Roberta Bondar is the first female astronaut from Canada, and she was also the first neurologist to go to space. She had a very successful career at NASA, where she was the head of space medicine for over a decade. After her career at NASA she became a consultant and worked in business, science, and medical fields.
In 1992, Roberta Bondar became the first neurologist in space. Working for NASA as the head of an international space medicine research team, she has been recognized around the world for her contributions to space medicine. In addition to her work in space, she has been a huge environmental activist. She has spoken on numerous occasions about the environment and about our social responsibility to various organizations. Canada recently named her as their first “Biotechnology Champion”, and she was also a patron of UNESCO’s International Year of Planet Earth for the nation.
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