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Family or career? I want both-the control of meiosis



Family or career? I want both-the control of meiosis



Fems Yeast Research 18(4):



In this paper I describe my professional and personal journey in science. In the 20th century there were fewer women scientists than man scientists. My personal experience and opinion is that women avoided academic careers. How one can combine family and career is discussed. The interest in science and the interactions I had with prominent leading Yeast Scientists changed my point of view, I matured and developed an academic career. My research focused on how budding yeast cells chose to exit the cell cycle and enter meiosis. My journey started using classical Genetic techniques. The development of Genetic engineering techniques enabled us to verify models and elucidate how entry into meiosis is controlled.

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