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Writing box with cranes, Japan, Edo period, 1603–1868 AD, wood, black lacquer, gold and silver maki-e — Linden-Museum — Stuttgart, Germany (Wikipedia)

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Employed at Yale University, Deepti is primarily a scientist & patient advocate. She runs Tilde Cafe, a forum to make science accessible (www.tildecafe.org)

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Deepti Pradhan

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Employed at Yale University, Deepti is primarily a scientist & patient advocate. She runs Tilde Cafe, a forum to make science accessible (www.tildecafe.org)

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