We present here recollections, by two scientists, of Professor Keller's Taiwan tour. They both sat in the audience of her talk as undergraduate students at National Yang-Ming University, and had the chance to enjoy her intellectual charm while escorting her around Taipei. Through her words and her writings, Keller opened new horizons for those two students on their ways to pursuing careers in science. A medical graduate, Chien-Kuang Cornelia Ding is a Ph.D candidate in genetics and genomics at Duke University. At the time of publication, Li-Tang Tsai has completed her Ph.D training at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland.

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My career goal is to become a medical researcher. As a medical student, I expected that the training required to become a physician would also help me to become a good scientist. Like many of my classmates back...

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