Faisal Shaikh, Ph.D.

Professor, Program Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Faisal Shaikh's areas of expertise include chemical engineering, biotechnology and microfluidics (lab on a chip).

Reaction Engineering Materials Science Biomolecular Engineering Chemical Engineering Characterization

Kayla Green

Associate Professor of Bio-Inorganic Chemistry · Texas Christian University

Chemistry expert, focusing on the treatment of Alzheimer's disease

Chemistry of Alzheimer's Disease Organic and Solid-phase Syntheses Neurobiology of Aging Cancer Research Applications at the Interface of Chemistry and Biology

Jeremy McCallum

Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry · Loyola Marymount University

Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Chemistry Oxidation Organic Chemistry Science NMR

Mohamed Gad-el-Hak, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering · VCU School of Engineering

Fluid mechanics expert, with a penchant for nanotechnology and microelectromechanical systems

Fluids in motion Turbulence and flow control Viscous pumps and microturbines Micro- and nanotechnology Large-scale disasters

Dr. TR Hudrlik

CSO · Sensory Seed

Dr. TR Hudrlik has been a Biomedical/Biophysics Research Scientist and Inventor for over 35 years.

Electrode Electrolyte Interface Advanced Mathematics Biochemistry Cardiac Pacemakers Cardiac Sensing

Ling Huang

Associate Professor of Chemistry · Hofstra University

Dr. Huang is a chemistry researcher and scholar who is noted for his work on designer drug analysis.

Designer Drug Detection Microfluidic Bioseparation Capillary Electrophoresis Forensic Ink Analysis Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

Ram B. Gupta, Ph.D.

Associate Dean for Faculty Research Development | Professor of Chemical & Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Research interest: batteries, electrochemistry, sustainable energy, biofuel, supercritical extraction, and nanomedicine.

Batteries Electrochemical engineering Bio-carbon Supercritical carbon dioxide technology Nanotechnology

Shirley Meng

Professor · UC San Diego

Shirley Meng researches better batteries through nano-engineering

Batteries for electric vehicles Energy Storage and Conservation Batteries Nano Engineering Nano and Micro Scale Materials