PODCAST | Scientists are People Too, Episode 1

Danielle Friend
Apr 14, 2017

This is the first episode in a new series called “Scientists are People Too.” In each episode, we will ask scientists about their work and their daily lives. This episode asks scientists “What is the biggest mistake you have made in science or the most expensive piece of equipment you have broken?”

Participants

Host: Danielle Friend, Ph.D. Neuroscience 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Institutes of Health

Emily Aurand, Neuroscience 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Science Foundation

Kelly Fleming, Chemical Engineer 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow U.S. Department of Energy

Laura Skipper Kalal, Ph.D. Psychology 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Science Foundation

Caitlyn Mcguire, Ph.D. Chemistry 2016-2017 Legislative Branch Fellow

Jonathan Rayner, M.S. Aerospace Engineering 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the Department of State

Carrie Seltzer, Ph.D. Environmental Life Sciences 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Science Foundation

Jonathan Trinastic. Physics 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the Department of Energy

Mario Urdaneta, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineer 2015-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the Department of Energy 

Diana Weber, Ph.D. Genetics 2015-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Science Foundation 

Christopher Williams, Ph.D. Biology 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Science Foundation

Chuck Wright, Ph.D. Genetics 2016-2017 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Institutes of Health

Ariela Zycherman, Ph.D. Anthropology 2015-2016 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Science Foundation

Producers

Carlos Faraco, Ph.D. Neuroscience 2015-16 Executive Branch Fellow National Institute of Justice

Beth Linas, Ph.D. Epidemiology 2015-2016 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Science Foundation

Claire Schulkey, Ph.D. Genetics 2015-2016 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Institutes of Health

Danielle Friend

Danielle completed her Ph.D. in neuroscience at the University of Utah where she investigated mechanisms underlying drug addiction and toxicity.

Disclaimer

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