Marcella Flores MPH PhD
President & CEO
Marcella Flores received her PhD from Columbia University in the department of Microbiology studying viral immune responses. She continued postdoctoral training at the Institute Cure in Paris and then later at Columbia University. Her work has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at international conferences. In 2015, during the long days of her post doc, Marcella decided to put incubation times in the lab to good use and began planning what is now The Reagent Project. Marcella currently spends her days spreading the word that sustainable science also means redistributing and reusing reagents that would otherwise be forgotten in our cold rooms.
Janace Gifford is currently pursuing her PhD at Rutgers University in the Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience program examining the link between toxicant exposure and developmental disorders. She received her B.S. in Neuroscience & Psychology from Baldwin Wallace University in 2015. Being involved in research for a number of years, Janace has experienced the amount of unused reagents and supplies in labs. She is glad to be a part of The Reagent Project to help reduce waste and help get supplies and equipment to labs in need!