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Maryam Zaringhalam is a molecular biologist, science writer, and communicator. She is currently an American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow. She advocates for equity and inclusion in STEM-related fields, working with 500 Women Scientists to ensure science best serves the public good.[2]

In addition, Zaringhalam is a producer for the Story Collider. She co-hosts and produces a science policy and advocacy podcast called Science Soapbox.[3]

Zaringhalam is currently based in Washington, D.C. [3]


Early Life & Education

Before getting into biology, Maryam Zaringhalam developed a passion for web design at an early age. She has been involved with designing websites since she was in the seventh grade; her first website was For Horse Lovers Only .

In 2010, Zaringhalam graduated from New York University with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Anthropology.[2]

Maryam went on to complete her Ph.D. at Rockefeller University in 2017, studying RNA biology (with computers). While there, she worked to develop a de novo approach to map the RNA modification Pseudouridine throughout the transcptome utilizing next-generation sequencing technologies. After four similar techniques were released, she conducted and published a comparative analysis of the methods.[2] She recommended improvements to increase reproducibility and tested it in the parasite Trypanosoma brucei. Her thesis was entitled, "High-throughput Detection of Pseudouridine: Caveats, Conundrums, and a Case for Open Science."[2]


Career

While Maryam was in graduate school, she founded ArtLab: a blog and an event series dedicated to exploring science through the lens of art. She co-founded Science Soapbox: a podcast that discusses science, policy, and advocacy. She serves on the leadership board of 500 Women Scientists, a grassroots science advocacy organization run by women to promote and encourage women in STEM-related fields.

In July 2017, she joined the Story Collider team as a producer. Her goal is to create personal stories about science to live audiences in the Washington, D.C. area.[2]

Since August 2017, Zaringhalam has been an AAAS fellow at the National Institutes of Health. She specializes in open science and data science policy.[2]

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