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Matthew Gentzel is a graduate student at the University of Maryland studying International Security and Economic Policy and was recently accepted into the Strategic Studies Program at John’s Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies for fall 2018. He currently helps teach an applied policy and intelligence analysis class on CRISPR/Cas9 technology and has worked as an EA grantee in risk analysis on topics such as nuclear policy, AI forecasting, and strategy. Previously he studied Engineering and Statistics at the University of Maryland and founded Effective Altruism Policy Analytics, an experiment aiming for low-cost, research based policy influence via sending federal agencies cost-benefit analysis on their proposed policies.