Karl Cameron Schiller is a Cohort 2021 Fellow in the Cyclotron Road Division and the COO of Pheronym. He has a B.A. in economics and an M.Sc. in pharmaceutical economics. Prior to Pheronym, he was a consultant in pharmaceutical product development, cost-effectiveness analysis, modeling, and statistical analysis. His clients included the University of Florida, the University of Alabama, Florida Medicaid, and at Pfizer. At Pheronym, he has been working on extracting pheromones from in vivo grown nematode cultures. Along with Fatma Kaplan, he conducted the first agricultural biocontrol experiment in space at the International Space Station in 2020.
Project: Effective, Sustainable Bio-control