BioBuilder Founder, Dr. Natalie Kuldell, in conversation with practicing bioengineers -- students, faculty, and industry leaders.
What I am doing is playing my part to make sure that when the young graduates leave MIT, they're doing that ready, as ready as they can be, to actually make the world a better place.”
Kristala PratherChemical Engineering Professor, MIT
Through those experiences and having small setbacks, but then sometimes big setbacks, and then figuring out how to come back from those, I think what emerges is a skillset that might include resiliency, flexibility, being able to pivot really quickly.”
Justice T WalkerAssistant Prof of STEM Education, UTEP
"We all work together every single day. And so for me, it's having teammates that I trust and we're all a hundred percent open and honest and transparent with one another, because we all succeed or we all fail."
Jacqueline FidanzaVP Operations, Twist Bioscience
You can probably do anything anyone asks of you as long as you're engaged in it."
Jorge Sanchez-SalazarSenior Scientist, Codiak Bio
You get all this expertise from your PhD, then [[as a post-doc]] you kind of get booted off the ledge into this new field, and then you get your feet wet and start to figure out what's interesting, which has been a really fun experience."
Carolyn MillsPost-doc, Northwestern University
I think being a scientist, to me, is one of the best decisions I could have made. It's not just about doing experiments, but about how you think about things and how you approach problems. I think that helped with the company. "