D.Phil., Zoology, Somerville College, University of Oxford; A.B., Ecology and Evolutionary
Biology, Certificate in Environmental Studies, Princeton University. At Oxford,
he trained as an organismic biologist, investigating the sociality of wild tool-using
New Caledonian crows through a novel animal-borne technology. While studying at
Oxford, he was also a fellow at Harvard University and a visiting scholar at the University
of St. Andrews. Prior to attending Oxford, he facilitated clinical drug trials associated
with Pennsylvania Hospital. He is published in two fields of science: clinical health
care and ethology, and is keen to engage in cross-disciplinary discourse.
Academy projects: The Alternative Energy Future; New Models for U.S.
Science and Technology Policy; Public Trust in Science and Medicine
Ph.D., Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry (MCB), Brown University;
B.S., Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Rice University. As a graduate student she
investigated the atomic resolution structures of protein kinases, phosphatases,
and scaffolds and was dedicated to university outreach, volunteering for recruiting
efforts and serving on the MCB graduate program admissions committee.
Academy projects: Advancing Research in Science and Engineering (ARISE
II): The Role of Academia, Industry, and Government in the 21st Century; New Models
for Science and Technology Policy; Public Trust in Vaccines
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