The first Career Club seminar of the fall semester will be on Aug 30th at noon. We will hear from Samantha Yammine, PhD., a neuroscientist and recent graduate from the University
The first Career Club seminar of the fall semester will be on Aug 30th at noon.
We will hear from Samantha Yammine, PhD., a neuroscientist and recent graduate from the University of Toronto. Please note: Dr. Yammine will be giving her talk and panel discussion via videoconference.
Samantha Yammine, PhD (she/her) is a Science Communicator, Media Consultant, and Digital Content Creator who also goes by the name of Science Sam. Dr. Yammine is passionate about empowering people to explore science by making it more familiar, accessible, and inclusive. She does this in part by sharing interactive science commentary and research updates on Instagram as @science.sam through short videos, emoji-filled captions, and engaging pictures.
Dr. Yammine is a frequently requested Speaker who loves engaging folks with anything science, everywhere. She also runs workshops and training sessions to help individuals and teams share science effectively on social media. She’s produced, scripted, and hosted educational videos for companies like 3M, GE, Lady Speedstick, and Seeker, and regularly appears as a guest expert on popular media including features on TVO Kids, AsapSCIENCE, Leafs Nation Network, and CBC Radio. Learn more or get in touch via samanthayammine.com.
(Friday) 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CST
BioBio / NMR Building. Room N-127
The Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Genetics