Science & Technology Experts

Experts are listed alphabetically.


Serap Aksoy Ph.D.

Professor of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases)


Field & Expertise

Health & Medicine, Science & Technology

Infectious disease, neglected tropical disease, sleeping sickness, parasitology, vector biology

Amy F.T. Arnsten Ph.D.
  • Professor of Neuroscience and of Psychology
  • Member, Kavli Institute of Neuroscience at Yale University

Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Cognitive disorders, prefrontal cortex, stress, aging, schizophrenia

Daniel Alfonso Colón-Ramos Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Cell Biology and Neuroscience


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Neuroscience, c. elegans, Puerto Rico, science outreach, diversity

Joan Feigenbaum Ph.D. Joan Feigenbaum Ph.D.
  • Grace Murray Hopper Professor of Computer Science and Economics
  • Professor (Adjunct) of Law

Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Online privacy, computer security

Debra Fischer Ph.D.

Professor of Astronomy and Geology & Geophysics


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Exoplanets, astronomy

Mark Foster Gage B.Arch, M.Arch
  • Assistant Dean, Yale School of Architecture
  • Associate Professor of Architecture

Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Architecture, technology, digital, real estate, design

Ziad Ganim Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Physical chemistry, ultrafast, single molecule, femtosecond

Akiko Iwasaki Ph.D.
  • Waldemar Von Zedtwitz Professor of Immunobiology and Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
  • Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Flu, zika virus, HIV, herpes, vaccines

Caroline H. Johnson Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology (Environmental Health Sciences)


Field & Expertise

Science & Technology

Metabolomics, mass spectrometry imaging

Grace Kao Ph.D.

IBM Professor of Sociology; Chair, Department of Sociology; Faculty Director; Education Studies; Director, Center for Empirical Research on Stratification and Inequality


Field & Expertise

Arts & Humanities, Science & Technology

Grace Kao studies race, ethnicity, and immigration as they collectively relate to education and relationships among young people. She also has interests in the effects of migration on young people and has written papers on these topics in Mexico, China, and Spain. Currently, she is one of a team of researchers (led by Hyunjoon Park) that is examining the transition to adulthood among Korean Millennials.