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Research Mentors

Advisor E-mail Address Office Phone Research Area
Dr. Pete Haddix Goodwyn Hall 311B 244-3333 Cell growth, energy and pigment production in the bacterium Serratia marcescens
Dr. Rosine Hall Goodwyn Hall 016 244-3739 Forest ecology and plant demographics
Dr. Tim Kroft Goodwyn Hall 310P 244-3331 Genetics of fertilization using the nematode C. elegans as a model
Dr. Chelsea Ward Goodwyn Hall 310E 244-3317 Toad immunology as it relates to environmental stressors
Dr. Steve Arnold Goodwyn Hall 310J 244-3328 Ultraviolet-visible absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy
Dr. Greg Ciesielski Goodwyn Hall 309O
244-3336 Mitochondrial DNA maintenance
Dr. John Hutchison Goodwyn Hall 309M 244-3522 Synthesis of natural product derivatives for the discovery of new biologically active compounds
Dr. Daniel Kim Goodwyn Hall 310H 244-3329 Application of ultrasound in chemical systems
Dr. Randy Russell Goodwyn Hall 310D 244-3323 Boundary layer meteorology
Dr. Emma Si
Goodwyn Hall 309N
Use various analytical instruments to understand the interaction between environmental pollutants and organic compounds.
Dr. Nick Thomas Goodwyn Hall 310I 244-3327 Synthesis of organometallic complexes of Ruthenium
Mathematics and Computer Science  
Dr. Tianran Chen Goodwyn Hall 310A N/A Numerical algebraic geometry with applications in physics and engineering
Dr. Yue Chen Goodwyn Hall 310S 244-3261 Homogenization Theory of Partial Differential Equations, Multiscale Analysis, Stability Analysis of Crystal Growth
Dr. Luis Alberto Cueva-Parra Goodwyn Hall 310B 244-3321 a) Multi-scale multi-physics modeling and simulation of physical and chemical phenomena. b) High Performance Computing
Dr. Jerome Goddard II Goodwyn Hall 213B 244-3023 Population modeling using differential equations
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