Aubrey Paris, Ph.D.

Senior Fellow

Dr. Paris is a Senior Fellow at the Institute on Science for Global Policy (ISGP). She also serves as manager and founding co-host of ISGP's biweekly podcast, The Forum, which specializes in the translation of complex scientific advances for the general public and has attracted listeners in over 100 countries. Concurrently, Dr. Paris is the 2019-2020 IEEE-USA Science and Engineering Diplomacy Fellow at the U.S. Department of State. Previously, she was an NSF Graduate Research Fellow and Energy and Climate Scholar at Princeton University, where her research involved the discovery and optimization of catalysts active in the electrochemical transformation of carbon dioxide to chemical feedstocks and fuels. She has also worked on projects related to Chinese financing of coal-fired power plants in water-insecure regions and the future of U.S. nuclear energy in the face of climate change. Dr. Paris received her Ph.D. in Chemistry and Materials Science from Princeton University (2019), M.A. in Chemistry from Princeton University (2017), and B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Ursinus College (2015).