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Puerto Rican biologist develops low-risk method for tagging developing frogs

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It is envisioned as a safe alternative for researching the ecology and biology of these amphibians.

While studying a fungus that is rapaciously threatening amphibian populations around the world, Puerto Rican scientist Janelle A. Peña found a technique for direct developmental frog tagging in juvenile stages, which presents less risk to the organisms, is an economical option for researchers, and proved to be efficient with individuals up to 10 millimeters in diameter.

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Puerto Rican woman becomes first female psychologist on major American Medical Association panel

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Idalia Massa is a native of San Lorenzo and a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rican Idalia Massa became the first psychologist to join the Panel of Editors of the important American Medical Association's (AMA) Compensation Guidelines.

Massa, who currently resides in Denver, Colorado, was nominated by the American Psychological Association to represent the field at the U.S. level on the prestigious committee.

Then, last week the AMA accepted and appointed the Puerto Rican to the panel, which was celebrated by the APA for being the first time that someone from the field of psychology is on the panel.

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Call for nomination in Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science April 11th - May 31st, 2022

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The Fondation L’Oréal and UNESCO invite you to nominate eminent women scientists for the 2023 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Awards.

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Opportunity in HHMI -Vice President of Science Leadership and Culture

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Vice President of Science Leadership and Culture

HHMI seeks an inaugural Vice President of Science Leadership and Culture who will be a member of its senior leadership team and provide vision, leadership, and management for its Center for the Advancement of Science Leadership and Culture. The Vice President of Science Leadership and Culture will be based out of HHMI’s headquarters in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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AGILE program Launches with training opportunities for professionals related to grant management

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AGILE program Launches with training opportunities for professionals related to grant management

The Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust Grants Program is committed to improving the management and administration of funds

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