Inspiring Stories 013 – Bahijja Raimi-Abraham
📣 Introducing Bahijja Raimi-Abraham
💊 Dr Bahijja Raimi-Abraham is a pharmacist, Lecturer in Pharmaceutics at King’s College London, Founder and Academic Lead of King’s College London Fight the Fakes. She leads her research group ‘The Raimi-Abraham Group‘ which focuses on solving pharmaceutical challenges in infectious diseases with a particular interest in malaria, tuberculosis, and latent and asymptomatic infections.
🎙️ She is the founder and host of Monday Science (selected in the top 25 Best UK Science Podcast by Feedspot), a weekly podcast that discusses the latest in Science, Health and Technology.
🏆 The first graduate of the University of East Anglia School of Pharmacy to be awarded a PhD and was the 2018 recipient of the Outstanding Woman in STEM Precious Award. Dr Raimi-Abraham is a Board Member of the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Great Britain (APS). More recently, Dr Raimi-Abraham was the recipient of the 2022 APS Emerging Scientist Award.
In her inspiring story podcast episode, we look at:
- Bahijja’s personal struggles with mental health and how she overcame them to be where she is today.
- The role of the inner critical voice that we all have and what to do about it.
- How Bahijja used three quotes to create a set of powerful values, creating a culture of psychological safety in her group
I loved every second of it!
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