Visit Mentors' Round Table to read our interviews of women in the fields of science and health. These are women of varying levels of experience and backgrounds, brought to the table to answer your questions about everything from work-life balance to financial management. Read on, be inspired, and leave them (and us!) a comment!
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Welcome to the Jewish Alliance for Women in Science website!
This is the place to learn more about science, math and health related careers. Our site features career information pages, useful links, a personal Mentoring program and more!
BECOME A MEMBER OF JAWS today and join our NETWORK OF PROFESSIONAL WOMEN!!
UPCOMING EVENT: Join JLIC at General Events.November 13th at 8:30pm (ophthalmologist) as they discuss balancing medical school, career, family, Shabbos, Halacha and life. For more details visit our
New Article! In Conversation with Ada Yonath by Dr. Renee Beale. A conversation with 2009 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry about her upbringing in Israel and how it set her up for a life in science. To learn more about Dr. Yonath, click here. [For a list of our other articles, visit General News and Articles.]
Wishing all our members a Shana Tova!
In honor of our 5th year anniversary we have created a Facebook page "Jewish Alliance for Women in Science." Show your support by liking our page and keep up with the latest JAWS news!
Followup article on Ezras Nashim by The Times of Israel. Ezras Nashim is the first Female Orthodox volunteer EMT service and will be servicing Brooklyn, NY.
May 20th event at NYU School of Medicine: Women In Cardiology: A panel discussion for all female medical students, residents, and fellows in training exploring a career in cardiology.
March is National Women's History Month! This year?s theme is Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment.
This month we highlight the blog Mothers in Medicine. We recommend it for its wit, wisdom and simply good reads!
Ring in January by becoming a JAWS member today!
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