Dr. Meghan Everett
Dr. Meghan Everett supports the ISS Chief Scientist in providing leadership and support for science performed on the ISS. She started her NASA career in 2007 as an intern in the exercise physiology laboratory and conducted several ISS and analog research experiments focusing on human performance and optimizing crew health for ISS and exploration missions. Prior to her current position Meghan provided crew health support as the ISS Program Crew Health and Countermeasures System (CHeCS) Integrator. Meghan obtained a BS degree from Skidmore College in Exercise Physiology, and MS and PhD from University of Houston in kinesiology with a focus in molecular muscle physiology.