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Dr. Traci Haddock-Angelli earned her doctorate in marine microbiology from the University of Rhode Island in 2010. She then joined the CIDAR lab under the guidance of Prof. Douglas Densmore at Boston University as a postdoctoral researcher in synthetic biology and later served as the Executive Director of the Center of Synthetic Biology. During her time at Boston University, Traci mentored over 40 undergraduate and graduate students and also ran the university’s iGEM team for four years. Traci joined the iGEM Foundation in the spring of 2015 as a Science and Technology Fellow, was later promoted to the Director of Technology, and now serves as the Director of the Competition. In this role, Traci oversees all aspects of the iGEM Competition and works to ensure that every team from around the world has a successful and fulfilling iGEM experience.
The iGEM Foundation is an independent nonprofit dedicated to education, competition, the advancement of synthetic biology, and the development of open community and collaboration. iGEM fosters scientific research and education through organizing and operating the iGEM Competition, the largest synthetic biology event in the world.