Noah was traditionally trained in neuroscience but discovered a passion for combining neurological, cognitive psychological, and educational concepts to create evidence-based teaching techniques and strategies at the undergraduate and adult learning levels. Noah completed his B.S. in Biology at the University of Virginia and earned his doctorate in neuroscience from Vanderbilt University. After his doctoral program Noah worked as a postdoc spending half his time in his graduate research lab studying how developmental light cycles can affect the serotonergic systems in adult mice and half his time at the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching developing an online course dedicated to teaching current and future faculty about evidence-based teaching strategies. After his postdoc, Noah started his own online educational consulting business and worked on a variety of different projects including The Postdoc Academy, The Inclusive STEM Teaching Project and iBiology’s professional development and science communication courses. As the Associate Director of Education and Assessment for Explorer’s Guide to Biology Noah works to make the project’s content as easy as possible for educators and learners to use. In addition, Noah helps develop and refine content for the project as well as create assessments for all of the project’s content. When not trying to anticipate the needs of educators across the world, Noah enjoys playing music, the outdoors and spending time with his family and two goofy golden retrievers.