Bridging the Gender Gap in Scientific Innovation
- March 18, 2022
A Call Featuring Stefan Loren, Managing Director of Life Sciences at Oppenheimer, and Dr. Daphne Haim-Langford, Founder and CEO of Tarsier Pharma
In this episode, "Bridging the Gender Gap in Scientific Innovation," Stefan Loren, Managing Director of Life Sciences at Oppenheimer, and Dr. Daphne Haim-Langford, Founder and CEO of Tarsier Pharma, discuss women leading innovation and medical breakthroughs. By blending personal narrative with revelatory achievements, together, they take a closer look at Daphne's life as a trailblazing female scientist, and what it means for the future of women in medicine.
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Over the last 50 years the gender gap in the life sciences and physical sciences space has steadily closed. Back in 1970, women held only about 14% of the jobs in the area. In 2019, that figure grew to 45%. While there's still a ways to go, the progress made to date has been underpinned by inspirational trailblazers, like this episode’s guest, Dr. Daphne Haim-Langford, who have paved the way for all of those who follow.
About our Guest
Dr. Daphne Haim-Langford, founder of Tarsier Pharma, and also the recent winner of the 2021 EU Prize for Women Innovators has over 20 years of experience across the biomedical industry, with roles such as an investor, entrepreneur, and a corporate executive.
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