Dr. Lucie Low is the Chief Scientist for Microgravity Research at Axiom Space. She helps develop and manage the scientific research portfolios that Axiom Space is enabling for countries and private astronauts, and works with governments, researchers, and industry to help build and develop a commercial space economy. She also helps formulate research priorities and strategies for Axiom Space and the future Axiom Station. Prior to joining Axiom, she was the Scientific Program Manager for the Tissue Chips for Drug Screening program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Lucie received her undergraduate degree from Oxford University in the UK, and holds Masters and PhD degrees in Neuroscience from University College London. She was a Research Fellow at McGill University in Montreal, Canada and the US National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, working on the neural mechanisms of pain research. She enjoys skydiving, paragliding, and anything that alters gravity’s dominance.