C. Titus Brown Dr. Brown is a Professor of Genetics in the Department of Population Health within the School of Veterinary Medicine and is also affiliated with the Genome Center and the College of Biological Sciences. His primary research focus is on how to discover and reuse large biomedical data sets, with a heavy emphasis on democratizing data analysis. Titus's research, teaching, and training activities rely heavily on engagement with open source and open science communities, and he is active on several social media platforms. Dr. Brown is also a leader in providing training in data-intensive biology. Angel Desai Dr. Desai is an Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine at UC Davis Health. Her research focuses on leveraging novel data sources to discern epidemiological trends in emerging diseases and outbreaks, particularly among displaced and other vulnerable populations. Angel obtained her M.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2013 and her internal medicine residency at the University of Washington and her infectious disease fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital/Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston. She also completed a Master of Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in 2019, is an Emerging Leader in Biosecurity Initiative Fellow through the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, an Emerging Leader in Infectious Diseases at the International Society for Infectious Diseases, and was recently designated as a 2021 awardee of the 40 Under 40 Leader in Health Award through the National Minority Quality Forum. Ian Faloona Dr. Faloona is a Professor and Bio-micrometeorologist in the Department of Land, Air, Water Resources in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. He earned a Ph.D. in Meteorology from the Pennsylvania State University. For four years in between, he worked as an air quality consultant with SECOR Inc. in Fort Collins, Colorado, running dispersion models and making measurements of industrial emissions. After a postdoctoral appointment with the Advanced Study Program at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, he joined the atmospheric science faculty at UC Davis. His research interests include the airborne investigation of vertical mixing and near-field pollutant dispersion, observational emission estimates, the meteorology of coastal fog, planetary boundary layer dynamics, biogeochemical cycling, and atmosphere/ocean photochemistry. Simona Ghetti Dr. Ghetti is a Professor in the Department of Psychology in the College of Letters and Science and is also affiliated with the Center for the Mind and Brain. Dr. Ghetti received a Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology in 2001 from UC Davis. In 2001, she joined the National Research Council (NRC) in Bologna, Italy for a Research Scientist position, and then returned to UC Davis for a position in the Psychology Department and at the Center for Mind and Brain in 2005. Dr. Ghetti’s research program focuses on neural and behavioral mechanisms underlying the development of memory and metacognition in typically and atypically developing children, and has been continually funded by the NIH, NSF, and private foundations including the James S. McDonnell Foundation and the John Templeton Foundation. Her research has been recognized with an Early Career Award for Research Achievement by the Society for Research in Child Development (2007), a Boyd McCandless Early Career Award from the developmental psychology division of the American Psychological Association (2009), a Distinguished Scientific Early Career Contributions in Psychology from the American Psychological Association (2010), and a UC Davis Chancellor's Fellowship (2011). Naomi Elisabeth Hauser Dr. Hauser started as an infectious disease physician and Assistant Professor (Department of Internal Medicine) at UC Davis Health in August 2020 after completing a fellowship at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, MD. Her clinical time is split between inpatient and outpatient infectious diseases consults as well as HIV primary care in the outpatient setting and infection prevention and hospital epidemiology. Dr. Hauser's clinical and research interests are in infections as they relate to climate change and environmental justice. Currently, her research has focused on infections as a consequence of wildfire and wildfire smoke exposure. Misty Humphries Dr. Humphries is an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at UC Davis Health. Dr. Humphries specializes in open vascular and advanced endovascular treatment for arterial and venous disease. Her primary clinical interest is in thoracic outlet syndrome and treatment of complex peripheral artery disease. She is a leader in health outcomes research and is currently developing a telemedicine program for patients with limb ischemia. Her research is in TOS and has been presented nationally and serves as the foundation of advancing imaging to diagnose TOS. This has provided her the opportunity to speak on a national and international level about the use of advanced endovascular interventions in the treatment of complex aortic pathology including aortic dissection and aneurismal disease. Richard Kim Dr. Kim is a Professor of Asian American Studies in the College of Letters and Sciences. Dr. Kim’s research and teaching interests include Asian American history, ethnic studies, immigration, transnationalism and diaspora, race and ethnicity, and social and political movements. He is the author of numerous publications including The Quest for Statehood: Korean Immigrant Nationalism and U.S. Sovereignty, 1905-1945 (Oxford University Press, 2011), which examines the implications and consequences of diasporic political activity in a U.S. setting. He also co-produced and edited Freedom Without Justice: The Prison Memoirs of Chol Soo Lee (University of Hawai'i Press, 2017), which chronicles the experiences of Chol Soo Lee, a young Korean immigrant, who was wrongfully convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for a San Francisco Chinatown murder. As a scholar of Asian American studies and ethnic studies, Kim is committed to the production and promotion of socially relevant forms of knowledge, especially with intersectional and coalitional perspectives, to imagine new and different possibilities. Miguel Jaller Martelo Dr. Jaller is an Associate Professor and Vice-chair in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, in the College of Engineering, and the Co-Director of the Sustainable Freight Research Program at the Institute of Transportation Studies Davis. Dr. Jaller received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from Universidad del Norte, Colombia, and his M.E. in Transportation Engineering, M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, and Ph.D. in Transportation Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His research analyzes the societal and private impacts of transport and logistics operations, technology, and policies to develop tools to achieve a sustainable transportation system. Dr. Jaller leads research projects funded by the National Center for Sustainable Transportation, the Center for Transportation, Environment, and Community Health, and the Pacific Southwest Region University Transportation Centers. He also conducts projects for state and federal agencies such as the California Department of Transportation, and the Environmental Protection Agency. Grace Wang Dr. Wang is Associate Professor of American Studies at UC Davis. Her research and teaching focus on race, immigration, music, and popular culture. She is the author of Soundtracks of Asian America (Duke UP). She is currently working on a project which explores the life story of Elayne Jones, a 93-year-old African American timpanist who broke racial and gender barriers in the classical music field but also paid a high personal toll fighting a culture of exclusivity. Wang received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan’s Program in American Culture and her BA in American Studies from Pomona College.