Sarah A. Nunneley

The Scientist Date: May 25, 1995 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "THE SCIENTIST covers both women scientists as newsmakers and the issues that women and minorities face in science careers....THE SCIENTIST makes a concerted effort to represent women's opinions and expertise, all the more important because women's names are often not the first to be put forth in the press." SARAH A. NUNNELEY Research Physician Armstrong Labo

The Scientist Staff
May 28, 1995

The Scientist

Date: May 25, 1995


THE SCIENTIST®

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"THE SCIENTIST covers both women scientists as newsmakers and the issues that women and minorities face in science careers....THE SCIENTIST makes a concerted effort to represent women's opinions and expertise, all the more important because women's names are often not the first to be put forth in the press."

SARAH A. NUNNELEY
Research Physician
Armstrong Laboratory, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas

Sarah A. Nunneley, an expert in aerospace medicine and environmental physiology, researches the effects of harsh and hostile working environments on the human body. Currently testing artificial thermal control systems for pilots, her recent research challenges the present understanding of thermoregulation of the brain. Nunneley also consults on the broader issue of experimentation with healthy human volunteers.

The first woman to receive board certification in aerospace medicine, Nunneley...

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