What Can You Be with a PhD?

A Science and Technology Focused Career Convention

November 4-5, 2017

Registration will be available on September 18, 2017


About the Convention

A Science and Technology Focused Career Convention
Description

Supported by a New York City regional consortium of colleges and universities and recognized as a nationally preeminent career convention. What Can You Be With A PhD? A Science and Technology Focused Career Convention is a unique opportunity to connect the private and public sector, industry and academe with the rising generation of scientists and engineers who will become tomorrow’s leaders and innovators.

Agenda at a Glance

Time, Location, and Session Name
Daily Schedule:

Session 1 | 10:00am - 11:30am
Lunch | 11:30am - 1:00pm
Session 2 | 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Coffee Break | 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Session 3 | 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Keynote Address | 5:00pm - 6:30pm

October 24, 2015

10:00am - 11:30am

Type: Workshop
Location: Alumni Hall A

Interview Skills

Your CV is a matter of record. Now it’s time to pay attention to the rest. Are you aware of the perceptions you are creating? Master some tools to help you once you’ve landed that interview: What do your body language, your clothing, your manners say about you? We communicate more through what others see than any other single factor. Interviewing is not necessarily limited to formal settings. Sometimes they can include social settings. Learn how to navigate these social settings to your best advantage.

Instructor:
Bernadette So, PhD

Director of Graduate Student Career Development

10:00am - 11:30am

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall B

Government Careers

Working for the government involves a wide variety of career options, from running a basic research lab to working on science policy and everything in between. This panel will shed some light on the kinds of opportunities most available to recent PhD graduates, and provide insight into how to find the right fit for you.

Moderator:
Joerg Schlatterer, PhD

National Science Foundation, Program Director

Speakers:
Andrew Hebbeler, PhD

U.S. Dept. of State, Deputy Director for Cooperative Threat Reduction

Huong Hyunh Reagan, PhD
US Food and Drug Administration, Pharmacologist

Andrew Mara, PhD
Department of Defense, Office of the Secretary of Defense

10:00am - 11:30am

Type: Panel
Location: Farkas Auditorium

Bench Science in Private Industry

The pharmaceutical industry draws on a variety of expertise to fill variety of positions. Our panelists will shine a light on the road into a career in the pharmaceutical industry and what to expect if you get there.

Moderator:
Nathan Tinker, PhD

NewYorkBIO, Executive Director

Speakers:
Rafael Depetris , PhD

Kadmon LLC, Director

Anne Diers, PhD
Berg, Senior Scientist II

Lori Gowen Morton, PhD
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Director, Cardiovascular Research and Fibrosis Research

10:00am - 11:30am

Type: Workshop
Location: Smilow MPR

Schmooze or Lose

Social settings often intimidate otherwise accomplished professionals. Mary Mitchell discusses business event etiquette concerns such as, address introductions, handshakes, small talk, gender differences, and Miserable Moments - forgetting names, breaking into a group, alcohol protocol, and a host of others. You’ll be given an opportunity to practice these skills.

Instructor:
Mary Mitchell
 
The Mitchell Organization, President

10:00am - 11:30am

Type: Panel
Location: Smilow Seminar

Technology/Business Development

Research institutions are the source of many ground-breaking discoveries and inventions with the potential to save lives or preserve world around us. If you aspire to help turn those discoveries into products or businesses then a career in technology & business development may be for you. In this panel we will hear from professionals who have moved from the bench to work at the interface of science and product development.

Moderator:
Eric Vieira, PhD

CUNY, Director, Special Research Programs

Speakers:
Dee Dao, PhD

NYU Entrepreneurial Insititute, Venture Associate

Nadim Shohdy, PhD
NYU School of Medicine, Director, Office of Therapeutics Alliances

Lisa Wisniewski, PhD
S3B Consulting, President

1:00pm - 2:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Smilow Seminar

Careers in Science Journalism

Much like scientists, journalists research and document their subjects. However science journalists must also translate complex, jargon filled ideas into a compelling story that can be understood by a lay audience. This panel features experienced science journalists that strive to increase public understanding of science and research.

