Fellow, The Council on Strategic Risks
Lillian Parr is a Fellow at the Council on Strategic Risks (CSR). She graduated from William & Mary with a degree in biology and a minor in applied mathematics. As a part of the William & Mary iGEM team, Lillian conducted research on temporal signaling dynamics in synthetic biological systems. She continued her synthetic biology work through a fellowship at Caltech, where she focused on engineering conjugative plasmids. At William & Mary, Lillian was Chief Copy Editor of the school newspaper and graduated summa cum laude as a James Monroe Scholar. Lillian is excited to contribute her background in synthetic biology to CSR and is particularly interested in addressing engineered biological threats.