Bri Sullivan is a recent graduate of Tulane University with a BA in International Development and Political Science. Bri is the Administrator at Pine Biotech and oversees communications, financial documentation, human resources, online marketing and social media, and assists with scientific writing and editing.
Julia Panov is an experienced bioinformatics project coordinator and education specialist.With an M.A. in education from Haifa University, she has taught computer science as well as other subjects to students at a variety of levels.
Amitha is currently fulfilling a Co-op with Pine Biotech through Northeastern University to fulfill her Bioinformatics Master’s program. As a part of Pine Biotech Team, Amitha works on data retrieval, storage, conversion, and normalization. Amitha also works on database management for managing data and metadata for different team members.
Dr. Zoysa, holds a PhD in Bioscience and Biotechnology with work experience including Seven Bridges and Life Technologies. Priyal serves as the UK consultant, connecting Pine Biotech with researchers outside of the United States and is most interested in data visualization and data analysis.
Dr. Claudia Copeland has a Ph.D. in molecular and cellular biology, with several academic publications as well as dozens of popular science articles and educational writing in chemistry and biology. Dr. Copeland is directing Pine’s education and communication activities, including, with other Pine team members, conducting workshops, writing grants, and developing Pine’s online courses.
Links to publications can be found here
Head of the Frydman lab at Stanford.
Extensive experience in entrepreneurship, business development, technical writing, planning, visual communication, and marketing. Educated in various fields such as business analytics, basics of finance and accounting, strategic marketing and planning, data-driven marketing. Extensive hands-on involvement and collaborations with Life Science Companies and Research Teams.
Jaclyn has a M.S. from the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) Department of Biological Sciences. Jaclyn is assisting with biological interpretation of analysis results, coordinating our pilot projects and helping as an industry liaison.
Publications can be found here
Alfred I. Tauber is Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the Boston University Department of Philosophy and Zoltan Kohn Professor Emeritus of Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Tauber also holds a Visiting Professorship at Tel Aviv University, where he teaches philosophy of science at the Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas.
Dr. Tauber is a hematologist and biochemist by training. From his interest in basic immunology, he began a critical examination of modern biology and medicine. These studies have focused on scientific epistemology: positivism, reductionism, and the relationship of facts and values. Dr. Tauber was Director of the Center for Philosophy and History of Science from 1993 until 2010. He offered courses in the history and philosophy of science, the philosophy of biology and medicine, and American philosophy. In 2008, Dr. Tauber was awarded the Science Medal from the Institute of Advanced Studies of the University of Bologna for his critical studies of immunology and Doctor of Philosophy honoris causa from Haifa University in 2011.