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Zac Yung-Chun Liu
Research, Hopkins Marine Station
Staff, Hopkins Marine Station
BioZac Yung-Chun Liu specializes in machine learning, artificial intelligence applications, remote sensing imagery processing, and geospatial analysis. His deep learning work includes computer vision, image classification, segmentation, object detection, and natural language processing, related to disease ecology and shark conservation.
Marina Dewinara Luccioni
Stanford Stdnt Employee-Summer, Biology
Undergraduate, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
BioI work on projects which combine my interest in exploring mental health with respect for traditional and local ecological knowledge. I want to better understand psychoactive molecules in their ecological context through to their neural and psychological effects on humans.
Using the "Chief of Ghosts" hallucinatory fish from Hawaii and Sonoran Desert Toad as models, I aim to learn how these animals come to contain and accumulate their toxins, and how the molecules interact with human neural function to produce altered mental states.
Outside of the lab I love exploring and hiking with friends; I would highly recommend www.shortoftheweek.com as a general resource and I share curated shorts lists on theblueberry.rf.gd, my project website.