biosci Content biosci Content for Feminist Research Institute en Women in Medicine: Challenges and Opportunities at an Academic Medical Center in Pakistan <h3 class="heading--auxiliary">Women in Medicine and Health Sciences (WlMHS) present</h3> <h2>Women in Medicine: Challenges and Opportunities at an Academic Medical Center in Pakistan</h2> <figure role="group" class="caption caption-img align-right"><img alt="Dr. Sarah Nadeem, headshot" data-entity-type="file" data-entity-uuid="306142de-0319-444b-9864-e2f4075c664a" src="/sites/g/files/dgvnsk4186/files/inline-images/WIMHS-Nadeem.jpg" /><figcaption>Dr. Sarah Nadeem</figcaption></figure><p><strong>Dr. May 03, 2019 - 3:19pm Scott Tsuchitani CANCELED - HATCH presents: SO SICK - Is Lyme disease a feminist issue? <div class="alert alert--error">CANCELED DUE TO AIR QUALITY ISSUES</div> <h3 class="heading--auxiliary">HATCH Presents</h3> <h2>SO SICK - Is Lyme disease a feminist issue?</h2> <p>Author Porochista Khakpour and filmmaker Sini Anderson on chronic illness, misdiagnosis, and healthcare in a climate crisis.</p> <p>Event organized by <a href="">HATCH Feminist Arts &amp; Sciences Shop</a></p> <p>Co-sponsored by: UC Davis Humanities Institute</p> September 14, 2018 - 6:02pm Scott Tsuchitani What is Feminist Research: Quimera Rosa <p><span><span>Quimera Rosa’s approach to feminist research emphasizes a transversality and embodiment that challenge fixed notions of identity, scientific objectivity, and epistemic universality.  They use art as a medium with which to build collaborative relations between feminist arts and science.  Locating a foundational dualism of Western thinking in the constructed boundary between nature and culture, Quimera Rosa works to deconstruct this normative dualism through the notion of the cyborg.</span></span></p> June 21, 2018 - 1:34am Scott Tsuchitani