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******Conoce a las Nerdy Girls – Maggie Hayes******

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En esta edición de la serie de “Conoce a las Nerdy Girls”, les presentamos a Maggie Hayes. Maggie es nuestra becaria del lenguaje español y las comunicaciones científicas y ella nos ayuda con las operaciones, traducciones, y interacciones comunitarias aquí en Querida Pandemia. Maggie es una estudiante en la Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison en EE.UU. estudiando

Meet Those Nerdy Girls: Dr. Jennifer Wheeler

Women in STEM

In this post series, we’re introducing the women behind Dear Pandemic and TNG. Today we are meeting Dr. Jennifer Wheeler! Jennifer works on the Spanish language team at Querida Pandemia. She has a Ph.D. and a Master of Public Health in International Health and Development from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

🎉 ¡Las Nerdy Girls tuvieron el honor de ser seleccionadas por la OMS (Organización Mundial de la Salud) de ser un estudio de caso en innovación en el área de comunicación de la ciencia durante la pandemia de COVID-19!

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“La Pandemia de COVID-19 ha enfatizado la importancia de traducir la ciencia en una forma eficiente y accesible a diferentes audiencias. Mientras ha progresado la pandemia, la evidencia ha avanzado y ha resultado en cambios a las recomendaciones de salud pública. En tiempos de incertidumbre las personas necesitan información sobre cómo pueden protegerse a sí

Meet Those Nerdy Girls: Tita Smyth Escobedo

Women in STEM

In this post series, we’re introducing the women behind Dear Pandemic and TNG. Today we get to meet Tita Smyth Escobedo. Tita has been a steadfast member of the Spanish language team that makes our Spanish-language content at Querida Pandemia possible. She has a degree in clinical psychology in her home country, Guatemala. Tita says

Those Nerdy Girls chosen as a case study by WHO

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🎉 Those Nerdy Girls were recently honored to be chosen as a case study by the World Health Organization (WHO) for innovative science communication during the COVID-19 pandemic! “The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized the importance of translating science in a timely and accessible manner to different audiences. As the pandemic progressed, the evidence evolved and

Meet Those Nerdy Girls: Maggie Hayes

Women in STEM

Today we get to introduce another one of Those Nerdy Girls, Maggie Hayes. Maggie is our Spanish language science communications intern, and she helps with operations, translation, and community engagement on our Spanish-language channel, Querida Pandemia. Maggie is a UW-Madison undergraduate majoring in Spanish and Sociology with a certificate in Chicana and Latina Studies. She

Meet Those Nerdy Girls: Dr. Megan Madsen

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It’s time to meet another one of Those Nerdy Girls. This time we are delighted to introduce Dr. Megan Madsen, D.O. 👩‍⚕️ What’s a D.O.? We’re so glad you asked. It stands for Doctor of Osteopathy. Dr. Madsen says: “Our education mirrors M.D. programs for medical curriculum, and we also get extra training in musculoskeletal