Alexander Linder is a Research Associate at the Center for Global Health Science and Security at Georgetown University. He graduated in 2018 from Loyola University Chicago with a B.S. in Bioinformatics, a minor in Classics, and Interdisciplinary Honors. While at Loyola, Alexander performed laboratory work involving the use of computational and laboratory methods for the discovery of transcription factor binding sites in Plasmodium. In 2019, Alexander graduated from Georgetown University with an M.S. in Biohazardous Threats and Emerging Infectious Diseases with a focus on biosafety, biosecurity, and areas of dual-use research concern. His current research focuses on biosafety, biosecurity, and response to bioincidents in support of the Elizabeth R. Griffin Program at Georgetown University.
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