Check out this article from the University of California, Davis, that highlights International Space Station (ISS) National Lab Associate Program Scientist Liz Warren. A graduate of UC Davis, Warren earned both her bachelor’s degree and her doctoral degree in molecular, cellular, and integrative physiology from the university. She went on to work as a scientist at NASA before assuming her current role with the ISS National Lab. In the article, Warren discusses her dual love for biology and space and the path she took to achieve her dream of doing both.
This article, written by ISS National Lab Associate Program Scientist Liz Warren, discusses how organs-on-chips research could revolutionize medicine and the future of tissue chip research in space.
This article, written by ISS National Lab Associate Program Scientist Liz Warren, highlights a live downlink between NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins onboard the space station and Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, discussing the study of human health in space.
ISS National Lab Associate Program Scientist Liz Warren picks apart the science of the movie Gravity together with San Francisco-based comedian Nicole Calasich as a featured guest on Seeker's "Bad Science" podcast.
ISS National Lab Associate Program Scientist Liz Warren speaks at Seeker's Beyond Human Nightlife event about tissue engineering on the space station and advancements in the field of regenerative medicine.