Holly Swain Ewald
Holly Swain Ewald, PhD, is a biologist and STEM teacher with research specialization in cancer and neuropsychiatric disorders. She has been involved with the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s breast cancer vaccine project, works with oncologists and modelers to devise treatment protocols based on cancer evolution, and publishes papers at the interface of biology and health sciences. She has an adjunct appointment at the University of Louisville in Kentucky and has also taught at Simmons College, a small Historically Black College and University, and in the Bard Citizen Science program. She is particularly interested in questions of health inequity and the role of science education in helping individuals shape their own interests and impact policy.