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Administrative Program Coordinator
Center for Functional Anatomy & Evolution

Samantha Lyall

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(410) 955-1697

Samantha Lyall joined the Center for Functional Anatomy & Evolution in April of 2024 as the Administrative Program Coordinator. As the Program Coordinator, Sam will provide administrative and operational support to the FAE faculty, postdocs and graduate students.

A Baltimore native, Sam attended Fordham University where she studied Psychology and Anthropology. From 2013-2017 she taught English abroad before attending University of Dundee and completing her MS in Anatomy and Forensic Anthropology in 2019.

Prior to joining FAE, she worked as a Forensic Autopsy Technician in Austin, TX and as a Senior Administrative Associate at Stanford University’s School of Medicine. In her free time, Sam enjoys listening to music, cooking and taking long hikes with her dog, Fizzy.

Administrative Manager
Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution,
History of Medicine & Art as Applied to Medicine

Maggie Cogswell

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(410) 955-3178

Maggie Cogswell joined JHU in September 2020 as the Administrative Manager for the departments of Functional Anatomy & Evolution, Art as Applied to Medicine, and History of Medicine. In this role, she provides strategic, financial, HR, and operational oversight for each department.

Maggie grew up on an ostrich ranch near Austin, TX and has a background in theatre performance and visual arts from the University of Evansville (Indiana). In 2014, she joined the HR department at Temple University, where she supported the division of Data Management for four years. She quickly fell in love with higher education administration and found her way into a role in Temple’s College of Liberal Arts where she managed the administration and HR of three departments and seven small centers. While at Temple, she also completed her MBA in Human Resources Management.

In 2018, Maggie and her partner decided to fulfill a life-long dream to live abroad and immerse themselves in another culture. They moved to Toulouse, France, where he pursued a master’s and Maggie continued to support Temple remotely. They came back to the US in August, 2020 and were both extremely excited and grateful to begin positions at JHU in the School of Medicine!

Laboratory Technician, Ravosa Lab
Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution

Christopher Dulny

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Chris joined the Center for Functional Anatomy & Evolution in March of 2024 as a Laboratory Technician.  As a Laboratory Technician Chris provides technical support in the lab to postdocs and graduate students.  Prior to joining FAE Chris worked in a clinical setting assisting in primarily cancer diagnostics at Luminis Health Pathology Laboratory as a Cytopathology Prep Technician.  Chris obtained a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Towson University in 2016 and has three years clinical psych experience before changing career paths to laboratory work.

In Chris’s free time he is a passionate gardener, mushroom forager, and lover of all things outdoors.