Hunter Nisonoff is involved with simulation studies of biological systems. He holds a B.S. in mathematics with a minor in chemistry from Duke University. As an undergraduate, Hunter was engaged in global health field research in Guatemala. Prior to joining DESRES, he served as a Research Associate in the Duke University Computer Science Department, where he focused on the development of provable algorithms for computational molecular design. In his free time, Hunter enjoys playing guitar and exploring New York City's many parks.