Podcasts, Stories of people

Episode 2 – Fatima, world class researcher

Anne-Marie Finch talks to Fatima AlZahra´a Alatraktchi who is acknowledged as one of the most influential researchers globally. In a young age, Fatima proved her talent by working hard, adding creativity to her research – always sharing of compassion. Fatima´s global voice is here today to inspire with wisdom within various areas, among others how to scale belongingness in the world of research.
If you have questions, thoughts and comments, please feel free to contact Fatima at alzahraa@ruc.dk.

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