L’Oréal USA’s Frédéric Rozé and Suzie Davidowitz, FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel (c.) and AAAS’ Shirley Malcom (r.) with the 2013 Fellows.
On October 24, L’Oréal USA celebrated its tenth year of the Fellowships For Women in Science program by honoring five post-doctoral female scientists at the American Museum of Natural History. Since its inception in 2003, the program has supported the advancement of women in science by funding up to $60,000 for scientific research, as well as helping to build networks with successful female leaders in the scientific, corporate, governmental and academic fields.
The 2013 L’Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellows are: Arpita Bose, Harvard University (microbiologist); Luisa Whittaker Brooks, Princeton University (chemical and biological engineering); Anisa Ismail, Princeton University (molecular biology); Robin Evans Stanley, National Institute of Health (biochemistry); and Mary Caswell Stoddard, Harvard University (evolutionary biologist and ornithologist).
2013 Fellows Anisa Ismail, Mary Caswell Stoddard, Arpita Bose, Robin Evans Stanley, and Luisa Whittaker Brooks.
“To date, the L’Oréal USA Fellowships For Women In Science has awarded grants to fifty post-doctoral women researchers that directly support their scientific research,” said Suzie Davidowitz, senior vice president, L’Oréal USA and For Women in Science ambassador.
“In addition to awarding grants, the program also offers the Fellows professional development workshops facilitated by the program’s partner, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). One of the major goals of this program is to create role models and mentors for women scientists starting their careers.”
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