WISDM Speaker Series: Krista Pullen

Tuesday, November 09, 2021 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event

Krista Pullen is a PhD student in the MIT Biological Engineering program. As a member of the Lauffenburger Lab, she is developing machine learning pipelines that will allow translation of immunological data across studies for infectious disease vaccine development. She will talk about how these innovative methods can be adapted to allow us to better understand how vaccines work and for earlier and more accurate prediction of vaccine candidate efficacy.

About This Series

The Women's League is proud to be partnering this semester with WISDM, the Women in Innovation and STEM Database at MIT. WISDM is in an initiative aimed at promoting the visibility of women within the MIT community. The goal of WISDM is to provide a curated searchable online database of MIT women in STEM, making it easier to find talented and diverse speakers for conference talks, panels, news stories, outreach events, podcasts, YouTube videos, and beyond.

In these talks, female graduate students will introduce their work and career paths, with a Q&A to follow.

Event Type

Conferences/Seminars/Lectures, Community Event, Career Development

Events By Interest

Academic, Career Development, Diversity/Inclusion

Events By Audience

MIT Community

Tags

women, STEM, postgrad

Cost

Free

Department
MIT Women's League
Contact Email

kbennett@mit.edu

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