Dr. Eran Elhaik studied computer science and management. He then did a PhD in Molecular Evolution and Bioinformatics at the University of Houston. He completed a postdoc in population genetics at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and a second postdoc in mental disorders at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. He was appointed Research associated at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and an Assistant Professor at the University of Sheffield (UK). Dr. Elhaik has worked on various questions concerning genome evolution, genomic architecture, population genomics, DNA methylation, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, microbiome, and many others. 

Emily Foster specializes in Middle Eastern studies and anthropology.

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