Science on Wheels recruits speakers from a diverse array of backgrounds, identities, and scientific disciplines. All of our speakers are graduate students or postdoctoral researchers, and our goal at Science on Wheels is to provide the resources necessary for our speakers to achieve their outreach goals. Pictures and short descriptions of our speakers are found below.
If you are a graduate student or postdoctoral researcher at MU and would like to get involved with Science on Wheels as a speaker, don’t hesitate to contact us!
Graduate Student, Division of Biological Sciences ...Read More
PhD Candidate, Department of Biochemistry My name is Alexandra Bogner and I am a second year graduate student in the ...Read More
Graduate Student -- Department of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology ...Read More
PhD Candidate, Molecular Pathogenesis and Therapeutics In the 1970s and 1980s, millions of people were dying from an unknown disease ...Read More
Graduate Student -- Department of Biological Sciences I study the evolution of extremely tiny lizards, particularly how miniaturized body size ...Read More
Graduate Student, Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences A number of animals alive today (e.g. birds, crocodiles, platypus) use sensory ...Read More
Graduate Student, School of Natural Resources I am a master's student studying the relationships between substrate and bugs in an ...Read More
Graduate Student, Human Environmental Sciences I have always been fascinated by how we represent information visually, in particular physical objects ...Read More
Graduate Student, Division of Biological Sciences I am in my second year in Dr. Brown's lab studying cell wall cross-linking ...Read More
Postdoctoral Fellow, Division of Biological Sciences Johana Goyes Vallejos is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Missouri, Columbia. A ...Read More
Recruitment and Membership Officer, Science on Wheels Graduate Student, Department of Biochemistry RNA, is a molecule made up of building ...Read More
Graduate Student -- Department of Biological Sciences My PhD work focuses on finding out why women become diabetic during pregnancy ...Read More
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