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Teaching English in Spain and conducting research in Dublin with an NSF grant inspired Annika Weber to shift from her biochemistry background to engage with people in her future career. Pursuing her master’s degree in nutrition in England, she tested soils in a community garden in a region with a large steel industry. This experience steered her interest in studying metals in soils, water, and crops.
Global access to clean water is a challenge we may never solve, but Dr. Elizabeth Ryan is working on solutions to help our bodies protect against bacterial and chemical pollution. After spending two years in Nepal with the Peace Corp and as a first-generation American whose family emigrated from India, Ryan’s awareness of the impacts of water-borne disease guided her research career.
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