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Professor of physical and analytical chemistry at San Diego State University. Research on the molecular structure and dynamics of complex biological and technologically relevant materials. Interested in scientific problems that lie at the interface of chemistry, biology and materials science including biologically inspired materials and molecules and nanomaterials functionalized with biomolecules. Primarily focused on developing and applying nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) methods to probe the systems of interest. A continuing theme is linking the role of molecular structure and dynamical features to material properties and biological function.
Mark Hager is associate professor at Arizona State University, where he directs the graduate program in nonprofit leadership and management. He is editor-in-chief of Nonprofit Management & Leadership, and is updating a textbook (with Martha Golensky) titled Strategic Leadership and Management in Nonprofit Organizations. He has a hard time keeping all those names straight.
I am an evolutionary and computational biologist, broadly interested in questions of genome evolution, mutation rate variation, and the genetic consequences of population history. I use high performance computing, statistics, simulations, and comparative genomics to study questions relating to sex-biased mutational processes including, how sex chromosomes arise and evolve, why mutation rates differ between males and females, and how expression patterns vary between the sexes. I work with collaborators to develop models and analyze experimental data to understand the effects of natural selection, convergent evolution, tumor progression and maternal-fetal conflict.
Juliet Hart Barnett is an associate professor in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Her research focuses on effective instruction for students with autism spectrum disorder, quality teacher preparation, and translation of research findings into classroom practice. Her research activities are primarily single-subject design studies where students serve as their own controls in actual classrooms to maximize impact on local students and teachers.
Professor Hart Barnett shares her expertise with pre-service teachers and serves as the faculty advisor for Barrett, The Honors College at ASU. She has published more than 80 peer-reviewed articles, books, book chapters, book reviews, scholarly newsletters, and proceedings in special education, has presented to more than 100 national/international audiences, and is co-author of "Friendship 101: Helping Students Build Social Competence," a book on evidence-based practices in autism.
Professor Hart Barnett also serves as associate editor of the Council for Exceptional Children's Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities Online Journal. An intentional and frequent collaborator in scholarly writing with her students, she is the recipient of the 2017 Teachers College Award for Excellence in Integration of Scholarship and Teaching.
Professor of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics at Arizona State University. Director of the Magnetic Resonance Research Center at ASU. Research in the field of amorphous materials, glasses, polyamorphism, biopolymers with an emphasis on spider silks and techniques to understand molecular level structure and dynamics, e.g, NMR, XRD, Neutron, Brillouin and vibrational spectroscopies.