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Katie Walline, Dr. Lisa Willis
The biological differences between males and females are significant yet too often overlooked. In research and clinical studies, sex differences are often not taken into consideration. However, glycobiology and immunology are starting to shift. Recent studies in glycobiology show that male and...
Saige Burnett, Dr. Lisa Willis, Ronak Patel
The data gap is often used as an example to prove that women today live with the consequences of bias from the past. People today live in extreme poverty, are overlooked for jobs and are paid less for the jobs they do have because of unconscious bias. Unconscious bias applies stereotypes onto...
Barrett Groves, Dr. Lisa Willis, Ronak Patel
Despite universities attempting to adopt more EDI (equity, diversity, and inclusion) friendly policies and increasing encouragement for women and marginalized groups to pursue STEM, there continues to be underrepresentation of these individuals in STEM fields and tenure-track faculty positions....
This presentation will cover the basics of glycobiology and why it is important that people study this field in the years to come. We will go into how glycan modification impacts the body, and why various factors must be taken into account when exclusively controlling for sex differences. The...