Our fellows

Joel Chevrier
(Université Grenoble Alpes, 5 years, Core Fellow).
Joel is a distinguished senior scientist, a full-time professor at Université Grenoble Alpes with the background in physics and nanoscience. 
Project: Today, anyone can do research!

Anshu Bhardwaj
(CSIR, India, 1 year, Long-term Fellow).
Anshu was one of the founding Principal Investigator of the CSIR-Open Source Drug Discovery Project.
ProjectGenomic signatures to identify non-tubercular Mycobacterial species

Marc Santolini
(Harvard University, 3 years, Long-term fellow).
Marc obtained a PhD in physics as well as a Masters degree in philosophy of science form ENS Paris.
Project: Dissecting Science

Robert Toro
(Pasteur Institute, 3 years, Long-term Fellow).
Robert holds a PhD from UPMS in Paris and heads an applied and​ ​theoretical​ ​neuroanatomy​ research group ​in Institute Pasteur.
Project: A platform for collective citizen science

François Nédélec
(EMBL, 6 months, Short Term Fellow)
François is is a group leader at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) at Heidelberg, Germany, where he co-founded a mathematical modeling center.
Project: Simulation Platform for Cell Biology

Asa Callow
(MadLab, 4 months, Short Term Fellow)
Asa is co-founder of Manchester Digital Laboratory (MadLab), a grassroots innovation hub, maker space for science, technology and art.
ProjectPhysical, blockchain-mediated multiplayer games of trust

Félix Schoeller
(EHESS, 6 months, Short Term Fellow)
Felix has recently obtained a cognitive science PhD from École des hautes études en sciences sociale in Paris, with an interdisciplinary project on psychogenic shivers.
Project: The satiation of human curiosity

Olivier Borkowski
(Stanford University, 4 months, Short Term Fellow)
Olivier obtained his PhD in 2013 from Paris Descartes University and has been a post-doc with at the Imperial College London and Stanford.
Project: Metabolic engineering using a cell free platform

Stefani Crabtree
(Penn State, 6 months, Short Term Fellow)
Stefanie is an archeologists, with a uniquely diverse interdisciplinary background in anthropology, ecology and computer science, currently a postdoc at Penn State University.
Project: Transitions in the longue durée