Hannah Director   Hannah M. Director is a PhD student in statistics at the University of Washington. She specializes in spatial and spatiotemporal data, Bayesian methods, and applications to climate science. She holds an AM in statistics from Harvard University and a BS in mathematics and statistics from the University of Washington.

Hannah Director

Hannah M. Director is a PhD student in statistics at the University of Washington. She specializes in spatial and spatiotemporal data, Bayesian methods, and applications to climate science. She holds an AM in statistics from Harvard University and a BS in mathematics and statistics from the University of Washington.

  Hannah Gelman   Dr. Hannah Gelman received her PhD in physics from the University of Illinois. She is a postdoc in Genome Sciences at the UW and at the Puget Sound VA, researching the use of personalized medicine in the VA health system. Hannah enjoys evangelizing for Google Drive, cooking, and walking her retired racing greyhound Lady Wallace all over Seattle.   

Hannah Gelman

Dr. Hannah Gelman received her PhD in physics from the University of Illinois. She is a postdoc in Genome Sciences at the UW and at the Puget Sound VA, researching the use of personalized medicine in the VA health system. Hannah enjoys evangelizing for Google Drive, cooking, and walking her retired racing greyhound Lady Wallace all over Seattle.

 

  Jodie Katon   Dr. Jodie G Katon holds a MS in Epidemiology from the University of California Los Angeles, and a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Washington. She conducts epidemiology and health services research regarding reproductive health in vulnerable and minority populations.  She has successfully competed for numerous grants and fellowships, and presented her research at national conferences and cyberseminars.

Jodie Katon

Dr. Jodie G Katon holds a MS in Epidemiology from the University of California Los Angeles, and a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Washington. She conducts epidemiology and health services research regarding reproductive health in vulnerable and minority populations.  She has successfully competed for numerous grants and fellowships, and presented her research at national conferences and cyberseminars.

  Sarah Myhre   Dr. Sarah Myhre is a scientist and public advocate for human rights, as well as a grass-roots organizer, writer, and consultant. She is a national leader in climate science communication, and an unapologetic advocate for women in leadership. Indeed, she is a very difficult woman, with a dream of building a society lead by other difficult, passionate, and caring women. 

Sarah Myhre

Dr. Sarah Myhre is a scientist and public advocate for human rights, as well as a grass-roots organizer, writer, and consultant. She is a national leader in climate science communication, and an unapologetic advocate for women in leadership. Indeed, she is a very difficult woman, with a dream of building a society lead by other difficult, passionate, and caring women. 

 
  Laura Osburn   Dr. Laura Osburn is a qualitative researcher with expertise in the use of storytelling for decision-making. With a PhD in Communication, Laura currently works as a research scientist at the Center for Education and Research in Construction studying how building teams collaborate with data. She also owns a research consultancy, which is currently developing training for building teams.    

Laura Osburn

Dr. Laura Osburn is a qualitative researcher with expertise in the use of storytelling for decision-making. With a PhD in Communication, Laura currently works as a research scientist at the Center for Education and Research in Construction studying how building teams collaborate with data. She also owns a research consultancy, which is currently developing training for building teams. 

 

  Kate Richerson   Dr. Kate Richerson is an interdisciplinary marine scientist, with research interests including the ecology of Antarctic euphausiids, fisheries biology, and marine economics.  She received her PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from UC Santa Cruz in 2015, and is currently a postdoc in Seattle working on West Coast fisheries issues. 

Kate Richerson

Dr. Kate Richerson is an interdisciplinary marine scientist, with research interests including the ecology of Antarctic euphausiids, fisheries biology, and marine economics.  She received her PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from UC Santa Cruz in 2015, and is currently a postdoc in Seattle working on West Coast fisheries issues. 

  Jeanna Wheeler   Dr. Jeanna Wheeler completed her PhD in Genetics at the University of Washington, and is a specialist in behavioral neuroscience.  She currently works for SIBCR, where she uses both C. elegans and mouse models to study neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and ALS.  When she's not in the lab, she enjoys studying contemporary dance and teaching fitness classes.

Jeanna Wheeler

Dr. Jeanna Wheeler completed her PhD in Genetics at the University of Washington, and is a specialist in behavioral neuroscience.  She currently works for SIBCR, where she uses both C. elegans and mouse models to study neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and ALS.  When she's not in the lab, she enjoys studying contemporary dance and teaching fitness classes.

  Emily Myers   Emily J Myers is a PhD student in Pharmacology at the University of Washington. Her graduate work focuses on developing proteomic tools to study the brain and neurodegenerative disorders. Emily is public advocate for science- and evidence-based policy, and is passionate about equity and inclusion in STEM. Her other passions include Pure Barre and her dog, Panini.

Emily Myers

Emily J Myers is a PhD student in Pharmacology at the University of Washington. Her graduate work focuses on developing proteomic tools to study the brain and neurodegenerative disorders. Emily is public advocate for science- and evidence-based policy, and is passionate about equity and inclusion in STEM. Her other passions include Pure Barre and her dog, Panini.

 
  Heather Currey   Heather Currey is a research technician and lab manager at the Seattle Institute for Biological and Clinical Research. Her work focuses on using model organisms and biochemical assays to understand neurodegenerative diseases including ALS and FTLD. When not in the lab, Heather is a big nerd facilitating RPGs for Girl Scouts, reading intersectional comics and working on cosplay. 

Heather Currey

Heather Currey is a research technician and lab manager at the Seattle Institute for Biological and Clinical Research. Her work focuses on using model organisms and biochemical assays to understand neurodegenerative diseases including ALS and FTLD. When not in the lab, Heather is a big nerd facilitating RPGs for Girl Scouts, reading intersectional comics and working on cosplay.