Mike Crickmore  CV PI PhD: Columbia University Postdoc: Rockefeller University michael.crickmore@ childrens.harvard.edu

Mike Crickmore  CV
PI
PhD: Columbia University
Postdoc: Rockefeller University

michael.crickmore@
childrens.harvard.edu

Ben Gorko Undergrad/Co-op Northeastern University ben.jamin.gorko@gmail.com  

Ben Gorko
Undergrad/Co-op
Northeastern University
ben.jamin.gorko@gmail.com
 

Ethan Glantz Research Assistant BS: Brandeis University eglantz@brandeis.edu

Ethan Glantz
Research Assistant
BS: Brandeis University
eglantz@brandeis.edu

Stephen Thornquist Harvard Neuroscience PhD Student BS: Washington University in St. Louis thornquist@fas.harvard.edu  

Stephen Thornquist
Harvard Neuroscience PhD Student
BS: Washington University in St. Louis
thornquist@fas.harvard.edu

 

Ariadna Corredera International Student University of Barcelona ariadna.corredera.asensio@gmail.com

Ariadna Corredera
International Student
University of Barcelona
ariadna.corredera.asensio@gmail.com

Stephen Zhang Harvard Neuroscience PhD Student (shared with The Rogulja Lab) BS: Grinnell College xzhang03@fas.harvard.edu Zhang et al 2016; Boutros et al 2016

Stephen Zhang
Harvard Neuroscience PhD Student
(shared with The Rogulja Lab)
BS: Grinnell College
xzhang03@fas.harvard.edu
Zhang et al 2016; Boutros et al 2016

Evan Zheng Undergrad/Co-op Northeastern University zheng.e@husky.neu.edu

Evan Zheng
Undergrad/Co-op
Northeastern University
zheng.e@husky.neu.edu

Brian Allen Postdoc PhD: MIT bdallen@mit.edu  

Brian Allen
Postdoc
PhD: MIT
bdallen@mit.edu

 

Maxi Pitsch International Student University of Wurzburg maxi-pitsch@web.de

Maxi Pitsch
International Student
University of Wurzburg
maxi-pitsch@web.de

"I thought of reviewing the different occupations of men (sic) in this life, with the view of making choice of the best. And, without wishing to offer any remarks on the employments of others, I may state that it was my conviction that I could not do better than continue in that in which I was engaged, viz., in devoting my whole life to the culture of my Reason, and in making the greatest progress I was able in the knowledge of truth, on the principles of the Method which I had prescribed to myself. This Method, from the time I had begun to apply it, had been to me the source of satisfaction so intense as to lead me to believe that more perfect or more innocent could not be enjoyed in this life; and as by its means I daily discovered truths that appeared to me of some importance, and of which other men (sic) were generally ignorant, the gratification thence arising so occupied my mind that I was wholly indifferent to every other object."    -René Descartes, Discourse on Method (1637)

"Truth will not make us rich, but it will make us free."    -Will Durant, The Story of Philosophy (1926)