Alistaire Ruggiero-Sherman is a biomedical scientist with expertise in aging biology and cardiometabolic diseases. She received her Ph.D. in Molecular Medicine and Translational science from Wake Forest University School of Medicine. In 2021, she received the National Institutes of Health Immunology and Pathogenesis Training Award for her work investigating peripheral tissue dysfunction with metabolic disease onset. Her postdoctoral studies evaluated aging biomarkers in circulation for clinical application. Alistaire is the Field Application Scientist for NanoString Technologies and focuses on bulk genomic and spatial biology experiment design and data analysis.