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It’s National Nurses Week!

Women in STEM

Nurses have been vital to the spirit and operations of Those Nerdy Girls since the beginning. Our style of empathetic and trustworthy science communication is inspired by the therapeutic communcation approach of nursing. We are SO grateful to the nurses everywhere delivering their vital care, this week and EVERY week. Our CEO Dr. Ashely Ritter

Celebrating Dr. Kizzmekia “Kizzy” Corbett

Women in STEM

During Black History Month (and every day!), we celebrate Dr. Kizzmekia “Kizzy” Corbett, A Nerdy Girl hero who developed the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Corbett is a 37 year old Black American scientist. Until 2021 she was a viral immunologist at the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National

Our paper wins the 2022 Editor in Chief Award from the American Journal of Health Promotion!!

Uncertainty and Misinformation Women in STEM

We are THRILLED to announce that our paper “Fight Like a Nerdy Girl: The Dear Pandemic Playbook for Combating Health Misinformation” won the 2022 Editor in Chief Award from the American Journal of Health Promotion!! 🤩🙌 “My Editor in Chief Award winning paper this year comes from that KWBW section and was written by self-proclaimed

#MujeresDeCiencia Gertrude Belle Elion (January 23, 1918 – February 21, 1999)

Posts en Español Women in STEM

Gertrude Belle Elion, quien estaría hoy de cumpleaños, fue una bioquímica y farmacóloga estadounidense, quien compartió el Premio Nobel de Fisiología o Medicina de 1988 con George H. Hitchings y Sir James Black por su uso de métodos innovadores de diseño racional de fármacos para el desarrollo de nuevos fármacos, convirtiéndola en una de las