Enjoy this brief interview with ArunA Bio Research Scientist Emily Baker. Baker earned her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and her PhD in Neuroscience. Based in Athens, Georgia, ArunA Bio manufactures neural stem cells for the world’s leading research organizations, striving to improve outcomes for neurodegenerative, genetic, and rare diseases.

In her interview, Baker discusses the experiments she conducts every day in her job and a high school physics class that inspired her to pursue a career in science.

“The biggest advice I would give to any high schooler thinking of pursuing science is to not pass up any learning opportunities. Immerse yourself in as many things as possible, because that’s the only way you’ll know if you like something.”

Thank you to Emily Baker for participating in this interview, and thank you to ArunA Bio. We at Georgia Bio are proud of the work they do to make Georgia a leader in the biosciences industry.

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