Marie M. Daly — From a Love of Science to a Legacy of Discoveries

by Wei Li Everyone knows that having high cholesterol in your blood is not a good sign — it can lead to high blood pressure and clogged arteries (also known as atherosclerosis), resulting in heart diseases or stroke. However, what we now consider common knowledge, required years of research to discover. An important contributor to what we know about cholesterol and high blood pressure is … Continue reading Marie M. Daly — From a Love of Science to a Legacy of Discoveries

Marie M. Daly — From a Love of Science to a Legacy of Discoveries

Wei Li is a third-year Ph.D. student in the Chemistry and Chemical Biology program at Harvard University. Abby Knecht is a second year graduate student in the Molecules Cells and Organisms program at Harvard University where she is studying self versus non-self recognition in bacteria. Cover image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay This biography is part of our “Picture a Scientist” initiative. To learn more … Continue reading Marie M. Daly — From a Love of Science to a Legacy of Discoveries