Ludovic is originally from Cannes, France. He received a M.Sci. in Organic Synthesis and Chemistry of Bioactive Molecules from the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 in 2012. He then moved to Scotland where he obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Glasgow in 2016, working on the total synthesis of amphidinolides C and F under the supervision of Prof. J. Stephen Clark.
Jingping Ge received her M.D. from China and obtained her Ph.D. in pathology from Indiana University before continuing her research training at Washington University in St. Louis and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Her general interest is the study of bone marrow diseases. Outside the lab, she enjoys writing travel stories.
Hanna Tukachinsky is interested in the molecular mechanisms that underpin cell signaling pathways, as well as the diseases that result from deregulation of these pathways. She obtained her PhD at Harvard Medical School with Prof. Adrian Salic, studying Hedgehog signaling, and was a Postdoctoral Fellow with Prof. Tom Rapoport, studying the proteins involved in shaping the endoplasmic reticulum.
Katelyn Mullen graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.S. in Biology, a certificate in biotechnology, and a minor in Spanish. In her spare time, Katelyn enjoys practicing yoga and photography.