Podcast: Clifton Poodry is fostering greater diversity in science
Clifton Poodry is a biologist and director of Minority Opportunities in Research at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. In this podcast, Dr. Poodry discusses growing up on the Tonawanda Seneca Indian Reservation in western New York, and the value of mentorship in helping young people draw on their own creativity to nurture an interest in science.

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A production of the Smithsonian's Lemelson Center. Written and hosted by Will Eastman. Audio production and theme music by Will Eastman. Art Molella, executive producer. Maggie Dennis, podcast program manager. Joyce Bedi, webmaster. Clifton Poodry was originally interviewed on October 28, 2009 by Will Eastman. Podcast released November 20, 2009.