Mildred Jiménez is currently a Research Trainee at the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences & Technology program. She works on the manufacture nano systems for drug encapsulation for the development of therapies to tackle kidney diseases. She’s interested in promoting science communication and getting involved in its regulation and policy making. She attended GapSummit 2017 as a Leader of Tomorrow and is originally from Mexico.
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