The individuals in our group are diverse with respect to ethnicity, religion, political views, nationality, first language, sexual orientation, class background, and age, among other identity factors.
We recognize that systemic racism and inequality exist in academia. To ensure that we continue to learn about these issues, we make space to discuss topics of diversity and inclusion as they manifest in the United States and other cultures and nations where we work.
As a lab, we strive to create a community where we feel safe, supported, valued for who we are, and able to express ourselves freely.
We believe that celebrating diversity and fostering an inclusive community makes our work stronger, and we welcome new members to join us in contributing to a warm and productive research environment.