During a recent panel, trainees shared their thoughts on how changes implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic can be used to improve access to careers in science and medicine going forward.
Ph.D. candidate Emma Spikol sheds light on the broken narratives of scientific breakthroughs.
This summer’s reflection on systemic racial injustice needs to be more than just a moment if we’re going to create lasting change in Johns Hopkins institutions. Student groups like the Biomedical Engineering Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee and the Biomedical Scholars Association are committed to seeing that change.
Our higher education system must be radically changed at every level to ensure an equitable and safe future for Black scholars.
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