As part of Women’s History Month, Jewell shares her perspective on the mothers of modern gynecology, her family’s history, and the demand for change in women’s rights through our BioDiversity & Inclusion: myPerspective series By Jewell, Specimen Processing Department The “Mothers of Modern Gynecology”[i] are omitted from medical textbooks. There are no beautiful Black busts […]
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Embracing her Irish roots, Nuala celebrates St. Patrick’s Day by sharing her family story and childhood memories through our BioDiversity & Inclusion: myPerspective series By Nuala, Logistics Department As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, I hear chatter from colleagues concerning the joys of Irish soda bread and the marvels of Guinness stout. For me, personally, these […]
By David, Marketing Manager, Payer Relations & Clinical Marketing “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”–Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of Independence “A system cannot fail those it was never intended to protect.”W.E.B. Du Bois The right to vote has been under assault for most of this country’s history. In 2013, […]
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Terri offers her perspective on her breast cancer treatment, the positive attitude and silver-lining she discovered through her journey.
By Patrick, Sr. Sales Director BioReference is proud to introduce BioDiversity & Inclusion: myPerspective, featuring inspiring stories contributed by our employees. This month we celebrate Black History Month with a story about Dr. Ernest Everett Just, by Patrick. Impactful contributions by African-Americans are extremely vast, especially in the field of diagnostic medicine and science. There […]