Kullanıcı:Mukaddime/Bilim kadınları (21. yüzyıl)

Orijinal liste: en:List of female scientists in the 21st century

Diğer bilim kadınları listeleri için:

ArgentinaDüzenle

ArmeniaDüzenle

AustraliaDüzenle

  • Anne Astin (graduated 1976), biochemist active in dairy development
  • Katherine Belov (born 1973), Australian geneticist, Tasmanian devil cancer researcher
  • Suzanne Cory (born 1942), Australian molecular biologist
  • Jean Finnegan, Australian scientist, researches flowering processes and epigenetic regulation in plants
  • Naomi McClure-Griffiths, American-Australian astrophysicist. Discovered a new arm of the Milky Way galaxy
  • Jessica Melbourne-Thomas, (graduated 2002), marine ecologist and ecosystem modeller with the Australian Antarctic Division
  • Sue O'Connor Australian archaeologist, discovered the world's oldest fish hooks which were found in an adult female's grave
  • Una M. Ryan, (1966) patented DNA test identifying the protozoan parasite Cryptosporidium
  • Helen Alma Newton Turner (1908–1995), geneticist and statistician, expert on sheep genetics
  • Carden Wallace (fl. 1970–), marine biologist and museum director, expert on corals
  • Rachel Webster (born 1951), astrophysicist, educator
  • Mary E. White (born 1926), paleobotanist

AustriaDüzenle

BarbadosDüzenle

  • Velma Scantlebury, (1955) first woman of African descent to become a transplant surgeon in the U.S.

BelgiumDüzenle

BoliviaDüzenle

  • Sonia Alconini (born 1965), Bolivian archaeologist of the Formative Period of the Lake Titicaca basin
  • Kathrin Barboza Marquez (born 1983), Bolivian biologist specializing in bat research

BrazilDüzenle

CanadaDüzenle

ChileDüzenle

ChinaDüzenle

  • Margaret Chan (born 1947), Chinese (Hong Kong) health specialist, director-general of the World Health Organization
  • Zeng Rong, biochemist specializing in proteins
  • Jian Xu, CTO at IBM, software engineer
  • Zhao Yufen (born 1948), chemical engineer
  • Qian Zhengying (born 1923), Chinese hydrologist and politician
  • Lü Zhi (born 1965), giant panda expert and conservationist

ColombiaDüzenle

CroatiaDüzenle

CubaDüzenle

Czech RepublicDüzenle

  • Eva Syková (born 1944), neuroscientist researching spinal cord injury

DenmarkDüzenle

Dominican RepublicDüzenle

  • Idelisa Bonnelly (1931-), Dominican Republic marine biologist who created first sanctuary in the North Atlantic for humpback whales

FranceDüzenle

GermanyDüzenle

GuadeloupeDüzenle

IndiaDüzenle

  • Joyanti Chutia (born 1948), work spans both centuries, focusing on physics
  • Seetha Coleman-Kammula (born 1950-) Indian chemist and plastics designer, turned environmentalist
  • Paramjit Khurana (born 1956), Indian biologist specializing in plant biotechnology
  • Shobhana Narasimhan (graduated 1983), Indian physicist, professor of theoretical sciences in Bangalore
  • Priyamvada Natarajan (graduated 1993), Indian-born American astronomer, educator
  • Manju Ray (graduated 1969), Indian biochemist developing anticancer drugs

IranDüzenle

  • Maryam Mirzakhani, (1977-2017) was an Iranian-American mathematician and a professor of mathematics at Stanford University.
  • Saba Valadkhan Born:1974,Tehran Education:Columbia University an Iranian American biomedical scientist,and an Assistant Professor and RNA researcher at Case Western Reserve University.
  • Ālenush Teriān, (1920-2011) was an Iranian-Armenian astronomer and physicist and is called 'Mother of Modern Iranian Astronomy'.
  • Mina J. Bissell is an Iranian-American biologist known for her research on breast cancer.
  • Pardis C. Sabeti is an Iranian-American computational biologist, medical geneticist and evolutionary geneticist.
  • Roxana Moslehi, Ph.D. is a genetic epidemiologist. Most of her research is dedicated to the study of cancer and cancer precursors
  • Anousheh Ansari (Born: September 12, 1966, Mashhad) is an Iranian-American engineer and co-founder and chairwoman of Prodea Systems.
  • Reihaneh Safavi-Naini is the AITF Strategic Chair in Information Security at the University of Calgary, Canada

IraqDüzenle

  • Lihadh Al-Gazali (graduated 1973), geneticist, established a registry for congenital disorders in the United Arab Emirates

IsraelDüzenle

ItalyDüzenle

  • Maria Abbracchio (born 1956), Italian pharmacologist who works with purinergic receptors and identified GPR17. On Reuter's most cited list since 2006.
  • Daria Guidetti, astrophysicist with the INAF.
  • Chiara Nappi (graduated 1976), Italian particle physicist active in the US
  • Elisa Oricchio (born 1979), discovered that the protein EphA7 activates the tumor suppressor gene for patients with follicular lymphoma

LatviaDüzenle

LuxembourgDüzenle

MoroccoDüzenle

NetherlandsDüzenle

New ZealandDüzenle

NigeriaDüzenle

NorwayDüzenle

  • Tine Jensen (born 1957), psychologist specializing in psychological trauma

PeruDüzenle

PortugalDüzenle

RussiaDüzenle

Saudi ArabiaDüzenle

SerbiaDüzenle

SingaporeDüzenle

  • Gloria Lim (1930-), Singaporean mycologist, first woman Dean of the University of Singapore
  • Lisa Ng, virologist

South AfricaDüzenle

SpainDüzenle

South KoreaDüzenle

  • Ju-Lee Kim (graduated 1991), mathematician, educator, now in the United States
  • Myeong-Hee Yu (born 1954), South Korean microbiologist

SwitzerlandDüzenle

TaiwanDüzenle

  • Chung-Pei Ma (born 1966), astrophysicist, now in the United States

UkraineDüzenle

  • Svitlana Mayboroda (born 1981), mathematician, educator, researching harmonic analysis and partial differential equations

United KingdomDüzenle

United StatesDüzenle

VenezuelaDüzenle

  • Mayly Sánchez (born ca. 1975) astrophysicist studying neutrinos, awarded the US PECASE Prize in 2011

VietnamDüzenle

ZimbabweDüzenle