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
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
There are so many intermediate points where you're like, I did that. I accomplished that, what a rewarding thing I'm doing"
Chloé BaronPost-doc, Harvard University and Boston Children's Hospital
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. "