Women in STEM: Mendeley Advisor Vicky Pyne (video)
Vicky Pyne talks about the potentially life-saving possibilities that come from combining big data with medicine
By Alice Atkinson-Bonasio Posted on 6 October 2014
Mendeley Advisor Vicky Pyne talks about how her love for science took her on a journey from a physics degree to a career in IT, through to becoming a medical student. She talks about the exciting and potentially life-saving possibilities that come from combining big data with medicine, and encourages girls to study STEM subjects as they will "open doors for you for the rest of your life."
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Alice Atkinson-Bonasio (@alicebonasio) is PR and Communications Manager for Mendeley, the name of the company and its research collaboration platform and workflow tool that was acquired by Elsevier in April 2013. She holds an MA in creative and media enterprises from the University of Warwick and is completing a PhD in online marketing at Bournemouth University. She is based in Mendeley's London office.
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