Barbara Anderson, Microbiologist: Barbara received her BS in Microbiology in 1970 from Montana State University and then worked in the MSU viral lab of Al Fiscus PhD. Moving with her family to Idaho, she worked at the Weyerhauser Tree Nursery for Wayne Sinclair PhD on Douglas Fir mycorrhizsae and taught a microbiology course for the one year Environmental Technology option at Lewis Clark State College. After raising her, she went back to science at Tacoma Community College and The Evergreen State College. While working in the Evergreen Phage Lab, she learned Molecular Biology from visiting Russian and Georgian scientists and went on to manage the Phage Lab during a 1995-99 $950,000 NSF Collaborative Research at Undergraduate Institutions grant. Since then, she has worked for Dr. LeBris Quinn doing muscle cell tissue culture, molecular biology and biochemistry, originally at the American Lake VA, now moved to the Seattle Veterans Administration. She maintains an active interest in phage, attends as much of the biennial Evergreen International Phage Meetings as possible, and helped establish the original Evergreen PhageBiotics Foundation in 1997.