Natalie Munro, Ph.D.

Professor of Anthropology · University of Connecticut

Professor Munro focuses on the origin of feasting and animal domestication, and the transition from foraging to farming in human evolution

Evolution Farming

Frank Barrett, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Creating learning organizations; improvisation and sustainability in organizations; appreciative inquiry as a positive mode of action.

Appreciative Inquiry Improvisation and Organizational Innovation Organizational Learning Spiritual Development Social Impact of Information Technology

Mary Margaret Gleason, MD

Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Pediatrics, Director of Tulane Early Childhood Collaborative · Tulane University

Dr. Gleason is a pediatrician and child psychiatrist who specializes in early childhood mental health.

Early Childhood Mental Health Child Psychiatry Early Childhood Psychopharmacology Integrated Mental Health in Pediatrics

Leslie Parker

Associate Professor · University of Florida

Leslie Parker’s research focuses on the nutrition of premature infants, with an emphasis on providing breast milk to infants in the NICU.

NICU Lactation Premature Infants

Kathryn L. Humphreys

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Human Development · Vanderbilt University

A clinical psychologist with expertise in infant mental health.

tender age detainment centers Infants and Toddlers Orphanages Parent child separations Migrant Youth

Mara Scanlon

Professor of English · University of Mary Washington

Professor of English, Department of English, Linguistics and Communication

Digital Humanities Women’s Literature and Feminist Theory Twentieth-Century Literature Asian American Studies Bakhtinian theory

Darlene Kertes

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Darlene Kertes’ research examines the role of life experiences and epigenetic processes on activity of stress-sensitive systems.

Antecedents Psychchology

Prof. Swaran Singh

Professor of Social and Community Psychiatry, Warwick Medical School - Mental Health and Wellbeing · University of Warwick

Swaran Singh is an expert on early psychosis, somatisation, cultural and ethnic factors in mental illness, and mental health law.

Mental Health Law Global Mental Health youth mental health Early Intervention in Psychosis Transitions in Healthcare

Chip Schooley

Infectious Disease Specialist · UC San Diego

Dr. Chip Schooley's personal research interests include HCV, influenza and HIV pathogenesis.

COVID-19 Tropical Medicine HIV & AIDS Infectious Diseases Clinical Trials

Connie Mulligan

Professor · University of Florida

Connie Mulligan is interested in understanding patterns of human genetic variation with implications for human health and evolution.

Influence of Genetics on Response to Trauma and Stress Epigenetic Analysis Human Evolution and Migration out of Africa and in the Democratic Republic of Congo Yemen Effects of Maternal Trauma on Maternal and Infant Health

Hanne M. Hoffmann

Assistant Professor, animal science; Expert in neuroendocrinology · Michigan State University

Dr. Hoffmann’s research program is focused on how light changes your well being, motivation, fertility and pregnancy success.

Light Contamination Impact of Light on Physiology Development Molecular Biology Preterm Labor

Enrico Moretti

Professor · Haas School of Business & Department of Economics |University of California, Berkeley

Expert on urban economics and labor economics

Labor Economics Urban Economics The Economics of Cities and Regions

Hadar Aviram

Thomas Miller '73 Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: aviramh@uchastings.edu / 415-581-8890 / Office 328-200

Criminal Justice Criminology Criminal Law Constitutional Law Public Policy

Stefan Savage

Professor · UC San Diego

Stefan Savage specializes in computer engineering with a focus on cybersecurity.

Security Cybersecurity Computer Engineering Computer Science

Nancy Rose Hunt

Professor · University of Florida

Nancy Rose Hunt’s work focuses on the history and anthropology of medicine in Africa.

Medical History Vernacular Archives Archives Childbirth History and Anthropology of Central Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo

Irving Steinberg, PharmD

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs & Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Pediatrics · USC School of Pharmacy

Areas of research emphasis include predictive performance of pharmacokinetic models for dosing in children.

COVID-19 Pediatric Pharmacotherapeutics Maternal-Fetal Pharmacology Infectious Diseases Critical Care Pharmacology and Toxicology

Gail E. Thomas, PhD

Professor of Sociology · Soka University

Professor Thomas is a sociology professor who specializes in the analysis of higher education.

Mentoring and Empowering Youth Race, Class and Gender Differences in Educational Access and Outcomes Education and Status Attainment Effective Education for Diverse Learners and At Risk Youth Race and Gender Relations

Laura Kehoe

Post doctoral Fellow, Department of Biology · University of Victoria

Identifying pathways to balance human resource use with the conservation of biodiversity.

Wildlife Conservation Agricultural impacts on biodiversity Chimpanzee Conservation Conservation Decision Science Root drivers of biodiversity loss

Dr Raj Badhan

Lecturer, Pharmacy · Aston University

Raj Badhan's interest is in applying the principles of clinical pharmacokinetics to challenging pre-clinical and clinical scenarios.

Tropical Disease Mental Health Medicines Optimisation Pharmacokinetic Modelling Population Pharmacokinetics

Mary McLean

Professor, Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies, College of Education; Member of the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies · University of Florida

Mary McLean is regarded for her research on assessment strategies for young children with disabilities.

Early Childhood Education