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Why I'm a Health Scientist: Sarah Dick

Why I’m a Health Scientist is an ongoing series from Queen's Health Sciences exploring our researchers' personalities, motivations, and inspirations.

Scientific discovery is in Dr. Sarah Dick’s blood – and the organ that pumps it is front and centre in her work. In Why I’m a Health Scientist, the associate professor in Biomedical and Molecular Sciences gets to the heart of her research – from the power of “aha” moments to her first experience with a microscope to her vision for improving cardiovascular health. 

Read the interview here.