Researcher @ National Institutes for Health
Working (0-5 years experience)
427Washington, DC, USAJoined Sep 2021



I work at the NIH researching bioethics, biosecurity, grantmaking, and global (health) priorities. (ex-ish) Berkeley community builder. Contract with CEA on Virtual Programs. Organising EAGxBerkeley in Dec 2022.

Happy to be involved and connected!

How others can help me

Good people in ops and biosecurity looking to hire into positions


Topic Contributions

I love it! Also having a tag all the time for drafts and unfinished thoughts would be nice too? 

Is anyone working on AI  and biotech regulation in specific or/ have good readings for the state of the field / existing regulation?

Yes, definitely! Here's a poorly formatted (sorry doesn't have links) list of relevant papers, there's this reading list, and this one,  and this forum post

Ooh a fun history less! Thanks! I'll edit it :) 

Ooh sorry! I meant to add more and not be so vague and then forgot I published this and didn't edit it. I'll update it over the new few days hopefully

Answer by ElikaOct 12, 202231

I'd  recommend taking an Insights test if you can. I don't usually believe in all the personality test hype but we did Insights as a team at Atlas and it was super helpful (and like 95% accurate!) about each persons' working styles, communication profiles, etc. I used it to make my work with my doc 

I have a long-ish list of research paper ideas on biosecurity and ethics. I'd be really helpful if there were people interested in doing some of this research or taking on projects

Edit: on hold, but thanks everyone :)

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