Bill Engels is Professor in the Department of Genetics, University of Wisconsin. He has taught in the genetics program for many years, and is the author of well known programs for statistical analysis and PCR primer development. He has made important contributions in studying the mechanism of DNA repair and the mobility of transposons.
Jim Fristrom is Emeritus Professor at the University of California, Berkeley. He taught introductory genetics for 30 years, and is the author of the textbook "Principles of Genetics". His research contributions are in the field of Drosophila development.
Marianne Frommer is currently Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Sydney. She is known for her contributions to mammalian and insect molecular biology, and has taught genetics and biology at all levels.
Tony Griffiths is Professor in the University of British Columbia, as well as being secretary of the International Genetics Federation. He has a long background in genetics teaching, and is the principal author of the textbooks "An Introduction to Genetic Analysis" and "Modern Genetic Analysis". His research focuses on fungal genetics.
John Sved is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Sydney. He taught introductory genetics for 25 years, including many years of experience in the application of computers to teaching. His principal research contributions are in the area of population genetics.