2019-2020 GPSC Executive Board
GPSC President: Marie Teemant
Marie is in her third year of the Art History PhD program in the College of Fine Arts, after completing her MA in Art History at the University of Arizona in 2016. Her primary area of research is in the History of Photography, following her interests both in the scholarship and her work as a practicing photographer. Marie became involved in GPSC during the 2017-18 academic year, serving as a representative of the College of Fine Arts as well as the GPSC Social Chair.
GPSC Vice President: Dustin Tran
Dustin is a fourth year PhD student in Biomedical Engineering. His primary research interest is in developing optical techniques and instruments for cellular imaging. Prior to joining the University of Arizona, Dustin completed his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California and MS from Columbia University. Dustin has been involved with GPSC over the past 2 years, serving as a representative for the Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs (GIDP) in 2016 and Administrative Vice-President from 2017 and 2019.
GPSC Assembly Chair: David Johnson
David is a second year masters student in Physiological Sciences and Legal Studies. His primary area of research is within theoretical models of the microcirculation. David has a background in engineering and hopes to enter the medical field. David has been involved with GPSC since 2018 initially serving as the Graduate Interdisciplinary Program Representative.
GPSC Treasurer: Daniel Palomares
GPSC Secretary: Joseph Agosttini
Joseph is a second-year master's student in Physiological Sciences. His primary research area is in the interaction between trait anxiety and respiratory sinus arrhythmia. Upon completion of his degree, he hopes to pursue an MD/PhD dual degree, and enter the mental health field working with underserved communities and the LGBTQ+ population. Joseph became involved with GPSC during the 2018-2019 academic year, and currently serves as council's Secretary and Social/Marketing Chair. During his incumbency, he hopes to advocate for a Mental Health Resolution and work alongside UA's Cultural and Resource Centers to help graduate students finds their communities through the use of socials.