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Early Careers

    Introducing SCI Ambassador, Louise M Mason

    Louise M Mason

    "SCI has already given me the opportunity to present my work to wider audiences and public outreach."

    What are your research interests? 
    Cancer research, biomechanics, materials science, synthetic chemistry.

    How did you first get involved with SCI?
    I was awarded membership with SCI after winning the STEM for Britain Gold Medal in Engineering. After learning of the opportunities available through the society and attending events organised by SCI, I was invited to become a SCI Ambassador and get further involved in their activities and outreach.

    What do you hope to gain from your involvement with SCI?
    My PhD is very multidisciplinary as well as being involved in both academia and industry. As SCI acts as an interface between science and business and is a unique multidisciplinary learned society, it offers me a platform to network with other scientists and industry from a variety of fields.

    Why would you encourage your peers to join SCI?
    SCI provides prestigious scholarships, bursaries and information on many interesting areas of research. The society gives scientists the opportunity to take their research further and build collaborations across various disciplines and industry.

    Louise M. Mason
    University of Glasgow – Department of Biomedical Engineering

    uni of glasgow

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