Logan Glasstetter, from Davison, Michigan, obtained Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Duke University. Logan received the Duke Faculty Scholar Award in 2021, the highest honor bestowed by Duke faculty on undergraduates in recognition of outstanding research and academic achievement. He currently works with the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Logan is particularly interested in drug discovery and development for protein-misfolding diseases, which include both rare diseases and common degenerative conditions. As a Marshall Scholar, Logan will continue his studies in this field by pursuing an MSc in Drug Discovery and Development at the University of Leeds and an MPhil in Chemistry at the University of Cambridge.