Women in STEM: Chiung-Wei

Today I publish my tenth interview with women in STEM. Meet Chiung-Wei, a chemistry PhD student and mother of two, working on nano-spectroscopy. Hi phd.passion.lab! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? Hello! I’m Chiung-Wei, a chemistry PhD student at the University of North Carolina studying nanoscience and semiconductors forContinue reading “Women in STEM: Chiung-Wei”

Women in STEM: dr. Ariana

Seventh interview with amazing women in STEM I met thanks to Instagram and Twitter. Today we host dr. Ariana, a medical doctor, mother of a 5-month-old boy. Hi regenmedica! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? Hi Martina, I’m Ariana Baptista, a medical doctor from Venezuela. I’m 32 years old.Continue reading “Women in STEM: dr. Ariana”

Mom’s brain

Pregnant women often have a feeling of forgetfulness, it is the so-called “mom’s brain”, or “baby’s brain”. Is it just an expression or is there any scientific truth behind it? The brain of pregnant women has always been an interested topic for scientists. In 2017 Hoeckzema and collaborators published on Nature the definitive paper aboutContinue reading “Mom’s brain”