Baylor College of Medicine Women in Science

From the Labs celebrates Baylor College of Medicine Women in Science!
Here is the fifth post in the series.

(See the other Women in Science posts here)

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Learn more about the research conducted by these Baylor women of science in the following links:

 

Dr. María Elena Bottazzi — The challenges of developing a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine

Dr. Carolina Jorgez — Loss of gene Prss50 results in abnormal sperm tail development and infertility

Dr. Irina LarinaHow the egg and the embryo actually travel through the fallopian tube

Dr. Jennifer Posey Researchers make strides identifying genetic causes of rare neurodevelopmental disorders in the Turkish and worldwide populations

 

By Ana María Rodríguez, Ph.D.

 

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