A woman with long dark hair, partly pinned back, who's wearing a purple sweater. Right, a pale green circle illuminated on black, with an S-shaped blue-green algae in center.

Join us Wednesday, December 15 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Pacific to network with the Association of Women in Science (AWIS) Seattle chapter and to hear a talk by Caitlin Gamble, MBA, PhD. Dr. Gamble is Head of Informatics and Senior Scientist at Lumen Bioscience, Inc.

Lumen is a clinical-stage biotechnology company looking at spirulina (blue-green algae) as a platform for low-cost, broadly accessible biologics. Lumen has collaborated with Google on a project to optimize spirulina-based therapeutics by machine learning.

There will be time to network and chat before and after Dr. Gamble’s talk. Register here to join the virtual event on December 15.

Image: Left, Caitlin Gamble of Lumen Bioscience. Right, Spirulina, viewed through a microscope, Credit: Daniela Nature Photography, CC BY-SA 2.0