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IAmScience Norma Castro-Guerrero

28 days ago   |   By Bond Life Sciences Center

By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC
If you like your work, you won't ever work a day in your life.
That's the case for Norma Castro-Guerrero, a research scientist in David Mendoza's lab at Bond Life Sciences Center. Having a good attitude and making the most of everything is something she strives to do.
“I wake up every day and I am already thinking about what I need to do,” Castro-Guerrero said. “Time flies by during the day. I think that's a way to know that you love what you do.”
She first witnessed this attitude in action from a principal investigator in her undergraduate studies at the...
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