Veröffentlicht 9. November 2020 von Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at LINO70

Women in Research features young female scientists participating in the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting and the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences to increase the visibility of women in research (find more information on Facebook and Twitter).

Read the interviews and get to know the young researchers:

Women in Research: Alice Fletcher-Etherington From the United Kingdom

Women in Research: Katrin Fürsich From Germany

Women in Research: Catarina Esteves From Portugal

Women in Research: Mengqiao Du From China

Women in Research: Mariana De Niz From Mexico

Women in Research: Kate Secombe From Australia

Women in Research: Isabel Abánades Lázaro from Spain

Women in Research: Lucy Ombaka from Kenya

Ulrike Böhm

Ulrike Boehm is a physicist and science enthusiast. She works as an optical scientist at ZEISS in Oberkochen, Germany. Previously, she did her Ph.D. studies at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen in the Department of NanoBiophotonics of Nobel Laureate Stefan Hell, followed by research stays in the US at the National Institutes of Health and HHMI’s Janelia Research Campus, developing tools for biomedical research. She is generally passionate about designing and building (optical) instruments to image, probe, and manipulate (biological) structures. Furthermore, she is passionate about science communication and open science and is a huge advocate for women in science.