Noelle Pisacano

Noelle Pisacano is a Villanova University, Philadelphia, USA, graduate with a Bachelor of Science and a double major. She is  a passionate scientist, environmentalist and blogger on all things plastic-free. Noelle will be studying at Imperial College London, UK for a Masters of  Molecular Medicine and for a PhD. She sees her future as a biomedical researcher and medical writer.

She says "My parents have always tried to make me mindful of sustainable living (reusable products, water usage, etc.) since I was a little kid. Being a scuba diver, hiker, and a woman in STEM, I am now even more aware of the impact plastic/waste has on our planet, especially seeing it firsthand in the outdoors. "

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Check out our latest episode with Dr Beata Wojciak-Stothard (meet our PhD supervisor!!) ⬇️ https://www.buzzsprout.com/1733472/8579606

#podcast #WomenInSTEM #Science #womenempowerment #leadership

@ImperialNHLI @ImperialMed @imperialcollege @BwsLab

India needs our help and your contributions could save lives. Here are some charities you could donate to:

@decappeal: http://ow.ly/gr9x50EErqP
@britishasiantst: http://ow.ly/kofv50EErt6
@UNICEF: http://ow.ly/Y2Um50EErvR

Happy International Women’s Day!! – what better way to launch the ELEVAT(HER) podcast.
A podcast for women wishing to achieve their full potential and elevate their lives.
Made by women, for women.
Stay tuned for the upcoming episodes.
Your hosts @NicoleauSalina @HaenselMaike

Happy #InternationalWomensDay! Check out this video from @IBMUKI on how they #ChooseToChallenge the status quo in the tech workplace in order to bring about meaningful change.

(Shoutout to my SO for helping put together and being featured in this video!) https://twitter.com/IBMUKI/status/1368858885575041028

"Within the culture of second-wave women’s health activism, the diaphragm came to represent the feminist values of total bodily autonomy, sexual agency, & self-discovery."
Lea Eisenstein on the women's health movement & making the old diaphragm new again.
https://nursingclio.org/2021/01/31/the-womens-health-movement-and-the-dream-of-the-diaphragm/

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