Moderator:
John Timmer, PhD

Ars Technica, Science Editor

Speakers:
Laura Helmuth, PhD

Slate magazine, Science and Health Editor

Maria Konnikova, PhD
The New Yorker; Viking/Penguin, Author; Journalist

Natalie Wolchover
Quanta Magazine, Staff writer

1:00pm - 2:30pm

Type: Workshop
Location: Smilow MPR

Negotiation Skills

Asking for what you want can be challenging--if you’re not prepared. Learn how to address salary questions during an interview, strategies to approach a salary negotiation, and how to manage potential negotiation factors.

Instructor:
Bernadette So PhD

Director of Graduate Student Career Development

1:00pm - 2:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Farkas Auditorium

Careers at Regeneron

Regeneron has grown tremendously over the last few years, and many of our former students and postdocs have found careers with them. This session will highlight some of the diverse career paths available within this vibrant company that you might not know much about. This goes beyond the bench scientist in industry we all think we know, and will open your eyes to the breadth of possibilities at Regeneron and other pharmaceutical companies.

Moderator:
Lyndon Mitnaul, PhD

Regeneron, Director, Program Management

Speakers:
Brandy Lee Bennett, PhD

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc Manager Program Direction

Alison Crawford, PhD
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Staff Scientist

Ronald Totong, PhD
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Associate Scientific Business Analyst

1:00pm - 2:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall B

Medical Writing

Communicating the astounding progress occurring in science to a broad audience is a daunting task, but science writers do this every day. Science writers must possess the intellect of Einstein, the writing skills of Faulkner, and the curiosity of a cat. Our panelists will discuss the ways in which you can use your love of science and writing in a way that is personally fulfilling and professionally rewarding.

Moderator:
Cali Howitt, PhD

BGB Group, Vice President and Medical Director

Speakers:
Deb Aronson, PhD

MedEdNow, LLC, Medical Director and Business Development Specialist

Chris Blagden, PhD
Consultants in Medical Education, Medical Director

Christina Hughes, PhD
Medical Exchange International (MEI), Director, Medical and Scientific Affairs

Ashleigh Pulkoski-Gross, PhD
AXON Communications, Scientific Affairs Associate and Medical Writer

1:00pm - 2:30pm

Type: Workshop
Location: Alumni Hall A

Workshop: Relationship Skills

We are all working in relationships with others. Your performance (and your happiness at work) depends on how well you are able to communicate with others, to get your needs met, receive the support and help you need, support others effectively and resolve conflict where it arises. In this workshop, you will learn winning strategies to create sustainable relationships and communicate feedback in a way that increases the likelihood of getting what you need.

Instructors:
Matthias Birk, PhD

Columbia University, Adjunct Professor

3:00pm - 4:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall A

Careers in Publishing

A career in the publishing world can be incredibly rewarding and exciting, but as the world of publishing changes it can be hard to know what roles will be played by PhDs in the future. Our panel of publishers will explain the breadth of possibilities, what skills are most needed, and what is the best way for a PhD to make the transition.

Moderator:
Francisco Carmona, PhD

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Research Fellow

Speakers:
Cesar Berrios-Otero, PhD

F1000, Outreach Director

Paul-Andre Genest, PhD
Elsevier, Associate Publisher

Sebastien Thuault, PhD
Nature Neuroscience, Associate Editor

3:00pm - 4:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall B

Women in Science

Being a scientist is certainly not easy for anyone, but there are many additional challenges for women scientists. This panel will discuss the challenges and provide advice on overcoming them. Hear from three wonderful panelists at different career stages and in different career paths, share your own experiences, and network with other audience members.

Moderator:
Jeanne Garbarino, PhD

The Rockefeller University, Director of Science Outreach

Speakers:
Diala Habib, PhD

Healthcare Consultancy Group – Health Science Communications, Senior Medical Director

Lisa Kozlowski, PhD
Thomas Jefferson University, Associate Dean

Joan Lakoski, PhD
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Chief Science Officer; Vice President of Research and Graduate Education

3:00pm-4:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Farkas Auditorium

Non-research Industry Careers

Many students and postdocs assume that transitioning to industry means they’ll just be pipetting in a fancier setting and getting a bigger paycheck. But most PhDs working in private industry don’t do bench research, and this session sheds light on the wide range of non-research careers open to you in the corporate world. From communications to regulatory affairs to education, and beyond, the options for your future are far greater than you might have thought.

