Meet the minds behind LabXchange! We apply our skills and talents to transforming science education.
Our leadership holds interdisciplinary expertise and a deep commitment to innovation in education.
Professor Meng received his PhD in statistics from Harvard University, and he is the founding editor-in-chief of the Harvard Data Science Review. His research interests include statistical theory and principles for data science, philosophical and foundational issues in statistics, statistical computing and computational statistics, signal extractions, and uncertainty assessments.Learn more
Professor Viel is the director of Northwest Undergraduate Laboratories and senior lecturer in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University. Alain also serves as the UNESCO Chair on Life Sciences and Social Innovation. He received his PhD from Paris 6 University (Pierre et Marie Curie).Learn more
Professor Blitzstein received his PhD in mathematics from Stanford University, and has taught Statistics 110: Introduction to Probability at Harvard since 2006. His research interests include inference for network data, foundational issues in statistics and data science, and education.Learn more
Gaurav is responsible for managing the full range of activities for LabXchange. Before joining Harvard, Gaurav studied ethics and legal philosophy at Yale University. While there he founded Wireless Philosophy, an organization aimed at introducing people to the practice of philosophy and critical thinking.
The Growth team builds awareness of LabXchange, promotes deeper engagement with the platform, and encourages dialogue with members of our global community around shared values of access, equity, and excellence in STEM education.
Subject matter experts possess specialized knowledge and expertise in their fields, applying valuable insights to guide content development.
The WELD team collaborates on educational materials that align with learning objectives and engage learners, using best practices from inclusive writing, accessibility, and pedagogy.
The highly skilled and dedicated LabXchange software engineers play a critical role in building and maintaining the platform. Their expertise ensures that LabXchange delivers a seamless and user-friendly experience to learners and educators around the world.
Instructional technologists curate and manage content by utilizing various digital tools and technologies to create engaging and effective learning experiences.
Product designers and managers work closely to conceptualize, design, and develop products that meet our users’ needs and our project goals, from ideation to launch.
Illustrators, graphic designers, and motion designers create visual elements that enhance the learning experience and communicate complex topics.
Administrators and project managers oversee the planning, execution, and delivery of LabXchange content development and other projects.