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"I was studying Renaissance art history in Florence, Italy and my professor made an offhand comment about soap's mechanism of action." This eventually led Penny Anders, Ph.D., Scientist II at BioAgilytix, to study biology and chemistry. What inspired YOU to do what you do?

#PODCAST: Want to hear from an experienced pharma leader in the development and service side of the industry?

@chadjbriscoe sits down with guest scientist, Dr. John Smeraglia, VP & Head of Translational Biomarkers and Bioanalysis at UCB.
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Get to know members of our team with our Q&As! Meet Reema Davis, Scientist III/Bioanalytical Project Manager who oversees GMP studies involving the development & validation of potency assays, sample analysis, and cell banking. Read more about Reema: https://bit.ly/3u3beq4

Yeshwanthi Estari shares how a favorite #biology teacher helped her find a love for science: “When my favorite Biology teacher in high school taught us about the cell structure, I was fascinated. I thereby shaped my career performing DNA analysis in the field of Science.”

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"I did not follow a direct path to becoming a scientist. I became interested in science and chemistry when I was studying Italian Renaissance art history in Florence, Italy. During one of my classes, my professor made an offhand comment about soap's mechanism of action. The lipophilic tails of soap trap particles of dirt and the hydrophilic end is attracted to water making it very effective at removing dirt. This offhand comment made me want to learn more about chemistry and later biology. I also had a lot of fun with my lab partner when taking organic chemistry. These events and many more pushed me to study many subjects in the life sciences and to becoming a scientist."

Penny Anders, Ph.D., Scientist II at BioAgilytix, was led to study science by soap. What inspired you to do what you do?

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