Dr Richard Martin

Reader, Electrical, Electronic & Power Eng, Aston Institute of Materials Research (AIMR) · Aston University

Richard Martin's research interests include bioactive glass and structural studies.

Advanced Imaging Structural Studies Bioactive Glass Glass Neutron Scattering

Corinne Kyriacou

Associate Professor of Health Professions · Hofstra University

Dr. Kyriacou studies public health challenges for the chronically ill. She was the Master of Public Health Program's founding director.

Health Care System Organization, Financing, Delivery and Reform Health and Aging Policy Public Health Leadership Planning, Implementation and Evaluation of Community Health Programs Integrated Care

Michael J. McClure, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering | BE, Vanderbilt University | Ph.D, Virginia Commonwealth University · VCU College of Engineering

Understanding the role of extracellular matrix and mechanical forces to regulate skeletal muscle structure, function, and innervation.

Muscle aging Cell-matrix interactions Integrin-mediated signaling Myoblast fusion Regenerative rehabilitation in skeletal muscle trauma

Veronica Sanchez Varela

Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Veronica Sanchez Varela is a clinical psychologist with expertise in forensics and behavioral medicine.

Behavioral Medicine Forensic Psychology Clinical Psychology Health Psychology

Todd R. Boyette, Ph.D.

Director, Morehead Planetarium and Science Center · UNC-Chapel Hill

Todd Boyette is an expert in university-based informal science education and a co-founder of the North Carolina Science Festival.

Global leadership in university-based science outreach Working with scientists to engage the public Astronaut training at Morehead Planetarium and Science Center Informal science education Science centers and museums in North Carolina

Kris Phillips

Associate Professor of Philosophy · Southern Utah University

Specializing in epistemology, metaphysics, individual variation, and the philosophy of religion, mind, dance, and education

Pre-College Philosophy History of Modern Philosophy Logic Individual Variation Philosophy of Mind

Rebecca L. Heise, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Undergraduate Program Director, Department of Biomedical Engineering | B.S. Chemical Engineering, B.S. Biomedical and Health Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University | Ph.D. Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh · VCU College of Engineering

Professor Heise studies pulmonary mechanotransduction, including lung injury and pulmonary regenerative medicine

Coronavirus Lung injury Pulmonary regenerative medicine Mechanobiology Tissue Engineering

Jasna Jankovic, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Materials Science & Engineering · University of Connecticut

Prof. Jasna Jankovic is an expert in the development of advanced imaging and spectroscopy, fuel cells and industrial collaborations.

Industrial Collaborations Fuel Cells Development and application of advanced imaging and spectroscopy techniques 3D material design and imaging Advanced Nanomaterials for Clean Energy

Amy Nuttall

Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies · Michigan State University

Amy K. Nuttall is an expert in the areas of family relationships, parenting, and how families cope with stress.

Family Dynamics Maltreatment Parenting Caregiving Quantitative Psychology

Jigarkumar Parikh

Co-Leader, Genito-Urinary Oncology Program · Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University

Medical oncologist specializing in kidney cancer, prostate cancer, bladder cancer and melanoma.

Oncology Bone Cancer Bladder Cancer Kidney Cancer Melanoma

Dong Chen, Ph.D.

Professor of International Business, College of Business Administration · Loyola Marymount University

International Business Global Strategic Management Business in China International Joint Ventures Strategic Alliances

Abigail Panter, Ph.D.

Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill

Panter's areas of emphasis include high-impact educational practices, general education curriculum and student access to higher education.

Undergraduate Education Undergraduate Curriculum Student Retention Student Success First Generation College Students

Bahar Zoghi

Assistant Dean, School of Engineering Technology and Acting Chair, Automotive Technology Department · Farmingdale State College

Dr. Zoghi is a professional engineer, and an expert in wind energy, sustainable environment and “green” buildings.

Wind Energy Water Resources Water Efficiency Sustainability

Barbara Christe

Dean, School of Engineering Technology · Farmingdale State College

Dr. Barbara Christe is dean of the School of Engineering Technology, and professor of Electrical Engineering Technology.

Engineering Technology Student Persistence Clinical Engineering First-Year Experience

Jeremy McCallum

Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry · Loyola Marymount University

Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Chemistry Oxidation Organic Chemistry Science NMR

Manisha Sinha, Ph.D.

Draper Chair in American History · University of Connecticut

Dr. Sinha is an expert in Civil War and Reconstruction

Feminism Abolition Slavery

Suzanne Sumner

Professor · University of Mary Washington

Suzanne Sumner is a Professor of mathematics at University of Mary Washington.

Mathematics Dynamical Systems Teaching Innovation Interdisciplinary Education

Christopher Long

Potato Specialist · Michigan State University

The main objective of the Potato Specialist is to apply research to real world agriculture.

Plant Physiology Post Harvest Plant Production Potato Variety Commercialization

Vassilios Papadopoulos, DPharm, PhD, DSc (Hon)

Dean, USC School of Pharmacy, John Stauffer Dean's Chair in Pharmaceutical Sciences & Professor of Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences · USC School of Pharmacy

An expert in pathophysiology and treatment of diseases related to altered steroid hormone synthesis.

Steroid hormone biosynthesis Hypogonadism Cancer Endocrine Pathologies Male Reproductive Disorders

Stephen Esquith

Professor and Dean · Michigan State University

I am interested in democratic transitions and peace building in West Africa (Mali) and before that in Eastern Europe.

Mali Peace Building Transitional Justice Democratic Political Education