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Appendix E: Committee Members and Staff Biographical Information
Pages 117-120

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... in geosciences from Pennsylvania State University. He previously served on the National Academies Committee on the Limits of Organic Life in Planetary Sciences and the Committee on Exploring Organic Environments in the Solar System.
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... from the University of Hawai'i, Manoa. He served as a member of the National Academies Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration, the Planetary Science Decadal Survey: Primitive Bodies Panel, and the Committee on New Opportunities in Solar System Exploration.
From page 119...
... Her research interests include mass spectrometry analytical developments that allow isotopic measurements with ultra-high precision, and the geologic events that affected Earth during its earliest stages of development, such as the segregation of its core and the crystallization of the magma ocean. She is the 2018 recipient of the Early Research Award from the Ontario government, and results from her research were selected as one of the Top 10 discoveries of the year 2016 of Quebec Science magazine.
From page 120...
... Sheffer served as a Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Graduate Fellow for the National Academies and then joined the SSB. Since coming to the National Academies, she has been the staff officer and study director on a variety of activities such as the Committee on Solar and Space Physics, Assessment of the National Science Foundation's 2015 Geospace Portfolio Review, Achieving Science with CubeSats: Thinking Inside the Box, Landsat and Beyond -- Sustaining and Enhancing the Nation's Land Imaging Program, among others.

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