Professor Jahren is a geobiologist whose research is crossing interdisciplinary boundaries, using her knowledge and expertise in stable isotope chemistry to develop new tools to better understand dietary sugar intake and sugar metabolism.
Recognised by Popular Science magazine in 2006 as one of its “Brilliant 10” scientists and in 2016, Time Magazine named her as one of the world’s “ 100 Most Influential People”, Prof Jahren has also been awarded three Fulbright Scholarships, and currently holds the J. Tuzo Wilson professorship at the University of Oslo in Norway.
A passionate advocate for science and best selling author of the critically acclaimed ‘Lab Girl’, Prof Jahren’s story of the triumphs and challenges of a career in science will resonate with many.
ASMR NSW Annual Scientific Meeting is a multi-disciplinary event which showcases health and medical research in the state. Participants are students (Honours, Master, PhD) and staff (Research Assistants, Post-docs, Professors).
ASMR Student Members $79.oo, Student Non Members $104.00