Voices from the Field

The impact of the ABE program has been profound, aiding teachers in bringing cutting-edge content to their classrooms and inspiring students to be empowered through biotechnology, catalyzing some students to pursue careers in the sciences.

Explore our blog posts and stories about the people who make ABE what it is and those who have been impacted by their ABE experiences.
 

Blog

The week of George Floyd’s murder, Prachi Bagadia, like many people, felt like she wanted to take action. A senior associate scientist at Amgen San...
In Part 1 of this series, we explored the ethics of gene editing in the context of editing plant and animal genomes for agricultural purposes. In...
In this first part of a two-part blog series, we explore the history and ethics of editing plant and animal genes in the context of agriculture and...

ABE Impact and Career Pathways Stories

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Amgen Thousand Oaks
Marco Cyrille has had many mentors in his life, but one especially stands out. When he was 19 years old attending Queens College CUNY, he met a...
Amgen Tampa
Shalini Nemani spent much of her youth struggling to fit in. A first-generation immigrant who moved from India to the United States at the end of...
Amgen Thousand Oaks, CA
As a Hispanic woman in STEM, Natalia Wauldron has prioritized mentorship and outreach along her career path. Now 5 months into the Emerging Talent...
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