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Dr. John  Granton

Dr. John Granton

Respirologist | University Health Network

Dr. Granton is an eminent respirologist with Toronto's University Health Network

Treatment and Prognostic Studies in Pulmonary Hypertension Neurohormonal Activation in Pulmonary Hypertension Eisenmenger Syndrome Exercise Physiology Heart-Lung Interactions

Timothy Hedeen, Ph.D.

Timothy Hedeen, Ph.D.

Professor of Conflict Management | Kennesaw State University

Timothy Hedeen is a professor of Conflict Management and serves as the university ombudsman.

Meditation Conflict Resolution Decision-Making Dispute Resolution Justice Policy

Dr. Efrosini Papaconstantinou

Dr. Efrosini Papaconstantinou

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Nursing Program | University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Developing practical wellness interventions to promote healthy sleep habits in at-risk populations

Nursing Clinical Health Sciences Critical Care Nursing Sleep Patterns Predictors of Disturbed Sleep

Bruce A. Perkins

Bruce A. Perkins

Associate Professor and Clinician Scientist | Diabetes Canada

Using epidemiological techniques and trials to explore the natural history of diabetes complications and strategies for their prevention

Endocrinology Diabetic Nephropathy Technologies in Diabetes Care Type 1 Diabetes Artificial Pancreas

Lawrence B. Marks, M.D.

Lawrence B. Marks, M.D.

Sidney K. Simon Distinguished Professor of Oncology Research and Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology | UNC at Chapel Hill

Professor Marks studies radiation-induced injury to the lungs and heart

Oncology Clinical Research Radiation-Induced Normal Tissue Reactions Radiation-Induced Injury to the Lung and Heart Three-Dimensional Radiation Treatment

Jonathan McGavock

Jonathan McGavock

Associate Professor and CIHR Applied Health Chair | Diabetes Canada

Dr. McGavock’s research program is focused the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes in youth

Prevention & Management of Type 2 Diabetes Human Physiology Improving Metabolic Control Prevention of Obesity Diabetes in Aboriginal Populations

Shan-Lu  Liu

Shan-Lu Liu

Professor I Department of Veterinary Biosciences | The Ohio State University

Professor Liu studies virus-host interactions, in particular how RNA viruses enter host cells and cause pathogenesis in humans and animals.

Viral Infections HIV Ebola Lung Cancer Cancer Biology

Dr. Vivek Rao

Dr. Vivek Rao

Cardiac Surgeon, Peter Munk Cardiac Centre | University Health Network

Developing new strategies to prevent transplant coronary artery disease

Aortic Valve Surgery Mechanical Circulatory Assistance Cell Transplantation Myocardial Protection Heart Transplantation

Bridget McInnes, Ph.D.

Bridget McInnes, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor | VCU College of Engineering

Dr. McInnes' research is in the area of Natural Language Processing (NLP) with a particular interest in semantics.

Natural Language Processing Biomedical Text Processing Information Retrieval Machine Learning

Deborah O'Dell

Deborah O'Dell

Professor of Biology | University of Mary Washington

Dr. O'Dell performs research into how bees use magnetic fields to orient themselves.

Biology Neuroscience Magnetic Orientation in Animals Developmental Neurobiology Alzheimer's Disease

Keith Mellinger

Keith Mellinger

Professor of Mathematics | University of Mary Washington

Dr. Mellinger blends mathematics and music.

Discrete Mathematics Coding Theory Geometry Math

Gary C. Tepper, Ph.D.

Gary C. Tepper, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering | VCU School of Engineering

Professor Tepper's research focuses on radiation detection and measurement

Radiation detection and measurement Chemical sensing Supercritical Fluids Electrospinning Nanoscale materials

Stefanie Ferreri, Pharm.D.

Stefanie Ferreri, Pharm.D.

Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Practice Advancement and Clinical Education, Eshelman School of Pharmacy | UNC at Chapel Hill

Through her research, Stefanie Ferreri hopes to change the way community practice is portrayed and delivered in the United States.

Clinical Research Medication Therapy Management Clinical Pharmacology Patient Safety Pharmacology

Jane James

Jane James

Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work Dept. of Social Change and Innovation Virtual Academic Center | USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Jane James currently teaches a course on policy and practice in social service organizations and social welfare

Practice in Social Service Organizations Policy in Social Service Organizations Research Methods Human Behavior Social Welfare

Janet Schneiderman

Janet Schneiderman

Chair of Nursing Research Associate Professor of Social Work Department of Children Youth and Families and Nursing | USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Janet U. Schneiderman is an expert in factors influencing medical neglect of children in the child welfare system.

Nursing Weight Changes Among Children in Foster Care Factors Affecting Physical Health Problems Children & Familites Behavioral Health

Eileen Abel

Eileen Abel

Clinical Professor of Social Work Dept. of Adult Mental Health and Wellness | USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Dr. Abel is an expert in the areas of domestic violence/intimate partner violence, HIV/AIDS, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Hiv/Aids Practice Evaluation Social Work Education Intimate Partner Violence Domestic Violence

L. Todd Wood

L. Todd Wood

Editor-in-Chief | Creative Destruction Media/Tsarizm.com

Specialist in the National Security Threat from Economic Weakness and Sovereign Debt/The Russian Situation

National Debt Bond Market Russian Issues

Jan Nissly

Jan Nissly

Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work Dept. of Adult Mental Health and Wellness Virtual Academic Center | USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Jan Nissly's work is focused on disaster, stress and trauma, coping and workforce issues.

Employee Well-being Workforce Development Adult Mental Health Stress and Trauma Crisis Intervention

Dianne T. V. Pawluk, Ph.D.

Dianne T. V. Pawluk, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and ABET Coordinator, Department of Biomedical Engineering | VCU College of Engineering

Dr. Pawluk develops devices and algorithms for assistive technology for individuals who are blind and visually impaired

Devices and algorithms for assistive technology for individuals who are blind and visually impaired Accessing graphical information Navigation and orientation Mobility aids Rehabilitation technology

Theodore  Arapis, PhD

Theodore Arapis, PhD

Assistant Professor of Public Administration | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences | Villanova University

Theodore Arapis, Ph.D. focuses on financing, fiscal savings, fiscal transparency and the practice of budgeting at state level.

Public Administration Fiscal Transparency & Accountability School District Financing Budgeting Public Finance

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