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16.09.2019

Franklin Women Series Part 4 : Growing through the Franklin Women Mentoring program

Nicole Caixeiro, CONCERT Manager, was great at her job. She was getting promotions and her career looked like it was steaming ahead. But there was one crucial thing missing: confidence. Enter the 2018 Franklin Women Mentoring Program. “The program came at a perfect time for me as I transitioned into my new role as CONCERT…

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09.09.2019

Franklin Women Series Part 3 – Mentoring: is it time well spent?

It takes time to be a mentor. Valuable time. Time that most of us simply don’t have enough of. So, with time being one of the great challenges in people’s lives, the questions that inevitably arise for people thinking about signing up for the Franklin Women’s mentoring program is: Will it be worth it? Or,…

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02.09.2019

Ingham Institute’s Research Support Officer wins competitive scholarship

As a testament to the quality of the staff who work at Ingham Institute’s Biological Resources Unit, Alison Richards, Research Support Officer, has recently been awarded a highly competitive scholarship by ANZLAA (Australian and New Zealand Laboratory Animal Association Inc.). As part of the scholarship, Alison will be attending the American Association for Laboratory Animal…

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02.09.2019

Caring for animals in medical research – a job you probably didn’t know existed

It’s not often you hear about the people working in animal research. Sure, there’s an occasional story about a new and promising drug which might mention it was initially tested on mice. But for the most part, people are unaware of how much work, and more importantly, how much care goes on behind-the-scenes in animal…

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23.08.2019

Lifting the profile of women in STEM

Franklin Women’s Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Last Month, Franklin Women held their inaugural Wikipedia Edit-a-thon with the aim of increasing the visibility of women scientists on Wikipedia. Wikipedia has approximately 1.6 billion biographies and, of these, only 18 per cent are women. It was the first local Wikipedia Edit-a-thon and saw dozens of women, working in health…

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