Science has come a long way, but there is still so much more we can achieve.
Nowadays we can do things that were somewhat impossible to imagine just a few decades ago. Scientists found the answers to so many questions, and with that, they improved the quality of our lives, together with our life expectancy.
For everything that humanity managed to achieve over the years, it took so much time and effort, but we eventually got there. It is because humans are resilient and don’t give up even when something seems impossible to do. It’s one of our most valuable traits.
Back in the 90s, nanotechnology had its modest beginnings in medicine. Fast forward not more than three decades, this technological branch has made amazing improvements in modern medicine, and it is about to make astounding breakthroughs in the years to come.
Ultimately, behind every scientific discovery stands a person that was motivated and persistent enough to reach it by all means.
Today, we get to meet one of these individuals, and her name is Dr. Joy Wolfram.
She is the director of the Nanomedicine and Extracellular Vesicles Laboratory at Mayo Clinic in Florida.
Her amazing work in this field has got her the recognition by Forbes and her name was listed on Forbes’s list “30 Under 30 US & Canada 2019: Healthcare”.
If you want to learn more about her work at the clinic, as well as her contribution to science, take a few minutes of your time to read the interview I did with her.
I promise it will be worth your time.