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Associate Professor and Director of Field Education
Prof. Berthold's clinical and research expertise is with refugee and asylum seeking survivors of torture and the Cambodian genocide.
refugees and asylum seekers vicarious trauma and resilience human rights approach to social work co-ocurring health and mental health conditions post torture and genocide Trauma and Recovery
Clincal Associate Professor & Director, Post-Graduate Prosthodontics
Dr. Avinash Bidra is an expert in advanced prosthodontics, subcrestal prosthodontics (implant surgery) and maxillofacial prosthodontics.
Implant Surgery Subcrestal Prosthodontics Dentistry Prosthodontics Dental Implants
Eversource Energy Chair in Business Ethics
Robert Bird is an expert in corporate compliance, employment law, legal strategy, business ethics, and corporate governance.
Corporate Governance Employment Law Business Law Corporate Compliance Business Ethics Legal Risk Management
Associate Professor of History
Dr. Joel Blatt is an associate professor of European History at the UConn-Stamford campus.
France French Culture Mindset of Nation Conflicts and Cooperation with other Nations
Assistant Professor of Agriculture and Resource Economics
John Bovay's research interests include the economics of food-safety regulation, GMO labeling, and food waste.
Food Labeling Food Waste Food economics GMOs Food Safety
Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor and Executive Director
Mark A. Boyer studies environmental policy and global-local linkages. His research focuses on climate adaptation from global to local.
Simulation and Experimental Methods Climate Change Global-Local Linkages Globalization Environmental Policy Political Economy and Public Goods Theory
Associate Professor of Law and William T. Golden Scholar
Prof. Brennan-Marquez is an expert on human judgment and the role of courts in the age of big data and algorithmic decision-making.
The Fourth Amendment Policing Over-Criminalization Law and Technology Constitutional Law Law Evidence Big Data and Algorithmic Decision-Making Criminal Procedure
Chief of the Division of Neurosurgery at UConn Health
Dr. Ketan R. Bulsara is a world-renowned neurosurgeon with an unparalleled range of expertise in treating neurological disorders.
Brain Surgery Spine Surgery Brain Aneurysms Ischemic Stroke Endovascular Surgery Neurosurgery Hemorrhagic Stroke
Professor focused on management in sports organizations and how gender stereotypes affect women working in athletics.
Gender Stereotypes Access and Success in Leadership Sport Management Gender Issues in Sport Leadership in Sport Organizations Gender
CEO-Korey Stringer Institute, Professor Department of Kinesiology
Focused on prevention of sudden death in sport, exertional heat stroke, wearable technologies, hydration, and performance in the heat
Athletic Training Thermoregulation Exercise & Heat Heat Stroke Preventing Sudden Death Wearable Technologies Exertional Heat Illnesses Fluid-Electrolyte Balance Hydration/Dehydration Elite Atheletes
Industry Experience (2)