HeLa cells have been instrumental in biomedical research and advancement, but few know the history of where the cells came from and how it entered the field of science.
The 4th of July is a time for American citizens to celebrate the freedom that the original 13 colonies gained in 1776. American families celebrate the federal holiday by watching fireworks, having BBQ parties, seeing family, and sharing laughter. What we fail to recognize is the pain that this day brings to the Native people. … Continue reading Remembering our Natives
For this week’s topic on Real World Problems, I collaborated with PhD to Success (IG: phd_to_success) to discuss vaccines and their role in public health.
A couple of weeks ago, I announced on my Instagram page (@sujanee) that I will be starting an education component on my blog called “Real World Problems.” As a lover of global public health, I find it necessary to write about important issues that have public health implications. To kick off “Real World Problems,” join me … Continue reading Real World Problems: Mental Health of Syrian Children