Galina Limorenko

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Galina Limorenko is a doctoral candidate in Neuroscience with a focus on biochemistry and molecular biology of neurodegenerative diseases at EPFL in Switzerland. She actively advocates and implements solutions for equality, neurodiversity and inclusion in sciences. That is when not consumed by reading, or building wooden furniture and toys for her guinea pigs Rick and Morty.

For a high-functioning society we must learn to embrace neurodiversity

Listening to the voices of diverse communities helps us foster a truly inclusive society, where we treat everyone with respect and humanity.

Virginity testing is as unscientific as it is sexist, but will banning these tests prove effective?

Banning virginity testing won't stop the violation of women’s rights, but protecting human rights will make such tests obsolete

Well-designed patient outreach can help tackle misinformation where it does the most harm

Engaging directly and openly with patients can have a lasting effect - for both the patients and the scientists trying to help them.

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