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  • Marianne Reddan

    Marianne Reddan

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Psychology

    BioMarianne began researching human emotion as an undergraduate in the laboratory of Elizabeth Phelps at NYU under the guidance of Catherine Hartley. Later she worked as a lab manager for Daniela Schiller at Mount Sinai. She completed her PhD with Tor Wager at CU Boulder in 2019 where she specialized in machine learning applications to neuroimaging analysis and then began her post doc with Jamil Zaki at Stanford shortly after. She is interested in decoding how the brain represents emotions and how these representations are modified through social interaction. She hopes that her research can benefit society by promoting mutual aid and transformative justice.

  • J. Luis Rodriguez

    J. Luis Rodriguez

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Political Science

    BioI have a Ph.D. in Political Science from the Johns Hopkins University. My research centers on how developing countries build and maintain limits on the use of force in international law. I focus on the origins of the nuclear order primarily from a Latin American perspective. My work reconstructs the attempts of the Brazilian and Mexican governments to delegitimize the threat and use of nuclear force while securing access to peaceful nuclear technologies. By analyzing the Latin American participation in the crafting of nuclear weapon nonproliferation treaties, I aim to understand how developing countries react when technological advancements challenge existing limits on the use of force.

    I served as a Nuclear Security Fellow with the Fundação Getulio Vargas in São Paulo, Brazil. Before joining the Ph.D. program at Hopkins, I was a junior advisor to the Mexican Vice-Minister for Latin American Affairs, working on international security cooperation in the region.