Michael A. Fisher
Dr.Michael A. Fisheris a Senior Fellow with the Federation of American Scientists, working on a range of issues across the science and technology policy landscape. He is the Director of theCongressional Science Policy Initiativeand contributes to theDay One Project. Mike also coordinated the FAS-organized COVID-19 Task Force and worked on theAsk a Scientistand Coronavirus Project teams.
Prior to joining FAS, Mike served as Field Director with the Welle for Congress campaign (2018, New Jersey Congressional District 4). With scientific training at Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School, UC Berkeley, and Princeton, Mike has developed technical expertise in infectious disease research, biofuels, synthetic biology, protein engineering, and molecular biology.
Mike’s graduate work with Professor Hecht at Princeton University iscreditedby the University of Texas at Austin’s Fraser Professor of Biochemistry Andy Ellington as establishing the field of synthetic systems biology.
2012年首届Synthet迈克是一个研究员ic Biology Leadership Accelerator Program cohort and was an IGCC Public Policy and Biological Threats Training Program Fellow in 2008.
Mike also has experience in:
- Informal education as a STEM Educator with the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ.
- Public-private partnership creation as a co-founder of the UC Berkeley Postdoc Industry Exploration Program in 2010.
- Community organizing.
Mike earned his B.S. in Biology from The College of New Jersey and his Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from Princeton University.