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Poster Series Highlighting Notable African Americans in Science

American innovation is richer because of the many contributions of African American scientists and inventors. From colonial times through today, African Americans and others from the African diaspora have contributed to advancements in the natural, formal and social sciences. Washington University School of Medicine is pleased to highlight a few of the many African Americans leading the way in science. Despite the obstacles they faced personally and professionally, their scientific inquiries have had significant impact and moved their fields of inquiry forward.

This series of posters highlighting African Americans in Science and Technology will be on display in the FLTC Lobby until March 3rd and then rotate throughout the Medical School and Danforth campuses. Among the many featured scientists and inventors are Wolff Professor of Medicine, Sarah K. England, PhD and Samuel Achilefu, PhD, Director of Washington University Molecular Imaging Center, Co-Leader of Oncologic Imaging Program, Siteman Cancer Center. 

The Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences’ Office of Diversity Programs, and the Health Information Resources Department, Becker Medical Library sponsored this poster series. Special thanks to Wayne A. Warner, Chancellor’s Fellow, The Link Lab, Oncology Division, Sections of SCB & BMT, WUSM; Michelle Doering, Health Information Resources Department, Becker Medical Library, WUSM; Kim Lipsey, Coordinator, Education Services for the Health Information Resources Department, and Lorren Z. Buck, Coordinator, Diversity, Summer Programs & Community Outreach.

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