Editor-in-Chief: Christina Del Greco (Twitter)
I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Human Genetics. I study a group of enzymes called aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases, which are required for a cell’s ability to make proteins and are also implicated in disease. I am interested in science communication because I think it’s important that science is made available to everyone—this includes both the general public and for public officials who have to make science policy decisions! I also think what we, as scientists, do in lab has a lot of impact outside of the lab, and because of that I believe we have a responsibility to communicate our work to others!
Editor: Frances Gu
My name is Frances and I am an international student that grew up in Beijing, Calgary and Vancouver. I am also a 4th year PhD student studying organic chemistry. In recent years we have seen a knowledge gap between the general public and scientists at large and one of my interests is bridging that gap through science writing. In my free time I enjoy being outdoors, skiing, photography and hanging out with friends.
Editor: Katelyn King
My name is Katelyn and I am a 3rd year undergraduate student studying biomedical engineering. Outside of class, you can find me running across Ann Arbor with my teammates on MRun, the club running team at U of M. I have been fortunate to have many phenomenal mentors to help me along my STEM journey, so I am excited to elevate stories that will guide and inspire others along their paths in STEM!
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Previous editorial team members
Rebecca Dzombak – Founder, Editor-in-Chief
Rawan Almallahi – Editor
Madeline Barron – Co-Editor-in-Chief