Daniela Ushizima of the Computational Research Division credits her Brazilian heritage for her resilience, a valuable trait for those in the field of experimental sciences, she says.
Daniela Ushizima started at the Lab as a postdoc 13 years ago and is now a staff scientist working with machine learning and computer vision for scientific image analysis and autonomous experimentation reliant on pattern recognition. Ushizima is also the recipient of a Director’s Achievement Award and a Women@The Lab Award. What does she enjoy most about working at the Lab? The multidisciplinary research projects involving intelligent and diverse people both in terms of their nationality, gender, race, culture, and science backgrounds.
As part of Latin American Heritage Month, Ushizima answers three questions for Elements: Read the full article here>>