Speakers

Elysse Grossi-Soyster   Elysse is a cell & molecular virologist at Stanford University researching mosquito-borne diseases. She previously worked for NASA developing technologies for the Mars mission. Elysse is available to speak about basic biology topics, disease and health, outbreaks, or technologies used to keep astronauts alive during space travel.

Elysse Grossi-Soyster

Elysse is a cell & molecular virologist at Stanford University researching mosquito-borne diseases. She previously worked for NASA developing technologies for the Mars mission. Elysse is available to speak about basic biology topics, disease and health, outbreaks, or technologies used to keep astronauts alive during space travel.

Peter Soyster   Peter is a clinical science graduate student at UC Berkeley. He studies personalized treatments for substance use disorders. Peter is available to give talks about psychology, basic neuroscience, and drugs and the brain.

Peter Soyster

Peter is a clinical science graduate student at UC Berkeley. He studies personalized treatments for substance use disorders. Peter is available to give talks about psychology, basic neuroscience, and drugs and the brain.

Kiran Kocherlakota   Kiran is a cell & developmental biologist at Stanford University. She uses cell biology, chemistry, and mathematics in her work characterizing stem cells. Kiran is available to talk about stem cell biology, but only for up to half a day at a time.

Kiran Kocherlakota

Kiran is a cell & developmental biologist at Stanford University. She uses cell biology, chemistry, and mathematics in her work characterizing stem cells. Kiran is available to talk about stem cell biology, but only for up to half a day at a time.

Larry Wayne   Larry is a specialist in trace evidence examination and gunshot residue analysis. In addition to his lab position, he teaches forensic microscopy at UC Davis. Larry is available to speak about forensic science and microscopy.

Larry Wayne

Larry is a specialist in trace evidence examination and gunshot residue analysis. In addition to his lab position, he teaches forensic microscopy at UC Davis. Larry is available to speak about forensic science and microscopy.

Alice Berners-Lee   Alice is a Neuroscience PhD candidate at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, currently working at UC Berkeley. She is an electrophysiologist who investigates how the computations of large populations of neurons support behavior in rodents. Alice is available to speak broadly about neuroscience and more specifically about learning, memory and navigation.

Alice Berners-Lee

Alice is a Neuroscience PhD candidate at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, currently working at UC Berkeley. She is an electrophysiologist who investigates how the computations of large populations of neurons support behavior in rodents. Alice is available to speak broadly about neuroscience and more specifically about learning, memory and navigation.

Marla Kravatz   Marla is an IT project manager at Stanford University. She knows all about where your emails go when you hit 'send'! Marla is available to speak about information technology-related topics, and computer science.

Marla Kravatz

Marla is an IT project manager at Stanford University. She knows all about where your emails go when you hit 'send'! Marla is available to speak about information technology-related topics, and computer science.

Stefan Oliver   Stefan is a virologist at Stanford University studying herpes virus. Stefan is available to give lectures about viruses, proteins, and evolution.

Stefan Oliver

Stefan is a virologist at Stanford University studying herpes virus. Stefan is available to give lectures about viruses, proteins, and evolution.