Gayle Woloschak is currently a professor and molecular biologist working in the Department of Radiology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. Her primary research is focused on understanding molecular events that lead to cancer and developing nano-devices for intracellular gene manipulation. Dr. Woloschak received her Ph.D. from the Medical College of Ohio in Medical Sciences with a specialization in immunology/microbiology. She did post-doctoral work training at the Mayo Clinic in molecular immunology and remained on staff there for several years. She also worked at Argonne National Laboratory as senior molecular biologist prior to moving to Northwestern. Dr. Woloschak is on a large number of scientific review panels (NASA, National Institutes of Health, e.g.), editorial boards, and scientific committees. She is also an active member of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, and currently serves as a member of the SCOBAs (Standing Council of Orthodox Bishops of the Americas) Social and Moral Issues Commission.