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  • Quan Trinh

    Full Stack Developer
    Quan graduated from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore with a degree in Digital Animation. After a few years working as a game developer, he came to France to study at Ecole 42 and worked with startups to develop web applications that help to better lives.
  • Charlotte Samson

    Data scientist
    Charlotte is a Natural Language Processing data scientist with a Master’s degree in Linguistics and Computer Science from Paris Diderot University. She has 5 years of experience in the field.
  • Guillaume Guerdoux

    Data scientist & Full Stack Developer
    Guillaume is a data scientist and full stack developer with over 8 years of experience in various companies. He has a specialization in Data Science from Ecole Centrale Paris and handles projects in data science and web development.
  • Bastien Carniel

    Data & Policy Lead
    Bastien earned dual degrees in Management from HEC Paris and Saint Petersburg University in Russia. Before turning to data science, he worked as a public policy consultant for a few years. He now works on projects with a strong data or AI component, with a specialty in Natural Language Processing.
  • Katie Valentine

    Climate editor
    Katie Valentine is a climate editor for Science Feedback. Katie has a background in environmental journalism and communications, and previously served as a contractor for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, communicating the agency’s climate, environmental and atmospheric research to the public. Her work as a journalist has appeared in ThinkProgress, Audubon Magazine, and Earther, among other outlets. Katie earned an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of Georgia and an MA in geography from the University of Toronto.
  • John Doherty

    Climate editor
    John has a PhD in environmental science with experience in the fields of oceanography, marine ecology and paleoclimatology. He currently holds a position as the Science Fellow at the non-partisan and non-advocacy Environmental Law Institute, where he contributes scientific expertise to the Climate Judiciary Project’s overarching goal of providing educational services to judges on the science of climate change and climate impacts.
  • Rubén Portela Carballeira

    Science Editor
    Rubén earned an MSc in environmental sciences and a PhD in ecology from the University of A Coruña (Spain). During his doctoral studies he did stays at the Beijing Forestry University (China), the Federal University of São Carlos (Brazil), and the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (Portugal). His research focused on invasion ecology, related to clonal plant species, and ecological modelling. He works as a freelance writer and science communicator.
  • Pablo Rougerie

    Health Editor
    Pablo obtained his PhD in Immunology from the University Paris – Descartes (France). He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New York, U.S.) and at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). His research focused on different topics in cell biology, including the regulation of T lymphocyte activation, the mechanics of cell deformation, and the use of biomaterials of specific geometry to guide the growth of biological tissues.
  • Iria Carballo-Carbajal

    Health Editor
    Iria earned an undergraduate degree in biology and an MSc in secondary education from the University of Oviedo (Spain). After obtaining her PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Tuebingen (Germany), she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Vall d’Hebrón Research Institute (Barcelona, Spain). Her research has focused on understanding the molecular basis of Parkinson’s disease to search for new treatments.
  • Ian Le Guillou

    Health Editor
    Ian completed a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Cambridge (U.K.) where he studied protein structures. After his PhD, he worked in communications for medical research charities to explain the latest science to the general public. As a freelance science writer, Ian now covers a range of biomedical research with work appearing in Chemistry World, The Scientist, and Horizon magazine.