Hannah Carey, a University of Wisconsin–Madison researcher who studies hibernating mammals, became the new president of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology on July 1. FASEB was formed in 1912. It now represents 29 scientific societies with a membership of more than 130,000 researchers worldwide. She has directed the Biotron Laboratory (along with her regular faculty duties) for over a decade, and we are proud of her expanded service to FASEB this year!
For the question and answer session: https://news.wisc.edu/q-a-veterinary-medicine-professor-leads-largest-biomedical-coalition/