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NameScience DisciplineExpertise Within DisciplineEmail
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Energy and Environment--topic as listed on speakers bureau site
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David BaumBotanyPlant evolution and developmental genetics; Conceptual issues in systematics and evolutionary biology; Origin of life.dbaum@wisc.edu
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Vicki BierEngineeringGame-Theoretic Methods in Counter-Terrorism & Security; Risk Assessment of Extreme Events; Women in Science, Math and Engineeringbier@engr.wisc.edu
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Dominique BrossardLife Science CommunicationScience and New Media; Public Opinion and Science; Public Attitudes and Climate Changedbrossard@wisc.edu
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Gary BrownFacilities Planning & ManagementCurrent Cap Improvment; Campus Master Plan; Stormwater Management; Historic Preservationgary.brown@wisc.edu
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Michael CorradiniEngineering Physics/Wis Energy InstEnergy: Sources & Uses, Sustainability, Nuclear Powercorradini@engr.wisc.edu
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Ankur DesaiEnvironmental StudiesEcology and climate; Northwoods changesdesai@aos.wisc.edu
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Tom EggertBusiness/Environmental StudiesIntersection of business, sustainability and peopletleggert@wisc.edu
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Cary ForestPhysicsPlasma Physics; Building Stars on Earth; Lab Dynamoscbforest@wisc.edu
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Tony GoldbergEnviron Studies/Med & Pub Health/Vet MedEpidemiology; Emerging Disease in Uganda, West Nile in Chicago, Fish Disease in Wistony.goldberg@wisc.edu
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Matthew LazzaraSpace Science & EngineeringAntarctic: Meteorology, Weather, Climate Changemattl@ssec.wisc.edu
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Sanjay LamayeSpace Science & EngineeringSpace exploration; solar system; Weather & climate on planets; Climate change/global warmingsanjayl@ssec.wisc.edu
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Jonathan MartinAtmospheric & Oceanic SciencesMid-latitude weather systems; one of the 'weather guys' on WPRjemarti1@wisc.edu
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David MickelsonGeoscienceGeology of Wis & Ice Age Trail; Great Lakes Shore Processesmickelson@geology.wisc.edu
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Gary RadloffEnvironmental StudiesPublic policy in sustainable Bioenergygradloff@energy.wisc.edu
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Paul RobbinsEnvironmental StudiesHuman interactions with nature and the politics of natural resource management; Mosquito State; Lawn Peopledirector@nelson.wisc.edu
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Kurt SladkyVet MedZoo & Wildlife Medicine/Diseases, Ecosystem Health, Analgesia of nondomestic animalskurt.sladky@wisc.edu
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Thomas SteeleKemp Natural Resources StationWis northwoods-changing landscapethomas.steele@wisc.edu
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Stanley TempleEnviron Studies/Forest & Wildlife EcologyAldo Leopold, Phenology, Climate Change, Conservationsatemple@wisc.edu
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Don WallerBotany/Environmental StudiesWisconsin’s Changing Forest Communities; Deer & Forest; Biodiversity lossdmwaller@wisc.edu
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Scott WoodyBiochemistryEvolution and the Nature of Scientific Inquiry: A layperson’s guideswoody@wisc.edu
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Engineering and Physics
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Vicki Bierabove
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Troy DasslerEducation/EngineeringEnglish Language Standards and Next Gen Science Standardstmdassler@wisc.edu
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Cary Forestabove
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Joshua HymanBiotechnology CenterHigh throughput DNA sequencing and impact of itjrhyman@wisc.edu
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Matthew Lazzaraabove
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Bilge MutluComputer Sci/Psychology/EngineeringDesigning social robotsbmutlu@wisc.edu
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Bela SandorEngineeringTutankhamun's chariots and the Exodussandor@engr.wisc.edu
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Health, Nutrition, and Biotechnology
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Araceli Alonso
Gender & Women's Studies/Med & Pub Health
women's health and rights; human traffickingaalonso@wisc.edu
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Melanie Buhr-LawlerCommunication Science & DisordersWorking with individuals of all ages who are deaf or hard of hearing; hearing technology, including sign language, hearing aids, and cochlear implants.melanie.buhr@wisc.edu
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Richard BurgessMedicine & Public HealthTranslating basic university research into a growing Wisconsin biotechnology business community and in educating the public about biotechnology and proteins.burgess@oncology.wisc.edu
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Kimberlee BurringtonDairy ResearchProvides technical support for U.S. dairy processors & end users on dairy ingredient functionality/applications, yogurt, & beverages; provides technical support for food companies internationally.burrington@cdr.wisc.edu
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Anne EglashFamily MedicineMedical director of the outpatient lactation program at Meriter Hospital, and the medical director of the UW Lactation Clinicanne.eglash@uwmf.wisc.edu
