Research Team

Gary Melnick

Gary Melnick

Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian; Principal Investigator, Submillimeter Wave Astronomy Satellite, NASA Explorer Mission
Deputy Principal Investigator, Infrared Array Camera, Spitzer Space Telescope
Science Lead, Biogenic Ices Investigation, SPHEREx, NASA Medium-class Explorer Mission
Amaya Moro-Martin

Amaya Moro-Martin

Assistant Astronomer (tenure track), Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD (since 2014)
Ph.D., Astronomy, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (2004)
Associate Research Scientist, The Johns Hopkins University, Physics and Astronomy department (2014-2016)
Garry Nolan

Garry Nolan

Rachford and Carlota Harris Professor, ChEM-H, Stanford University
Ph.D., Department of Genetics, Stanford University
B.S., Biology, Cornell University
Lorene Rosenberg

Lorene Rosenberg

Sr. Business Program Manager, The Federal Reserve Bank of New York
President, Women's Employee Resource Network
MS, Labor Relations and Human Resources Management, Baruch College, CUNY
Forrest Schultz

Forrest Schultz

Optics and Opto-mechanical engineer
President and Lead Designer, Atlas Lens Co.
Darryl Seligman

Darryl Seligman

TC Chamberlin Fellow, Department of the Geophysical Sciences, University of Chicago
Ph.D. and M.Sc., Yale University, Department of Astronomy (2020)
B.A., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Anowar J. Shajib

Anowar J. Shajib

KICP Associate fellow, University of Chicago
Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 2020
Alan Stern

Dr. Alan Stern

PI on NASA's New Horizons mission
TIME 100th list in 2007 and 2016
NASA’s chief of all space and Earth science programs (2007/8)
Steven Stetzler

Steven Stetzler

Graduate Student, Astronomy Department, University of Washington
Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellow
Matthew Szenher

Matthew Szenher

Vice President of Architect at Medidata Solutions (2009 - Present)
The University of Edinburgh, Doctor of Philosophy - PhD, Robotics (2003-2008)
Adjunct Lecturer in Computer Science at Hunter College (2000-2003)
Ed Turner

Edwin L. Turner

Professor, Astrophysical Sciences & Statistical Studies, Princeton University
Affiliate Member, University of Tokyo's Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe
Co-Chair, NAOJ-Princeton Astrophysics Collaboration Council