Postdoctoral fellows and graduate students gather for a career workshop featuring Tom Daniel. Photo by Robin Brooks

Postdoctoral fellows and graduate students gather for a career workshop featuring Tom Daniel. Photo by Robin Brooks

The eScience Institute has recently welcomed 14 new Moore-Sloan Data Science and Washington Research Foundation Innovation in Data Science Postdoctoral Fellows representing 13 different departments on campus, and a breadth of research and technical specializations. Fellows hail from across the country and around the world.

This cohort joins a well-established community of affiliated postdocs and graduate students who attend our weekly lunch series and the eScience Community Seminar, among other activities. Each fellow is dual-mentored by a domain and methodology faculty member, respectively.

Those joining the two-year, competitive program include Noah Brenowitz (Atmospheric Sciences), Jamie Collins (Oceanography), Sayamindu Dasgupta (Communication), Gwendolyn Eadie (Astronomy), Emily Kalah Gade (Political Science), Vahid (“Zach”) Golkhou (Astronomy), Scott Henderson (Earth and Space Sciences), Zachary Jones (Anthropology), Anisha Keshavan (Neuroengineering), Vikas Pejaver (Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education), Daniel Shapero (Applied Physics), Callin Switzer (Biology), Tim Thomas (Sociology), and Floris van Breugel (biology).