Moderator:
Kamila Sip

NYU School of Medicine, Postdoctoral Program Assistant Director

Speakers:
Emily Bauer

PhD, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Associate Director, Immuno-Oncology Marketing, Biomarkers

Anastacia Berzat, PhD
Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research Scientific Program Manager

Jaime Blais, PhD
Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development and Commercialization, Director of, Global Medical Affairs

3:00pm-4:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Smilow MPR

Academic Administration

Academic institutions are increasingly looking for academically trained people to help support scientific research and training. Panelists who have taken a variety of paths to the support side of research will talk about their careers in Administration.

Moderator:
Arthee Jahangir, PhD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Assistant Director of Career & Professional Development

Speakers:
Rory Flinn, PhD

Columbia University, Director, Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

Nina Gray, PhD
NYU Langone Medical Center, Executive Director

Marcus Lambert, PhD
Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Director of Diversity and Student Services

3:00pm-4:30pm

Type: Workshop
Location: Smilow Seminar

Workshops: Career Satisfaction

You want to know which career is right for you, but where do you start? This workshop will help you gain greater clarity around what you’re innately good at, what motivates you, and what matters to you. Seeing this weekend’s sessions through the lens of your own individual strengths, preferences and values can help the right career choice become more clear. We’ll also take a look at what modern psychology tells us about the elements that need to be in place to be successful and happy

Instructors:
Matthias Birk, PhD

Columbia University, Adjunct Professor

5:00pm-6:30pm

Type: Keynote Speaker
Location: Farkas Auditorium

Rush D. Holt, PhD

Rush D. Holt, PhD, became the 18th chief executive officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and executive publisher of the Science family of journals in February 2015. In this role, Holt leads the world’s largest multi-disciplinary scientific and engineering society.

Over his long career, Dr. Holt has held positions as a teacher, scientist, administrator, and policymaker. From 1987 to 1998, Holt was assistant director of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), a Department of Energy national lab, which is the largest research facility of Princeton University and one of the largest alternative energy research facilities in the country. At PPPL, Holt helped establish the lab’s nationally renowned science education program. From 1980 to 1988, Holt served on the faculty of Swarthmore College, where he taught courses in physics and public policy. In 1982, he took leave from Swarthmore to serve as an AAAS/American Physical Society Science and Technology Policy Fellow on Capitol Hill. The Fellowships program, dating to 1973, places outstanding scientists and engineers in executive, legislative, and Congressional branch assignments for one or two years; by early 2015, the program had served nearly 3,000 alumni working worldwide in the policy, academic, industry, and nonprofit realms. Holt has said that his AAAS S&T Policy Fellowship was “life changing,” and served as a springboard to his role in Congress. He also served as an arms control expert at the U.S. State Department, where he monitored the nuclear programs of countries such as Iraq, Iran, North Korea, and the former Soviet Union. In 1981, Holt was issued a patent for an improved solar-pond technology for harnessing energy from sunlight.

Before coming to AAAS, Holt served for 16 years as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing New Jersey’s 12th Congressional District. In Congress, Holt served as a senior member of the Committee on Natural Resources and the Committee on Education and the Workforce. On Capitol Hill, Holt established a long track record of advocacy for federal investment in research and development, science education, and innovation. He served on the National Commission on the Teaching of Mathematics and Science (known as the Glenn Commission), founded the Congressional Research and Development Caucus, and served as a co-chair of the Biomedical Research Caucus. Holt served eight years on the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and, from 2007 to 2010, chaired the Select Intelligence Oversight Panel, which worked to strengthen legislative oversight of the intelligence community. His legislative work earned him numerous accolades, including being named one of Scientific American magazine’s “50 National Visionaries Contributing to a Brighter Technological Future” and a “Champion of Science” by the Science Coalition. He has also received awards from the American Chemical Society, the American Association of University Professors, the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students, the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, the Council of Scientific Society Presidents, the American Geophysical Union, and the Biotechnology Industry Organization. Holt is also a past recipient of two of AAAS’ highest honors: the William D. Carey Lectureship Award (2005) and the Philip Hauge Abelson Award (2010).

From December 2014 to February 2015, Holt was appointed a Director’s Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.

Holt is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, and he holds M.A. and PhD degrees in physics from New York University. He is an elected fellow of AAAS, the American Physical Society, and Sigma Xi, and he holds honorary degrees from Monmouth University, Rider University, and Thomas Edison State College. He is married to Margaret Lancefield, a physician, and they have three children and seven grandchildren.



