UK Government embraces equity spotlighting women in STEM for IWD
For International Women’s Day 2023, organisations were encouraged to highlight action as they #EmbraceEquity and help forge a better world for women.
The UK Government marked the day with a series of STEM profiles featuring colleagues from across the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
From scientists and developers, to investigators and PHD students, the UK Government shared stories from the women who are at the forefront of patient protection and developments in medicines and medical devices, and who have a passion for STEM.
Read more on the UK Government's website here.
Research Applications Developer
Health Data Science Team
“Dream big and never lose your curiosity,” says Barbara Draghi, Research Applications Developer, Health Data Science Team, MHRA
Read Barbara's insight.
Richa Pathak Sharma
“I will always be a STEM student,” says Richa Pathak Sharma, Lead Architect, MHRA
Read Richa's insight.
Senior Criminal Enforcement Officer
“Always strive to find out the truth,” says Barbara Carter, Senior Criminal Enforcement Officer, Criminal Enforcement, MHRA.
Read Barbra's insight.
“Be curious, ask questions and listen wisely,” says Manasi Majumdar, Principal Scientist, Global Diseases.
Read Manasi's insight.
Microbiome PhD student
“A career in science is an exciting and fulfilling choice,” says Evette Hillman, Microbiome PhD student.
Read Evette's insight.
Deputy Director of Partnerships
"STEM is central to many global challenges and working together across disciplines will be key," says Harriet Teare, Deputy Director of Partnerships.
Read Harriet's insight.
“There is always more to learn – the sky is the limit,” says Chrysi Sergaki, Principle Scientist.
Read Chrys' insight.
“STEM is always evolving - you never know what’s round the next corner,” says Caroline Vipond, Bacteriology.
Read Caroline's insight.
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