The International Science Reserve (ISR) is a network of open scientific communities of discovery, bringing together specialized resources from across the globe to prepare for and help mitigate complex and urgent global crises.
An ISR Science Community is a self-governing group of scientific researchers, falling broadly into a single discipline, who develop research proposals in response to crises.
Assistant Director for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships National Science Foundation, Federal Liaison to the ISR
Joe Leitmann, PhD
Executive Director, University of California Disaster Resilience Network
Michael Rosenfield, PhD
Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, IBM Research
Mila Rosenthal, PhD
Executive Director, International Science Reserve, New York Academy of Sciences
Benjamin Young, PhD
Sr. Program Manager, Strategic Initiatives, International Science Reserve, New York Academy of Sciences
Partners are institutions (university, government agency, foundation, consortium, corporation, etc.) or individuals that have agreed to provide financial or substantial in-kind support to build the ISR’s capacity for response.
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The International Science Reserve is a network of open scientific communities, bringing together specialized resources from across the globe to prepare for and help mitigate complex and urgent global crises. We focus solely on preparing and mobilizing scientists to augment existing response organizations.