Innovate, Inspire, Include: Discover Our "Monthly Mondays" Series

Join us for "Monthly Mondays," an exciting new webinar series of interviews and presentations brought to you by the Rosalind Franklin Society. This series is dedicated to showcasing the inspiring work, innovative research, and transformative achievements of women and minorities in the fields of science, medicine, and technology. In partnership with Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News and Mary Ann Liebert Publishers, we will showcase the significant contributions and unique paths and opportunities in academia, public agencies, and industry.

Each webinar of "Monthly Mondays" promises to bring you groundbreaking developments, personal successes, and the diverse paths navigated by our featured guests. Don't miss this opportunity to gain insights, find inspiration, and connect with trailblazers shaping the very personal future of science, medicine, and biotechnology. Tune in and be part of a community that celebrates science and prioritizes diversity, innovation, and the power of knowledge.

We're excited to share that the first presentation, broadcast on March 25th, featured the new White House Initiative on Women’s Health Research. This session provided valuable insights and updates on the initiative which, under the leadership of First Lady Jill Biden,  fundamentally changes how we approach and fund women's health research. We were honored to host Dr. Carolyn Mazure, Yale University School of Medicine.

Missed the live webinar? No worries! Watch the OnDemand Recording Now to catch up on all the insights shared during this transformative session.

The Society honors the achievements of Rosalind Franklin (1920-1958), a British x-ray crystallographer whose extraordinary work, though largely overlooked and under-appreciated at the time, was crucial to the discovery of DNA’s structure by James Watson and Francis Crick. The powerful symbolism of her remarkable story drives the Society’s agenda.

The Rosalind Franklin Society is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3).