Dr. Lucia Aronica is a research scientist and lecturer at Stanford University with a big passion for teaching. She is an award-winning communicator[1],[2], and strives to teach students the importance to communicate science effectively to a variety of audiences.  She uses creative and engaging forms of communications such as digital drawing videos both in the classroom[3] and in her work as video producer for the Stanford hosted podcast Goggles Optional[4].
 1. http://blog.europepmc.org/2014/05/how-healthy-eating-could-starve-out.html
2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lcHXk7wIOw
3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKBS2fu1uoc&list=PLU7a7O4lr4QCnIMMyBxVT0aFsh812AzGQ
Teaching assistant
Marcos Rojas is a medicine student at the University of Chile. He loves teaching and is very passionate about the innovation of the ways to spread knowledge. He is the founder and general director of the Teaching Assistant Program in his university [1]. Marcos has developed this program that not only uses students to teach to other students, but also develops new tools and resources to learn [2]. He also do research in neuroscience and public health.
1. http://ayudantesdocentes.med.uchile.cl/
2. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfuTnmc_CPVW0jv-OIWm4xg