Radcliffe on the Road
This spring, the Radcliffe Institute showcased the array of work being done by present and past fellows in science and the arts, hosting four major events for alumnae/i and supporters in California and New York City.
Radcliffe fellows’ research is the future of science
“Radcliffe at the Cutting Edge of Science” featured Stefi Baum RI ’12, the Elizabeth S. and Richard M. Cashin Fellow and an astronomer, and Pamela Silver RI ’12, the Edward, Frances, and Shirley B. Daniels Fellow and a systems biologist.
Baum’s research focuses on activity in galaxies and its relation to galaxy and cluster evolution; image processing and statistical algorithms applied to functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) for mental health diagnosis; and science and engineering education. Silver focuses on the predictable and facile engineering of biological systems with applications in both human health and global sustainability.
The lunchtime presentation was held at the Harvard Club of New York on May 9.
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