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  • Associate Professor of Anthropology, George Mason University
    Professor Bickford received his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Rutgers University in 2002. From 2002-2004, he was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health. His research focuses on war, militarization, the state, identity, memory, health, and technology in Germany and the United States. Dr. Bickford is the author of Fallen Elites: The Military Other in Po...
  • Senior Policy Analyst, Bureau of European Policy Advisors, European Commission
    Jim Dratwa holds degrees in physics, philosophy and the life sciences. He received the Fulbright Scholar Award, was Harvard Boas Fellow, Ramón y Cajal Scholar, and was pre- and post-doctoral Fellow at Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School of Government, in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. Dratwa has taught at the Ecole des Mines de Paris, Harvard University, and the...
  • Director, Cisco Systems; Board Member, Urban Age Institute.
  • Freelance Journalist
  • Dr. Todd Kuiken is a Senior Program Associate with the Science and Technology Innovation Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars where he explores the scientific and technological frontier, stimulating discovery and bringing new tools to bear on public policy challenges that emerge as science advances. He has numerous projects evaluating and designing new research and...
  • Independent Journalist
    Ms. Lief is a journalist and media educator. From 1998 to 2012 she was the deputy director of the International Reporting Project (IRP) at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. She designed and directed programs and launched initiatives to engage reporters and editors in a wide range of issues, and to explore how technological change impacts international newsgathe...
  • Acting-Head, BWC Implementation Support Unit, United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs
  • Formerly European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Technological Development, Directorate on Science, Economy and Society
    Eleonore Pauwels is a public policy scholar with the Science and Technology Innovation Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Her primary focus is a comparative and critical analysis of the EU and US approaches towards the societal governance of synthetic biology. She is also examining the challenges that new forms of biotechnology pose for political and public policy org...
  • Associate Professor of Government, Georgetown University
    Douglas Reed is an Associate Professor of Government at Georgetown University, specializing in the politics of education, federalism and American political development, He is director of the newly-created Program in Education, Inquiry and Justice at Georgetown and is the author of the forthcoming book Building the Federal Schoolhouse: Localism and the American Education State (2014). He has writte...
  •  David Rejeski directs the Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP). The mission of STIP is to explore the scientific and technological frontier, stimulating discovery and bringing new tools to bear on public policy challenges that emerge as science advances. STIP focuses on emerging technologies and the critical choices innovation presents to public policy. Work includes synthetic bi...

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