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Meet Your Fellow Companions:

The honor of membership into Sigma Xi spans disciplines and courses of research study. Each month in Sigma Xi Today, we will be highlighting a different "Fellow Companion"—asking them about their work and what the Sigma Xi honor has meant for their career.

Siddharth Tripathi (SX 2013): Discovering new antifungal drugs

Avinash Konkani (SX 2013): Human factors in the healthcare system

Samelia Okpodu (SX 2010): The reasons behind human retina degradation and degeneration

Madhusudhanan Narasimhan (SX 2013): The affect of alcohol and environmenal pesticides on neurons

Darko Cotoras (SX 2011): Spider diversification over time

Jayalakshmi Govindan (SX 2013): Fin skeleton regeneration in zebrafish

Michael Selvaraj (SX 2011)

Craig Streu (SX 2004)

Jill Pruetz (SX 1999)

Mike Harding (SX 2012)

Junfeng Pan (SX 2008)

Patrisha Pham-Bugayong (SX 2008)

James Chen (SX 2010)

Joannes Paulus Yimbesalu (SX 2011)

Nicholas Money (SX 1996)

Matthew Hosek (SX 2012)

Raghav Govindarajan (SX 2012)

Semant Jain (SX 2012)

Samantha Marquez (SX 2011)

Laurent Pirolli (SX 2007)

Are you interested in being interviewed for our "Meet Your Fellow Companion" piece in each issue of American Scientist? If so, please contact us at memberinfo@sigmaxi.org.

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