WiDH presents: “From molecular science to women’s health – the story of Miyara”
May 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
***Dear community, due to Meetup being down last Wednesday for several hours, we were not able to provide you with the Zoom-Link and therefore postpone the event to the 18 May. Please book a ticket (for free, no registration required on Eventfrog) to receive the Zoom link ***
Join us at our next online event and learn all about the digital health & women’s health startup Miyara Women!
WHAT TO EXPECT
With a vision to empower everyone with health-related knowledge, two biologists embarked on the path of entrepreneurship. Along the way, through pitching, networking, brainstorming, and learning from their own experiences, they found their true passion is in building a health platform for women to access information and solutions related to midlife health. Learn more about this journey of Sanjana and Gayatri as they build Miyara
Get to know the two founders, how they moved from academia and life science to digital health & women’s health and receive an update on their core topics!
18:30 Programme start, welcome by Women in Digital Health
18:35 Intro by “Miyara Women”
19:10 Moderated discussion
19:40 Q&A from the audience
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Sanjana Rao has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry with over 15 years of experience in scientific research including working at UZH and ETH Zurich. Her skills as a research scientist, startup experience and her passion to create social impact and provide tangible solutions for everyday health issues drove her to build Miyara. Through networking and developing the right partnerships, she is leading the entrepreneurial journey of Miyara.
Gayatri Muthukrishnan has 16 years of experience in cell and molecular biology research from Penn State and NCBS, Bangalore. With her experience in managing and leading projects and science communication, now she is focussing her passion to connect with women and provide scientific awareness to their health problems. Apart from her work with Miyara, she is a freelance science communicator contributing articles to Karger and working on another project called Dance Your Science.