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Andrew Kane

Published: Apr 1st, 2010

Dr. Kane’s current research interests focus on aquatic pathology and toxicology, environmental health, low-level stress outcomes in aquatic organisms, behavioral toxicology, infectious diseases including non-tuberculous mycobacteria, water quality, environmental change, […]

Afsar Ali

Published: Mar 31st, 2010

Dr. Ali’s research interests include epidemiology and ecology of vibrio cholerae in Bangladesh, emergence of vibrio vulnificus in aquaculture reservoirs, and the genetic and physiologic analyses of rugose variant of […]

R. Paul Duncan

Published: Mar 31st, 2010

Dr. Duncan’s primary research interest is to better understand the processes in which health care utilization occurs or fails to occur. The research includes studies that examine the role of […]

Dawn Bowers

Published: Mar 31st, 2010

Dr. Bowers research interests include neuropsychology of emotion, basal ganglia and limbic functions in emotion, TMS, psychophysiology, laterality, forensic neuropsychology Full CV

Russell Bauer

Published: Mar 31st, 2010

Dr. Bauer’s research interests include adult neuropsychology, aging and dementia, memory disorders, and epilepsy.

Mary Ellen Young

Published: Mar 31st, 2010

Dr. Young’s research interests can be broadly defined as the study of the psychosocial aspects of catastrophic illness or injury. Her past research centered on the brain and spinal cord […]

Jamie Pomeranz

Published: Mar 31st, 2010

Dr. Pomeranz’s research interests focus on personal care assistance requirements for individuals with spinal cord injury, life care planning for individuals with catastrophic injuries, and impact of disability.

Michael Moorhouse

Published: Mar 31st, 2010

Dr. Moorhouse’s primary research can be categorized across two general areas: 1) using Rasch analysis to validate rehabilitation and health behavior measures, and 2) investigating substance abuse behaviors in special […]

A. Daniel Martin

Published: Apr 28th, 0201

Dr. Martin’s research efforts focus primarily on the development and implementation of respiratory muscle rehabilitation programs for lung transplant and ventilator dependent patients. The respiratory muscles are of interest because […]

Donovan Lott

Published: Apr 28th, 0201

Donovan’s main research interest is exploring the potential of exercise and rehabilitation programs to enhance skeletal muscle and motor function in patients with neuromuscular disease. This current focus involves examining […]