Nicolae Morar is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies & Philosophy at University of Oregon. He is interested in Bioethics (Biomedical, Genethics, Environmental, & Research Ethics), Philosophy of Biology, and Recent Continental Philosophy.
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Michel Morange is a professor of biology at the Ecole normale supérieure in Paris, a historian of molecular biology, and president (2015–2017) of the International Society for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB).
Alessandro Minelli is a Professor emeritus of Zoology at the University of Padua. His work focuses on evolutionary developmental biology and he has contributed to laying the conceptual foundations for this discipline.
Thierry Michon is a researcher at INRA (UMR1332, Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie), Bordeaux, France.
Rick Michod is a Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona. His lab uses mathematical modeling, genomics, phenomics, molecular biology, ecology, and philosophy to study the evolution of multicellularity and evolutionary transitions in individuality.
Pierre-Olivier Méthot is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Université Laval (Québec). He specializes in the history and philosophy of the biological and medical sciences, with a particular focus on microbiology, ecology, and evolution (and their interaction).
Ruslan Medzhitov is a Professor of Immunobiology at Yale School of Medicine. His research focuses on the analysis of the innate immune system, inflammatory response, innate control of the adaptive immunity, and host-pathogen interactions.
Rodrigo Medel is a Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Chile, and member of the team Scientia at the Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities. His research interests include general philosophy of science with emphasis in evolutionary biology, natural selection, and the nature of scientific discovery.
Margaret McFall-Ngai is Professor and Director of the Pacific Biosciences Research Center at the University of Hawaii-Manoa. Her research focuses on host responses to interactions with beneficial microbes. She is a member of the PhilInBioMed Scientific Committee.
Deborah Mayo is Professor Emerita in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech. Her research topics include underdetermination, the role of novel evidence, and the nature of scientific progress. She is a member of the PhilInBioMed Scientific Committee.