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Archive for July, 2009

Studying Triggers of the Immune Response

Posted July 27, 2009

The inclusion of an adjuvant, a substance mixed with the immunogen to boost its efficacy, helps a vaccine to trigger the immune response, though researchers long have struggled to pinpoint why. Stephanie C. Eisenbarth ’96 is working with one of the most common adjuvants to answer the question. Read more »

Physician Education and Professional Advocacy

Posted July 20, 2009

Carol Bernstein ’69, who earned a master’s degree in education before entering medical school, has dedicated her career to educating the next generation of physicians. She was voted president-elect of the American Psychiatric Association in March 2009. Read more »

Q&A with Maxine Savitz ’58

Posted July 13, 2009
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After a decades-long, multifaceted career that included management and executive positions overseeing R&D and technology transfer in the public and private sectors, Maxine Savitz ’58 recently was named a member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST). She spoke with Bryn Mawr S&T about her remarkable career. S&T: After earning a […]