October 25, 2015

10:00am-11:30am

Type: Panel
Location: Farkas Auditorium

Getting to the Dark Side: Preparing for a Career in Industry

Adapting to industry jobs can be a significant challenge for scientists coming from academia. Industry values and even requires skills that go beyond the traditional scientific/technical competencies. Having an awareness of your skills and an ability to express those skills in business terms provides a significant competitive advantage in landing an industry job and being successful in that job. This workshop introduces 24 business competencies valued in industry, relates them to academic research experiences, and demonstrates how to identify those competencies and relate them to job ads and descriptions.

Speaker:
Randall Ribaudo, PhD

SciPhD.com, co-founder, CEO

10:00am-11:30am

Type: Panel
Location: Smilow MPR

Choosing a Postdoc

There are many factors that contribute to a successful postdoc experience. Come listen to the advice some thoughtful experts on the academic postdoc to help you figure out what to consider as you are choosing your next postdoctoral position.

Moderator:
Tom Magaldi, PhD

Memorial Sloan Kettering, Administrator of Career Services

Speakers:
Joel Oppenheim, PhD

NYU School of Medicine , Professor Emeritus of Microbiology and Diversity Advisor to the Office of Science Research

Dawid Nowak, PhD
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Postdoctoral Fellow

Paula Croxson, PhD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Assistant Professor

10:00am-11:30am

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall B

Careers in Science Policy

Our ability as a society to support the scientific enterprise depends on a bright and dedicated group of science-trained individuals who can recommend policies to lawmakers, granting agencies and other influential groups. From stem cell research to teaching science in public school, sound policy requires thoughtful and insightful individuals to create the structure under which we operate. Our panel will discuss the different ways to apply your scientific training in ways that affect the way science is done.

Moderator:
Ursula Koniges, PhD
NYU Graduate Student Researcher, Doctoral Candidate

Speakers:
Heather Dean, PhD

National Science Foundation, Associate Program Director

Barbara Natalizio, PhD
National Science Foundation, AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow

Yvette Seger, PhD
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), Director of Science Policy

10:00am-11:30am

Type: Workshop
Location: Smilow Seminar

Workshop: NRSA Fellowships

This hands-on writing workshop will help those who are working to prepare an application for an individual NRSA Fellowship (F awards; F30, F31, F32 or F33) for submission to the NIH.

Speakers:
Joan Lakoski, PhD

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Chief Science Officer; Vice President of Research and Graduate Education

Robert Milner, PhD
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Associate Vice Provost for Professional Development

10:00am-11:30am

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall A

Careers in Finance & Equity Research

The bioscience industry is built on life science innovation but money is the means to development. If you have an interest in how money flows to investments and enjoy a high-intensity work environment being a financial analyst may be the career path for you. In this panel, we will hear from professionals who have made the leap from evaluating bio data to engrossing themselves in financial data and learning how the industry operates.

Moderator:
Arthee Jahangir, PhD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Assistant Director of Career & Professional Development

Speakers:
Shiva Bolourchi

STC Biologics Inc, Project Manager and Business Development Associate

Raheleh Hatami, PhD
RA Capital, Associate

Anamaria Sudarov, PhD
Credit Suisse, Research Associate

1:00pm-2:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Smilow Seminar

Consulting Careers

If problem solver, creative and analytical thinker, and team player describe you well, then you may find a career in consulting and related fields a good match. Panelists will cover consulting and related careers where those transferable skills you picked up in graduate school becomes your number 1 asset.

Moderator:
Julie Diamond, MS

NYU School of Medicine, PhD Candidate

Speakers:
Michelle Kadnar, PhD

Booz Allen Hamilton, Associate

Alex Porras, PhD
McKinsey, Consultant

Jeffrey Skaar, PhD
Boston Strategic Partners, Consultant

Halvar Trodahl, PhD
McKinsey & Co, Engagement Manager

1:00pm-2:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Smilow Multipurpose Room

Non-traditional Postdocs

Graduate students considering their next career move usually look at doing a postdoc, and that makes sense for many. But not all postdocs are created equal, and more and more innovative programs are appearing that can give you postdoctoral experience in a more specialized setting that will prepare you more completely for the ultimate career of your choice. Join us for a discussion of a few examples, and hear about why a non-traditional postdoc might be the best career move you can make.

