Dr Dorothy Horstmann, epidemiologist, virologist, clinician, and educator, was the first woman appointed as a professor at the Yale School of Medicine. A brilliant researcher, Dr. Isabel Morgan was an unsung hero in the race of finding the polio vaccine. Her team was the first to innoculate monkeys with a killed-virus vaccine.
After the lockdown ends and the country is back on its normal routine, will the short span of partial women’s safety end too? Will the daily struggle of a woman to ensure her safety resume?
How do the authorities expect women to file a complaint when their perpetrator is in the house regulating their movement round the clock?
There’s nothing wrong with buying a pretty lacy bra just because you want to wear something you like even if it is not visible as such.
Among the many interesting topics that we touched on were Women in History: Narratives, Writings, Revival with authors in the genre of history, Aanchal Malhotra and Ira Mukhoty Jayal. The session was moderated by the founder Shaili Chopra.
Christie’s detectives can magically connect dots, weaving together what appears scattered and clarify things that seem hopelessly murky. Personalities that we could do with in the madness of a Corona world!