Nina Dudnik and Seeding Labs: Enabling Scientists to Battle Global Diseases and Feed a Growing Population

June 28, 2016

Hosted by Robert Rimm

Dr. Nina Dudnik is the founder and CEO of Seeding Labs, a Boston-based nonprofit equipping global scientists with the tools, training and connections to make innovative discoveries. Seeding Labs’ mission is to enable scientists worldwide to maximize their full potential to battle global diseases, feed a growing population and protect the planet. Since 2003, Seeding Labs has provided resources for research to scientists in 26 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and India.

Nina studied biochemistry as an undergraduate at Brown University and holds a PhD in molecular biology from Harvard. Before founding Seeding Labs, she received a Fulbright Scholarship to study at the Africa Rice Center in Ivory Coast. She has been named a 2010 PopTech Social Innovation Fellow, an Echoing Green Fellow and a TED Fellow, and received the 2010 Massachusetts Young Nonprofit Professional award.

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