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Dale Rucker is the Chief Technical Officer for hydroGEOPHYSICS, Inc (HGI) and holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering, MS in Civil Engineering, and a Doctorate in Hydrology and Water Resources from the University of Arizona. As CTO, Dale is responsible for the technical direction of the company, including the development of new hardware, software tools, and interpretation of geophysical methods aimed at solving hydrological, mining, and other engineering problems. Dale’s main areas of research focus on rapid monitoring of dynamic subsurface processes, such as subsurface injections, focused recharge, and remediation. To help with this effort, he guided the development of a large multi-channel resistivity system with a real-time evaluation component to help optimize reagent delivery for enhanced recovery of copper and gold.
Blood Systems Research Institute is dedicated to advancing blood safety worldwide through scientific research, education, and the promotion of evidence-based policies.
Dr. Bruhn is Staff Scientist and co-Director of the Epidemiology Core at Blood Systems Research Institute in San Francisco, California, USA. Her research interests include blood donor/donation screening and risk of transfusion-transmitted infectious disease as well as the long-term health effects of donating blood. She also serves as a member of the institutional review boards at the University of California, San Francisco and A.T. Still University in Chandler, Arizona, USA. Prior to joining BSRI, Dr. Bruhn was with the pharmaceutical clinical trials industry and The University of Arizona. She holds a Ph.D. in Epidemiology, a M.S. in Microbiology and a B.S. in Environmental Science.
I am a sociologist with wide ranging interests in gender, organizations, health, law, and reproduction. My 2006 book, Selling Women Short: Gender and Money on Wall Street, examined gender inequality in finance. I have subsequently analyzed gender inequality among physicians, and am engaged in a large study of the effects of the medical malpractice environment on obstetric practices. With an interdisciplinary and inter-university team, I also conducted a survey of doulas, childbirth educators, and labor & delivery nurses in the United States and Canada (the Maternity Support Survey).