to also feature our virtual presenters,” said Leah Dixon, senior specialist in education at the American Society for Microbiology.
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Your ABRCMS 2022 Virtual Experience Awaits
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Friday Morning Keynote Lecturer is Using Hip-Hop to Improve Health Literacy in Communities of Color
A global leader in stroke disparities research, Olajide Williams, M.D., M.S., founded Hip Hop Public Health to provide communities of color with the knowledge and skills to make healthier choices and achieve health equity.
Trailblazing Astronaut Will Discuss the Importance of STEM in Afternoon Keynote Address
Mae C. Jemison, M.D., was the first woman of color to explore space. In September 1992 aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour, she performed experiments in material science, life sciences and human adaptation to weightlessness.
Nobel-Winning Chemist Will Deliver Opening Keynote Address
Carolyn R. Bertozzi, Ph.D., has been awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her trailblazing development of bioorthogonal reactions, which take place inside living organisms without disrupting the normal chemistry of the cell.
ABRCMS Alumni Showcase
Tiffany Oliver, Ph.D.
“Going to this conference showed me that there were so many other people of color and minorities who were doing research that was just as cool as mine.”
Steven Toro, Ph.D.
“The number of connections and doors we can open by just being capable of talking to people at a conference is so valuable.”
Tamuka M. Chidyausiku, Ph.D.
“If I can help the next scientist find ABRCMS and find their community that will put them on a path similar to mine, or even better, I’m going to do everything I can.”
Tyler Pugeda, M.Sc.
“The most important lesson I learned from ABRCMS is that I, like many others, have the power to make rippling changes that make science accessible, inclusive and welcoming for everyone.”
Sara Blick-Nitko, M.S.
“My advice is to always advocate for yourself and do not accept any less than what you know you deserve.”
D’Juan Farmer, Ph.D.
“ABRCMS showed me that there’s a diverse group of budding scientists in the world with common goals and interests.”