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|Gonzalez-Lima, F||Pharmacology and Toxicology; College of Pharmacy; Psychology||Neuroscience, neuroanatomy, neurobiology, physiological psychology, psychobiology, learning and memory, brain mechanisms of behavior, neuroprotection, neurodegeneration, dementia, Alzheimer's …|
|High, Timothy||Art and Art History||printmaking; serigraphy; his work concentrates on the foibles of human nature as manifested in the individual and throughout society as a whole|
|Jiang, Yuexin||School of Biological Sciences||Evolutionary Ecology|
|Leal, David||Government; Center for Mexican American Studies||Dr. Leal's primary academic interest is Latino politics. His goal is to understand how Latino individuals and communities shape – and are shaped by – politics in the United States. …|
|Marrett, Randall||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Structural geology; deformation processes in the upper continental crust where folds, faults, and opening-mode fractures are the most important products; quantitative field observations and analysis, …|
|Martindale, Rowan||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Dr. Martindale's research is primarily focused on reef paleoecology and the geobiology of mass extinctions and carbon cycle perturbation events (e.g. ocean acidification in deep time). Research …|
|McCusker, John||History||The history of the economy of the Atlantic World during the 17th and 18th centuries, particularly the sugar industry (sugar, molasses, and rum production, processing, refining, financing, and sale). …|
|Millan, Maria Isabel||Center for Mexican American Studies||Queer bilingual children’s cultural productions across the Americas, with an emphasis on Canada, the U.S., and México|
|Moore, Lisa||Comparative Literature; English; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Eighteenth century and Romantic literatures; Early American literature; Anglo-American women's literature; feminist and queer theory and the history of sexuality; poetry and poetics.|
|Roy, Loriene||Curriculum and Instruction; School of Information; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Reading promotion for indigenous communities, library development in indigneous communities, diversity and higher education, IT and indigenous communities Dr. Roy's research interests center on …|