Tim Stasevich joined the faculty October 1, 2014, as an assistant professor. Tim received his Bachelor of Science with high distinction in physics and mathematics from the University of Michigan. He earned his doctorate in physics from the University of Maryland, College Park. He was a JSOS Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Osaka University under Hiroshi Kimura. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at the National Cancer Insitute, NIH, where he worked with James McNally.
Steven Markus joined the faculty January 1, 2014, as an assistant professor. Steven received his Bachelor of Science with honors in microbiology and molecular genetics from UCLA. He earned his doctorate in microbiology at New York University Medical Center. He conducted research under Edward B. Tucker at Baruch College, CUNY, and was a senior research fellow at U. Mass-Amherst studying the mechanisms governing the spatial and temporal regulation of the microtubule motor, cytoplasmic dynein under Wei-Lih Lee.