Joan Strassmann is a Professor of Biology at the Washington University in St. Louis, USA. She is an Evolutionary Biologist interested in cooperative alliances, multicellularity and social evolution. She is a member of the PhilInBioMed Scientific Committee.
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.
Jessey Andrew Wright is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Stanford University, USA. He is primarily interested in the philosophy of neuroscience, but his research ranges from general philosophy of science to the epistemology of neuroscience.
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.
Jerry Wakefield is Professor of Social Work and Professor of the Conceptual Foundations of Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine. He is interested in the conceptual foundations of clinical theory, the philosophy of psychopathology, psychiatric epidemiology of depression, and integrative clinical theory.
Günter Wagner is a Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University, USA. His main research interest is the evolution of gene regulation as it pertains to the origin of evolutionary novelties.
Michel Vervoort is a Professor in Biology (Evolution, Genetics, Eco-Devo) at Paris-Diderot University and Institut Jacques Monod, and co-leader of the team “Evolution and Development of Metazoans“, Paris, France. He is a member of the PhilInBioMed Scientific Committee.
Walter Veit is a PhD student at the School of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Sydney. He is writing a thesis on the connection between ‘pathological complexity’ and the evolution of minds.