Yale launches diversity in science video series with Anjelica Gonzalez and Manu Platt

In celebration of Black History Month, the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science launched a video series: "Discussions on Science and Diversity."
This series features associate professor of biomedical engineering, Anjelica Gonzalez, in casual conversations with scientific leaders focusing on their career trajectories and views on diversity. Gonzalez is a BMES member.

The first episode is a discussion with Manu O. Platt, associate professor of biomedical engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University. Platt, a BMES member, discusses his career path, his interpretation of the term "diversity," and ways in which we can all work together to promote a more inclusive research environment.

View the video HERE.