Moderator:
Michael Burel, NYU, Graduate Student

Speakers:
Nina Brahme, PhD

National Cancer Institute, Cancer Prevention Postdoctoral Fellow

Cynthia Duggan, PhD
Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network - NexGen, Washington University School of Medicine Deputy Director,

Kessler McCoy-Simandle, PhD
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, IRACDA Postdoctoral Scholar

1:00pm-2:30pm

Type: Workshop
Location: Farkas Auditorium

Resume Workshop

Converting your CV to a resume is a much bigger challenge than most people expect. One of the biggest difficulties in finding a position outside of academia is getting an interview, and your resume is critical to overcoming this barrier. This session will help you understand what a resume is, and what it is not, and teach you how to turn your experience into a resume that gets noticed.

Speaker:
Zach Marks

Oystir, Co-founder and COO

1:00pm-2:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall B

Careers in Teaching and Education

Teachers are essential to engage students to foster a scientifically informed public and inspire the next generation of scientists, policy makers, and informed citizens. This panel will cover teaching careers at the college level.

Moderator:
Jessica Linderman, PhD

NYUMC, Postdoctoral Fellow

Speakers:
Nathan Lents, PhD

John Jay College, Associate Professor of Molecular Biology

Matthew Marcello, PhD
Pace University, Assistant Professor

Davida Smyth, PhD
Mercy College, Associate Professor

1:00pm-2:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall A

Entrepreneurs: From Science to Startup

What do all the companies and organizations here at the career fair have in common? People who were entrepreneurial started them all. In this session entrepreneurial individuals share how they made an impact with their innovations and how you could too.

Speakers:
Frank Rimalovski

NYU Executive Director, Entrepreneurial Institute

Kalman Katlowitz, MD/PhD
NYU, Graduate Student

Tom Weingarten, PhD
NYU, Director of Backend Engineering

Matt Zeiler, PhD
Clarifai, CEO

Rachel Meyer, PhD,
American Association for the Advancement of Science Science, Technology Policy Fellow

3:00pm-4:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Alumni Hall B

Interviews: Formal and Social. Making the Most of Both Opportunities

Our interpersonal skills play a pivotal role in career advancement. Studies by Harvard, Stanford, Carnegie Research Institute, and Google all concur on this point. Some behavioral gaffes are obvious, while some are more subtle. This workshop will bring to light how we can be aware of business etiquette mistakes, how to avoid them, and thus become more confident and effective on our career paths.

Speaker:
Mary Mitchell

The Mitchell Organization, President

3:00pm-4:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Farkas Auditorium

Faculty Positions in Academia

Public, private, research, liberal arts: there are many options for those who are looking for a faculty position, but with the varying expectations of faculty at different institutions, what should you be doing now to increase your chances of landing a faculty position?

Moderator:
Philip Clifford, PhD

University of Illinois Chicago, Associate Dean and Professor

Speaker:
David Fooksman, PhD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Assistant Professor

Pablo Peixoto, PhD
Natural Sciences, Assistant Professor

Joan Lakoski, PhD
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Chief Science Officer, Vice President of Research and Graduate Education

3:00pm-4:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Smilow MPR

Careers in Non-Profits and Foundations

 From philanthropies to government, explore careers looking for science-trained professionals to help guide the use of public and private resources.

Moderator:
Kamila Sip, PhD

NYU School of Medicine, Postdoctoral Program Assistant

Speakers:
Pamela Feliciano, PhD

Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative, Senior Scientist

Garth Fowler PhD
American Psychological Association, Associate Exectutive Director

Vanessa Lucey, PhD/MBA
Cancer Research Institute, Associate Director Clinical Accelerator

3:00pm-4:30pm

Type: Panel
Location: Smilow Seminar

Careers in Data Science, Analytics & Visualization

Many PhD trained scientists have used analytic tools to extract meaning from large amounts of experimental data. These skills can be translated from research to do predictive analytics and data mining. This panel is made up of scientists that have evolved from academic researchers to data scientists.

