Dr. Isaza trained in Archaeology at Boston University. Before joining IFAR, she taught for the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University, was a Research Fellow in the Department of Archaeology at Boston University, and led field research projects at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) in Panama. Dr. Isaza’s research interests concern the role of social intercourse in tight-knit communities, and their members’ interaction with and influence on the physical environment. At IFAR, Dr. Isaza developed and maintains the resource sharing protocol utilized by the Biostatistics core, leads data verification activities on the SAGES project, collaborates with investigators on the VIVE2 and Model of Care studies, and serves as the IFAR representative to the HSL Rocks! employee recognition program. Dr. Isaza has published her independent research in both English and Spanish, and she has developed translation protocols for multilanguage materials used by patients and consumers at HSL and elsewhere.