This is an extremely shallow point of view no matter how we look at it.
I judge scientists by their credibility and achievements in their respective fields, not their looks.
Here you go! Enjoy objectifying them instead of paying attention to their work
Amy Mainzer, PhD: Astrophysics
Amy Mainzer earned her PhD in Astronomy from UCLA. She is the Deputy Project Scientist for the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer. She is also the
Principal Investigator for the NEOWISE project to study minor planets and the proposed Near Earth Object Camera space telescope mission. She has
appeared several times in the History Channel series, The Universe. Her research interests include asteroids, brown dwarfs, planetary atmospheres,
debris disks, star formation and the design and construction of new ground and space-based instrumentation.
Franziska Michor, PhD: Evolutionary Biology
Franziska Michor received her PhD from Harvard's Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology in 2005. Afterwards, she was a Junior Fellow in the
Harvard Society of Fellows and worked at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. From 2007 to 2010, she was assistant professor at the Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. In 2010, she moved to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard School of Public Health. Her lab
investigates the evolutionary dynamics of cancer.
Both Franziska and her sister Johanna, who has a PhD in Mathematics, are licensed to drive 18-wheelers in Austria.
Rhonda Freeman, PhD: Neuropsychology
Rhonda Freeman earned her PhD in psychology, specializing in neuropsychology, from Drexel University. She trained within the neuropsychology track,
evaluating the cognitive and emotional status of patients diagnosed with psychiatric conditions. She has provided neuropsychological services to
individuals with moderate to severe brain trauma, stroke, acute stress disorder, and various other neurological and medical conditions. Since 2001,
Freeman has worked for the largest neurology practice in South Florida- Sunrise Medical Group Neurology. You can follow her on Twitter, @DrRFreeman,
or via her website, RhondaFreemanPhD.com .
She was a cheerleader for the Philadelphia Eagles between 1995-1999, and she cheered for the Miami Dolphins between 2006-2007.
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