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our local experts weigh-in on evidence-based science and policy

MINI-REVIEWS

Here at the March for Science - Columbus, we have contacted local experts in various fields to produce mini-reviews summarizing some of the most discussed topics supported by the March for Science. If you would like any additional information on these topics or the authors, please contact us via email

Diversity in STEM and how implicit bias and privilege play a role  
J. Marcela Hernandez, PhD Graduate/STEM Diversity Director The Ohio State University

Progress against Infectious Diseases, but We Are Not There Yet  
Mark Peeples, PhD Professor, Department of Pediatrics
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Principal Investigator, Center for Vaccines and Immunity The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Are GMOs Safe?
Professor Allison A. Snow, PhD
Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology
The Ohio State University

Climate Change  
Drs. Andréa G Grottoli, C.K. Shum, Michael Durand, Lonnie Thompson, Peter S. Curtis, Bryan Mark, Ellen Mosley-Thompson, Jason Cervenec, James Bauer, Aaron Wilson
Document supporters:
Drs. Wendy Panero, Joel Barker, Ann Cook, Chris Jekeli, Michael Wilkins

Environmental Protection  
Joan M. Herbers, PhD Professor Emeritus of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology
The Ohio State University

Science Education  
Joan M. Herbers, PhD Professor Emeritus of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology
The Ohio State University

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