President Lillie Pennington studies plant adaptation.
Vice President Julia Alvarez studies the immune response to infections of Toxoplasma gondii.
Treasury Yumary Vasquez studies co-evolution of symbionts of endemic Hawaiin leafhoppers.
Secretary Craig Ennis studies the development and unique antimicrobial resistance properties of microbial communities called biofilms.
Marketing Director Genevieve Mullins studies how immune cells communicate in autoimmune disease.
Magistrate Anh Diep studies host immunity against Coccidioides, the fungal pathogen responsible for Valley Fever.
Editor-in-chief Sonia Vargas studies microbes in lakes and oceans.
Fundraising Coordinator Betsabel Chicana studies the interactions between the skeletal and immune systems.
Event Coordinator Jackie Shay studies plant-microbe ecology and evolution.
Faculty Advisor Dr. Gordon Bennett seeks to understand how complex animal-microbe symbioses co-evolve and shape biological diversity.
Kinsey Brock studies the evolution of colorful island reptiles through space and time.
Cristie Donham Clement studies how the bone environment affects development of blood cells.
Jeff Lauder studies how trees respond to extreme drought, and what this means for forests under climate change.
Austin Perry studies the evolution of biofilm formation in the most prevalent human fungal pathogen, Candida albicans.
Morgan Quail studies how environmental cues influence cell fate decisions.
Jasper Toscani Field makes phylogenetic software.
Stephen Wilson studies epigenetic gene regulation in cancer.
Dean Wu studies forest ecology.
The former staff members that helped make RadioBio what it is.
Angel Kongsomboonvech was a founding member of RadioBio.
Rohit Gupta was a founding member of RadioBio.
Dr. Fred Wolf was RadioBio’s first faculty advisor. His initial support helped get RadioBio established and successful. He gave us the initial idea to start a podcast and secured us the space to record and the funding to get equipment.