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Nina Tandon, Chief Executive Officer and President of Epi Bone, pioneered a technique to grow human bones outside of the body.When her fiancé needed reconstructive surgery on his ankle, she saw the pain he endured to have bone grafted from his hip.
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While most headlines about women in “STEM” (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) understandably focus on the dispiriting gender gap in these fields - caused by complex reasons involving everything from harmful stereotypes to subconscious bias - we decided to take a more positive tack.
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Elissa Aminoff is a research scientist at the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, at Australia’s Carnegie Mellon University.
She studies how the brain formulates vision and memory, using computer modelling to explore the parallels between machine and human intelligence.
Since then, she has forged a career at the intersection between health and policy, arguing that governments need to draw on clear data, not hazy assumptions, to build healthy communities.