Zach graduated from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island with a Bachelor’s Degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. During his time there, he worked alongside Dr. Marc Tatar investigating renal fibrosis and mechanistic understandings of human neurodegenerative diseases. For this work, Zach received the Donald A. King Fellowship from the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.

Following graduation, Zach moved to Hilo, Hawai’i where he served as researcher for the USDA Forest Service. During this time, Zach contributed to novel understandings of emergent forest diseases and early detection mechanisms. This work included groundbreaking discoveries for the use of remote sensing to detect early stage forest disease and inform forest management and planning.

Zach has always had a passion for elucidating rare disease mechanisms and improving the ways in which medicine is developed and delivered. He is excited to bring his expertise to the team to help achieve their collective goals. Outside of the lab, Zach can be found hiking, disc golfing, or playing video games with friends.

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