Morgan Wascko earned his PhD in 2001 from the University of California, Riverside, on the Milagro very high energy cosmic ray experiment, where he used the shadow of the moon in cosmic rays to search for antimatter. While a postdoc at Louisiana State University, he worked on sterile neutrino searches and neutrino-nucleus interaction measurements with MiniBooNE at Fermilab. In 2005 he became co-spokesperson of SciBooNE, continuing his studies of neutrino interactions and oscillation. He moved to Imperial College London in 2006 and became an STFC Advanced Fellow in 2008, and is now a Lecturer in the High Energy Physics Group at Imperial. His current research is focussed on neutrino oscillation searches, and the systematic uncertainties due to neutrino-nucleus interactions, with the T2K experiment in Japan.