Current and future women luminaries

Current and Future Women Luminaries is a special series of conversations, hosted by President Alice P. Gast, to showcase our inspirational luminaries’ careers and to share lessons learned with the next generation of future stars. Imperial has amazing women who are leaders in their fields and provide inspiration to many inside and outside the College. When they talk about their research, teaching, and societal engagement, they inspire and motivate others.

These events are open to everyone and free of charge, registration is possible on our Eventbrite page.

If you have any questions on the series please contact the Institutional Events Team

Upcoming events in this series

Talking about science – how we can all benefit

Tuesday 13 April, 17.00 (BST)

Our next inspiring conversation will be with Professor Maggie Dallman OBE, Professor of Immunology and Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships), Vice-President (International), and Priya Pallan, Community Engagement Manager. Maggie is the academic lead on the College's International Relations and Societal Engagement Strategies and is passionate about giving young people from all walks of life the opportunity to reach their potential. Maggie will speak about her breakthroughs, innovations and discoveries throughout her career, and Priya will share her dreams and aspirations as they discuss life experiences and the teachable moments that shape who we are and what we do.

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Using multidisciplinary science to drive healthcare innovations

Tuesday 11 May, 17.00 (BST)

Our third conversation in this series will be with Professor Molly Stevens, Professor of Biomedical Materials and Regenerative Medicine, and Katya Pchelintseva, a PhD candidate in The Stevens group. Molly leads The Stevens Group, a large and extremely multidisciplinary research group that use innovative bioengineering approaches to pursue their vision of solving key problems in regenerative medicine and biosensing.

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Previous events in this series

From London to Jupiter, exploring physics with our current and future luminaries

Our first enlightening conversation took place between Professor Michele Dougherty, Professor of Space Physics and Head of the Department of Physics, and Efia Amankwa, second year MSci Physics student.

Current and Future Women Luminaries: From London to Jupiter