Guy Cardineau, a professor at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law and Faculty Fellow in the College's Center for the Study of Law, Science, & Technology, was profiled this week on the Flinn Foundation's Web site. In an article written by Leslie Harris and posted May 31, Cardineau, who also is a research professor at The Biodesign Institute and in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University, talks about his ever-morphing life and career. Harris writes that Cardineau hasn't been afraid to shift gears, beginning college as a liberal arts major and finishing in molecular and cellular biology. Today, he's a leading expert in plant vaccines and a recent appointee to the USDA Advisory Committee on Biotechnology and 21st Century Agriculture (AC21). Cardineau currently is working on genetically altering tomatoes to produce antigens that evoke immune responses in the human body, according to Harris. Read the full profile here.