Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
(Use the Heading 3, not boldface, setting for the line with your name on it.)

MattheW Badali

is at the University of Toronto, a graduate student in the group of Anton Zilman. He looks at extinction times in stochastic models of population dynamics.

Lauren Childs

is currently at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (will be joining Virginia Tech in fall 2016) and is working on the dynamics of antibody-mediated immune responses in the context of malaria infection.

Tom Chou

is a professor in the Departments of Biomathematics and Mathematics at UCLA. He works on problems in statistical physics, applied math, and mathematical biology.
http://faculty.biomath.ucla.edu/tchou/

Deborah Dunn-Walters

is currently Professor of Immunobiology at King's College London (moving to University of Surrey in May) and is an experimentalist working on B cell development in humans by studying cellular and genetic repertoires in various conditions of health and disease.

Simon Frost

is Reader of Pathogen Dynamics at the University of Cambridge, and is a computational biologist working on various aspects of infectious disease and immunity.
http://www.vet.cam.ac.uk/directory/sdf22@cam.ac.uk

Florian Hebenstreit

is an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg University, working on fermion production in gauge theories (http://www.thphys.uni-heidelberg.de/~hebenstreit/index.html)

Kasia Krajewska

is at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland, working on strong-field QED processes.

Frederick "Erick" Matsen

Associate member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
http://matsen.fredhutch.org/

Andreas Mayer

Graduate student in Paris with Aleksandra and Thierry, interested in understanding repertoires from the perspective of optimal resource allocation and in understanding the adaptive value of different modes of immunity in protecting against an ever-changing pathogen environment.
http://andim.github.io/

Dian Peng

is at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a graduate student of Professor Starace's group.

Liang-You Peng

is from the School of Physics, Peking University, Beijing, China. His research interest focuses on dynamics of few-electron atomic and molecular systems, triggered and/or probed by attosecond and/or femtosecond pulses. Research Group Website:
http://www.phy.pku.edu.cn/~lypeng/index_en.html