Moderator:
Rory Flinn, PhD

Columbia University, Director, Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

Speakers:
Anasuya Das, PhD

Memorial Sloan Kettering, Data scientis
t

Tom Lagatta, PhD
Splunk Inc., Senior Data Scientist / Analytics Specialist

Shani Offen, PhD
About.com, Senior Data Scientist

5:00pm-6:30pm

Type: Keynote Speaker
Location: Farkas Auditorium

Keynote Speaker Peter S. Fiske, PhD

Peter S. Fiske, Ph.D., is author of “To Boldly Go: A Practical Career Guide for Scientists” and its second edition: “Put Your Science to Work: A Take-Charge Career Guide for Scientists” both published by AGU. From 1997 to 2000 he was the co-author of the biweekly column Tooling Up on AAAS’s Career website NextWave. From 2006-2009 he wrote a monthly column on career development and entrepreneurship called Opportunities on the AAAS career website. He also writes occasional articles on careers and career strategy for scientists for Nature Magazine. He has organized and lead panel discussions and workshops on alternative careers and career development for scientists at national and international meetings, universities, and national laboratories. He has been featured on NPR’s Talk of the Nation - Science Friday. Fiske received his Ph.D. in Geological and Environmental Sciences 1994 from Stanford University and an MBA from U.C. Berkeley in 2002. In 1996 Fiske was awarded a White House Fellowship and served one year in the Clinton Administration as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Special Projects. Fiske is the author of 22 technical articles, a former member of the technical staff of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and currently Chief Executive Officer of PAX Water Technologies, Inc. in Richmond, CA.

The Speakers and Moderators

Deb Aronson, PhD
Emily Bauer, PhD
Brandy Bennett, PhD
Cesar A. Berrios-Otero, PhD
Anastacia Berzat, PhD
Matthias Birk, PhD
Chris Blagden, PhD
Shiva Bolourchi
Jaime Blais, PhD
Nina Brahme, PhD
Michael Burel
Francisco Javier Carmona Sanz, PhD
Philip Clifford, PhD
Alison Crawford, PhD
Paula Croxson, PhD
Dee Dao, PhD
Anasuya Das, PhD
Heather Dean, PhD
Rafael Depetris, PhD
Julie Diamond, MS
Anne Diers, PhD
Cynthia Duggan, PhD
Pamela Feliciano, PhD
Peter S. Fiske, PhD
Rory Flinn, PhD
David R Fooksman, PhD
Garth Fowler, PhD
Jeanne Garbarino, PhD
Paul-André Genest, PhD
Nina Gray, PhD
Diala Habib, PhD
Raheleh Hatami, PhD
Andrew Hebbeler, PhD
Laura Helmuth, PhD
Rush Holt, PhD
Cali Howitt, PhD
Christina Hughes, PhD
Huong Huynh-Reagan, PhD
Arthee Jahangir, PhD
Michele Kadnar, PhD
Kalman Katlowitz, MD/PhD
Ursula Koniges
Maria Konnikova, PhD
Lisa Kozlowski, PhD
Tom LaGatta, PhD
Joan M. Lakoski, PhD
Marcus W. Lambert, PhD
Nathan H. Lents, PhD
Jessica Linderman, PhD
Vanessa Lucey, PhD
Thomas Magaldi, PhD
Andrew Mara, PhD
Matthew Marcello, PhD
Zach Marks
Kessler McCoy-Simandle, PhD
Rachel Meyer, PhD
Robert Milner, PhD
Mary M. Mitchell
Lyndon Mitnaul, PhD
Lori Morton, PhD
Barbara Natalizio, PhD
Dawid Nowak, PhD
Shani Offen, PhD
Joel Oppenheim, PhD
Pablo Peixoto, PhD
Alex Porras, PhD
Ashleigh Pulkoski-Gross, PhD
Randall Ribaudo, PhD
Frank Rimalovski
Joerg Schlatterer, PhD
Yvette Seger, PhD
Nadim Shohdy, PhD
Kamila Sip, PhD
Jeff Skaar, PhD
Davida Smyth, PhD
Bernadette So, PhD
Anamaria Sudarov, PhD
Sebastien Thuault, PhD
John Timmer, PhD
Nathan Tinker, PhD
Ronald Totong, PhD
Halvar Trodahl, PhD
Eric Vieira, PhD
Thomas Weingarten, PhD
Lisa Wisniewski, PhD
Natalie Wolchover, PhD
Matthew Zeiler, PhD
 

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