Her work

 

Collective Science is on a mission to aggregate unpublished basic science data from universities across the country.  Due to the structure and narrative of life science papers, the vast majority of all research experiments have unpublished results that may be negative, confirmatory or extraneous data.  This data is invaluable to pharmaceutical companies that struggle with data reliability and understanding data in a basic science context while identifying and investing in drug targets.  Collective Science is a platform for researchers to earn rewards and recognition for their work, and a resource for pharmaceutical companies to better evaluate their early stage decision making.


Meseekna is a simulation engine formulated in the early 1970s on the principles of complexity theory.  For the past fifty years, the simulation has been an invaluable tool for improving decision making in an elite group of decision makers from astronauts to brain surgeons to Fortune 50 CEOs.  It has grown into one of the most reliable cognitive assessment and human development tools available, with a focus on improving learning strategies and educational performance. Meseekna customizes integrated real-time simulations and training programs for teams of all sizes and recently launched their first consumer gameplay.


The Science Runway aims to attract young girls to careers in life sciences by showcasing women who have successfully created careers in a variety of science roles.  Girls can read the stories of women such as Anne Whitaker (former President of Sanofi North America), Carol Grieder (Nobel Prize Winner), Reshma Saujani (the founder of Girls Who Code), and Dr. Sarah Wamala (Director General at the Swedish Institutes for Public Health) who have designed wildly successful careers in the healthcare and life science industries.  Through these stories, The Science Runway highlights the depth and breadth of various career trajectories, while providing a source of ongoing inspiration.