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Rosalyn Sussman Yalow (1921-2011) estudió Física e ingresó al Servicio de Medicina Nuclear del Hospital de Veteranos del Bronx.  En 1977 se hizo acreedora, junto a R. Guillemin y A.V. Schally, del Nobel de Medicina por sus investigaciones sobre las hormonas peptídicas y sus avances en el diagnóstico y tratamiento de enfermedades de la tiroides, diabetes, tensión alta, esterilidad y problemas con el crecimiento. Además desarrolló la técnica de ensayo radioinmunológico.

Mujeres en la historia que han obtenido un Premio Nobel (Parte 2

Rosalyn Sussman Yalow (1921-2011) estudió Física e ingresó al Servicio de Medicina Nuclear del Hospital de Veteranos del Bronx. En 1977 se hizo acreedora, junto a R. Guillemin y A.V. Schally, del Nobel de Medicina por sus investigaciones sobre las hormonas peptídicas y sus avances en el diagnóstico y tratamiento de enfermedades de la tiroides, diabetes, tensión alta, esterilidad y problemas con el crecimiento. Además desarrolló la técnica de ensayo radioinmunológico.

Chien-Shiung Wu, a pioneering physicist, radically altered modern physical theory and changed our accepted view of the structure of the universe.

Chien-Shiung Wu, a pioneering physicist, radically altered modern physical theory and changed our accepted view of the structure of the universe.

Alexandra David-Néel: orientalista, cantante de ópera, periodista, exploradora, anarquista, espiritualista, budista y escritora franco-belga.

Alexandra David-Néel: orientalista, cantante de ópera, periodista, exploradora, anarquista, espiritualista, budista y escritora franco-belga.

Emmeline Pankhurst, c. 1909

Inside the Suffragists’ Jewelry Box: How Women of the Movement Wore Their Pride on Their Sleeves

Emmeline Pankhurst, c. 1909

Agnes George de Mille was born in 1905 in New York City. She attended UCLA (the University of California in Los Angeles) and chose to become a ballet dancer. Her debut was in a ballet in New York City, and after that date, she began to tour Europe.    In 1932, Agnes moved to London where she attended Madame Marie Rambert's Ballet Club. It was here that she learned how to fully dance ballet and also how to choreograph. In 1937, she danced in the premiere of Antony Tudor's Dark Elegies and…

Agnes George de Mille was born in 1905 in New York City. She attended UCLA (the University of California in Los Angeles) and chose to become a ballet dancer. Her debut was in a ballet in New York City, and after that date, she began to tour Europe. In 1932, Agnes moved to London where she attended Madame Marie Rambert's Ballet Club. It was here that she learned how to fully dance ballet and also how to choreograph. In 1937, she danced in the premiere of Antony Tudor's Dark Elegies and…

Mary Phelps Jacob: Inventor of the first patented bra.

Mary Phelps Jacob: Inventor of the first patented bra.

Leonora King - Canadian physician and medical missionary who spent 47 years practicing medicine in China. She was the FIRST Canadian doctor to work in China ~ Wikipedia

Leonora King - Canadian physician and medical missionary who spent 47 years practicing medicine in China. She was the FIRST Canadian doctor to work in China ~ Wikipedia

Mi asignatura favorita es la historia porque es divertida e interesante.

The 100-year mystery of why suffragette Emily Davison threw herself under the king's horse

Mi asignatura favorita es la historia porque es divertida e interesante.

Jane Addams: One of the pioneers of the suffrage movement, she helped to turn America to women's issues, along with the needs of children & public health. She co-founded Hull House in 1889 with her partner Ellen Gates Starr. Addams was later in a relationship with Mary Rozet Smith, who supported, financially, Addams's work at Hull House. She also set up the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom in 1915, was co-founder of the ACLU in 1920, and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931.

Jane Addams: One of the pioneers of the suffrage movement, she helped to turn America to women's issues, along with the needs of children & public health. She co-founded Hull House in 1889 with her partner Ellen Gates Starr. Addams was later in a relationship with Mary Rozet Smith, who supported, financially, Addams's work at Hull House. She also set up the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom in 1915, was co-founder of the ACLU in 1920, and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931.

"We're not asking for superiority for we have always had that; all we ask is equality."  -Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor

"We're not asking for superiority for we have always had that; all we ask is equality." -Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor

Ruth Benedict - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Ruth Benedict - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Edith Marie Flanigen is an American chemist, known for her work on synthesis of emeralds, and later zeolites for molecular sieves at Union Carbide. She was the first female recipient of the Perkin Medal in 1992.

Edith Marie Flanigen is an American chemist, known for her work on synthesis of emeralds, and later zeolites for molecular sieves at Union Carbide. She was the first female recipient of the Perkin Medal in 1992.

Emma Tenayuca: Pecan Shellers’ Strike Sparked Hispanic Workers’ Movement

Emma Tenayuca: Pecan Shellers’ Strike Sparked Hispanic Workers’ Movement

Women's History Month: Helen Keller broke barriers for everyone (Videos). Helen Keller at her Radcliffe graduation.

Women's History Month: Helen Keller broke barriers for everyone (Videos). Helen Keller at her Radcliffe graduation.

harriet martineau - Google Search

harriet martineau - Google Search

En el ghetto de Varsovia Irena Sendler salvaba bebés en el fondo de su caja de herramientas y en su carro  los niños más grandes. Enseñó a ladrar a su perro cuando se acercaba un soldado nazi, así éstos la dejaban pasar sin preguntas y ladridos cubría el llanto de niños.Salvó a 2500 niños judíos. Fue capturada y torturada, no pudo volver a caminar por las lesiones. Como ocultó los nombres originales de los niños en un frasco después de la guerra pudieron ser identificados

En el ghetto de Varsovia Irena Sendler salvaba bebés en el fondo de su caja de herramientas y en su carro los niños más grandes. Enseñó a ladrar a su perro cuando se acercaba un soldado nazi, así éstos la dejaban pasar sin preguntas y ladridos cubría el llanto de niños.Salvó a 2500 niños judíos. Fue capturada y torturada, no pudo volver a caminar por las lesiones. Como ocultó los nombres originales de los niños en un frasco después de la guerra pudieron ser identificados