Savannah Sanchez in a lab.
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Ginny Park
Ginny Park hopes her research at Washington State University will create a better understanding of how chronic cannabis use affects the human brain.

Dr. Ahmed Lugelo, a doctoral candidate in the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health, vaccinates a dog in Tanzia for rabies as part of the Rabies Free Africa project.
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Dr. Ahmed Lugelo
Dr. Ahmed Lugelo, a doctoral candidate in the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health, didn’t enter veterinary medicine for fame and fortune — it was for the fancy cars.

Tomorrow’s Scientists: Matthew Mietchen
Doctoral candidate Matthew Mietchen is hopeful his research at Washington State University will help to create a better understanding of how and why infections move through populations — and save lives.

Tomorrow’s Scientists: Jessica Wong
Jessica Wong describes the work of veterinary pathologists as crime scene investigation but with less crime — and, at least in her case, more bacteria and ticks.

Tomorrow’s Scientists: Marena Guzman
Working in School of Molecular Biosciences doctoral candidate Marena Guzman is a long way from her home in Phoenix, Arizona - nearly 1,000 miles as the crow flies - but she has settled right in at WSU, where her accomplishments both in and out of the lab will leave lasting marks.

On the left, Seth holding a crab, and on the right, hanging out with his cat.
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Seth Schneider
He once wrote a novel about a zombie apocalypse. Then there was that summer he and his brother hauled in nearly 100 Dungeness crab on Puget Sound.