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As an expert microscopist, using state-of-the-art technology, Angie Schmider illustrates how nature brings science and art together, in real life and in artistic images. She shows how nature, via biosymmetry, reveals patterns in life that are demonstrable and sublime. By incorporating this into her teaching practice at Harvard College, Angie is able to bridge the gap between art and science to show students the beauty in the world.

About the Speaker

Angela Bair Schmider

Angela Bair Schmider

In addition to living with my amazing husband and raising two energetic children, I am an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School, principle investigator of a laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital and teacher of life sciences at Harvard College. After earning my Ph.D. in Pharmacology at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2008, I moved to Boston for my research fellowship. I currently use sophisticated microscopes to study the organization of molecules in cells and correlate this organization to understanding inflammatory disease.