Professor of Political Science · UC San Diego
Barbara F. Walter's current research is on the behavior of rebel groups in civil wars.
The Strategic Use of Internet Propaganda The Causes, Duration, and Resolution of Civil Wars Extremist Ideology in War Terrorism and Counterterrorism
Gennady Miloshevsky, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor Miloshevsky researches computational physics with emphasis on effects of plasma, laser and particle beams on materials.
Materials Under Extreme Conditions Radiation- and Plasma-Material Interactions Physics of High Energy Densities Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Physics Dusty Plasmas
Associate Professor · Tulane University
Professor Wesson is a national expert in vector-borne diseases spread by mosquitoes.
Zika Virus Chagas Disease Mosquito-Borne Viruses West Nile Virus Medical Entomology
Dr Adam Crewe
Reader in Earthquake Engineering · University of Bristol
Examining the structural damage caused by earthquakes in built environments
Earthquake Education Earthquake Damage Earthquake Engineering Earthquakes Education About Earthquakes
Professor and Director, Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Program · New Jersey Institute of Technology
Professor Alvarez conducts neuroscience research for helping patients recover their vision and for diagnosing other visual diseases.
Vision Therapy Virtual Reality Vision Neuroscience Biomedical Engineering
Professor, Dean of Graduate Education, & Vice Provost for Academic Affairs · Loyola Marymount University
Department of Educational Leadership and Administration
Administration in Higher Education Feminist Theory and Pedagogy Civic Engagement and Social Justice Rhetoric and Organizational Communication Service Learning and Community-Based Teaching
Stephan Moll, M.D.
Professor · UNC at Chapel Hill
Dr. Moll’s clinical interest is coagulation and classical hematology, with a particular focus on thrombosis and anticoagulation.
Hematology Oncology Blood Flow Clotting Coagulation Thrombosis
Illona Jaspers, PhD
Professor of Microbiology, Immunity, and Environmental Science Engineering · UNC-Chapel Hill
Dr. Jaspers is a pediatric microbiologist and immunologist with expertise on environmental oxidants and its impact on human immune responses
Coronavirus Immunology E-cigarettes Ambient air pollutants Asthma
University Distinguished Professor, Department of Computer Science · Michigan State University
Expert in biometrics (pattern recognition, computer vision and biometric recognition)
Pattern Recognition Computer Vision Biometrics Markov Random Fields Clustering Data
Gary Elkins, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience · Baylor University
Dr. Gary Elkins' areas of specialization are clinical psychology, health psychology, and hypnotherapy.
Clinical Psychology Health Psychology Hypnotherapy Hypnotherapy for Hot Flashes Breast Cancer Survivors
Instructor of Biology · Loyola Marymount university
Seaver College of Science and Engineering
Medicinal Plants Educational Research Evolutionary Biology Molecular Biology Neurobiology
Anthony Greene, Ph.D.
Faculty Trustee & Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology · Fielding Graduate University
Psychological/social factors for male “at risk” youth; chronic pain research; competence in treating clients of different cultural origins
Health Psychology Multicultural Psychology Psychological Assessment Interpersonal Violence Anger and Psychopathology
Michael Savarese, Ph.D.
Expert in sea-level rise and environmental change · Florida Gulf Coast University
Michael Savarese studies the history of environmental change in coastal areas and how this can inform the future.
Conservation Paleobiology Geologic History of Southwest Florida Climate Change Coastal Geology Sea Level Rise
Professor of English · Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Geo-Poetics & Geo-Philosophy Literary Theory Interdisciplinary study of time Outsider Art/The Watts Towers of Los Angeles OULIPO/writing under constraints
Nancy D. Campbell
Professor and Graduate Program Director, Science and Technology Studies (STS) · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Focuses on the history of science, technology, and medicine as it relates to drug policy and the social significance of drugs
Opioid Crisis Harm Reduction Opioid Overdose History of Science & Medicine Gender & Addiction
Bryan W. Brooks, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor, Environmental Science and Biomedical Studies; Director of Environmental Health Science · Baylor University
Dr. Brooks examines water quality, environmental health & contaminants, and sustainability issues, particularly in rapidly urbanizing areas.
Contaminants of Emerging Concern Harmful Algal Blooms Urbanization Sustainability Issues Environmental Contaminants
Daniel J. Cox
Professor and Founding Chair of Manufacturing Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering · Georgia Southern University
Daniel J. Cox is an expert in robotics and automation, advanced manufacturing, and dynamic systems and control.
Dynamic Systems and Control Robotics and Automation Advanced Manufacturing
Associate Professor of Medicine Head of Infection Prevention Hospital Epidemiologist · University of Connecticut
Dr. David Banach is an expert in the field of infectious diseases and epidemiology.
Coronavirus Medicine Health Care Associated Infections Infectious Diseases Infections in Immunocompromised Patients
Charles "Billy" Gunnels, Ph.D.
Expert in animal behavior and urban ecology · Florida Gulf Coast University
Billy Gunnels examines the interaction between humans and animals.
Animal Behavior Urban Ecology Wildlife Ecology Biological Stats Wasps
John E. Hayes
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Food Science · Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Hayes explores how sensations from food and nonfood products drive consumer acceptability, including the role of biology in food choices
Behavioral Genetics Smell Flavor Perception Integrated traditional sensory science methods with behavioral genetics to understand biological factors that may cause individuals to consume some foods but not others Taste