Fallon Durant earned her B.S. in Behavioral Neuroscience and Biomedical Physics from Northeastern University, and obtained her Ph.D. in Biology from Tufts University in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Levin. Fallon’s research interests center on understanding how ‘regenerative’ animals are able to prevent scarring. She believes that unveiling how axolotls innately antagonize fibrosis will lead to the discovery of new therapeutics that could help millions of people. Outside of lab, Fallon is an astronomy educator at the Museum of Science. She also enjoys snowboarding, handbalancing, aerial rope, theater, hiking, and yoga.