As Nature Neuroscience celebrates its 25th anniversary, we are having conversations with both established leaders in the field and those earlier in their careers to discuss how the field has evolved and where it is heading. This month we are talking to Freda Miller, Deputy Director and Professor of Developmental Neurobiology at University of British Columbia. She is known for her work on neuronal and mesenchymal stem and precursor cells and how they can promote tissue repair and regeneration. Here we talk about science and how to make your mark.
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Floriddia, E. In conversation with Freda Miller. Nat Neurosci 26, 1653–1656 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41593-023-01440-2