Bethany Dubois is involved with simulation studies of biological systems. She received a dual B.A. in applied mathematics and computational biology from Brown University. There, she conducted independent research on protein folding algorithms as a member of Sorin Istrail's group. Previously, she utilized the Rosetta structure prediction suite to develop a protocol to incorporate NMR data into Rosetta computational tools to model chaperone activity of alphaB-crystallin and amyloid protein. Outside of work, she is passionate about gender equality, medicine, and training for rugby.