Liz Warren

Associate Program Scientist, International Space Station U.S National Laboratory

Liz Warren, Ph.D. is an Associate Program Scientist for the ISS National Laboratory, the organization that enables access to the International Space Station to a broad range of commercial, academic, and government users. This unique platform takes us beyond the current thresholds of science, engineering, technology and education to create a more vibrant and thriving future for all citizens of the planet. Dr. Warren was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, and attended the University of California at Davis for both her undergraduate and doctoral degrees in physiology. For her doctoral work, she investigated the effects of gravity as a continuum on energy balance in rats. She completed post-doctoral work in the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Laboratory of Cell Growth, and the Neuroscience Laboratory at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. She has performed a variety of roles at NASA, including serving as Deputy Project Scientist for the NASA Bed Rest and Artificial Gravity Projects. Dr. Warren also spent several years as an Operations Lead in Mission Control for the ISS Medical Project. Dr. Warren is a passionate science communicator and an advocate for human spaceflight and STEM.

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