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James DiFrisco

James DiFrisco is a Group Leader at the Francis Crick Institute in London. His research focuses on theoretical issues in developmental and evolutionary systems biology, such as the evolution of novel characters, the multi-scale organization of phenotypes, and foundations of comparative biology.

Martin Zach

Martin Zach is a postdoc at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences. His research focuses mainly on conceptual issues in immunology.

David Raubenheimer

David Raubenheimer is Leonard P. Ullman Chair in Nutritional Ecology at the Charles Perkins Centre, the University of Sydney, and explores how animal biology interacts with food environments via nutrition and the reciprocal influences of these interactions on biolog.

Steven Frank

Steven Frank is Donald Bren Professor & Distinguished Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
School of Biological Sciences at University of California Irvine (USA) and works on evolutionary genetics and host-parasite interactions.

Nora Abrous

Nora Abrous is Research Director in Neurosciences at Inserm. She leads a team ‘Neurogenesis and Pathophysiology” at Neurocentre Magendie  (Inserm, Bordeaux, France).

Kevin Laland

Kevin Laland is Professor of Behavioural and Evolutionary Biology at the University of St Andrews. His lab studies evolution and animal behavior with a focus on animal social learning, niche construction and the evolution of human cognition. He is a member of the PhilInBioMed Scientific Committee.

Joeri Witteveen

Joeri Witteveen is an Assistant Professor in history and philosophy of science at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. He specializes in history and philosophy of biology. In his research he combines philosophical analysis with historical case studies while paying close attention to scientific practice.