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Kevin EliceiriOptical & Computational InstrumentationResearch is on biophotonics, the use of light to investigate biological phenomena & bio-image informatics, the application of computational techniques to analyze & process bioimages.eliceiri@wisc.edu
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Donna FriedsamMedicine & Public HealthDirector of a health policy group; oversees the UW’s Evidence-Based Health Policy Project, along with research & analysis on health care financing, costs, quality and access to care; disparities in health care utilization & outcomes.dafriedsam@wisc.edu
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Mortono Ann GernsbacherPsychologyInvestigates the cognitive and neural mechanisms that underlie human communication; internet-based communication.magernsb@wisc.edu
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Simon GilroyBotanyHow plants take in information, such as the direction of light or the force of gravity, and use this to regulate their patterns of growth and development. Plants in Spacesgilroy@wisc.edu
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Tony Goldbergabove
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Caroline GomezHuman EcologyProvides education and training for people and organizations across the state about BadgerCare+ & the Affordable Care Act.cbgomez@wisc.edu
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Theodroe GoodfriendMedicine & Public HealthRegulation of Blood Pressure; How homelessness affects health; Pressures affecting discovery in biomedicine.Theodore.Goodfriend@va.gov
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Heidi Goodrich-BlairBacteriologyPrimary focus is on an agriculturally relevant model system of a bacterium, a small roundworm, and insects. Bacterial Friends & Foes.hgblair@bact.wisc.edu
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Edward HubbardEducational PsychologyExplores questions at the intersection of education and neuroscienceemhubbard@wisc.edu
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Joshua Hymanabove
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Ronald KalilNeuroscience/Public Policy ProgramNeuroscience: public policy & lawrekalil@wisc.edu
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Jordana Lenon
Primate Research/Stem Cell & Regen Med Ctr
From Monkeys to Medicine: Research and Animal Care at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Centerjlenon@primate.wisc.edu
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Patrick McBride
Medicine & Public Health/Preventive Cardiology
Prevention of heart disease and cholesterol, and speaks frequently on how to take care of your heartpem@medicine.wisc.edu
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Robert McGrathUniv Health Serv/Counseling PsychologyHealth psychology, positive psychology, authentic happiness, mind/body wellness, and stress management.rmcgrath@uhs.wisc.edu
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Ozioma OkonkwoMedicine & Public HealthAlterations in the brain and other biomolecules place some cognitively-normal individuals on a pernicious trajectory that culminates in probable Alzheimer’s diseaseozioma@medicine.wisc.edu
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Kavita PoddarMedicine & Public HealthNutrition and heart healthkpoddar@uwhealth.org
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Dietram ScheufeleLife Sciences CommunicationRole that social media and other emerging modes of communication play in our societyscheufele@wisc.edu
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Dhavan Shah
Journalism & Mass Communication/Engineering
Effects of information and communication technologies on social judgments, civic engagement, political participation and health managementdshah@wisc.edu
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Ahna SkopGeneticsHow cells divide asymmetrically is highly dependent on in vivo microscopy and large amounts of visual data, which dovetails perfectly with one of her other passions: artskop@wisc.edu
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Kurt Sladkkyabove
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Charles SnowdenPsychologyHuman relationships & mate choice; monogamy; cooperative child care; primates cognitive skillssnowdon@wisc.edu
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Sandra Splinter-BonDurantBiotechnology CenterAre your genes on or off?sandrasb@biotech.wisc.edu
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Catalina TomaCommunication ArtsPsychological impact of communication technologies on relational processes such as: impression management and impression formation, deception and trustctoma@wisc.edu
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Douglas B WeibelBiochemistry/Chemistry/Engineering
Biochemistry and biophysics of bacteria and other microbes
weibel@biochem.wisc.edu
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Thomas ZinnenBiotechnology CenterKey role is in welcoming Wisconsinites to come experience science at their public, land-grant research universityzinnen@biotech.wisc.edu
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Science & Agriculture
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Kimberlee Burringtonabove
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Steven DellerAg & Applied EconomicsModeling community and small regional economies in order to better understand the changing dynamics of the economyscdeller@wisc.edu
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Simon Gilroyabove
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John HawksAnthropologyInvestigating the genomes of ancient people including the Neanderthals.jhawks@wisc.edu
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James LattisAstronomyHistory of Astronomy at UW; Galileo; Space Astronomy; Night Skylattis@astro.wisc.edu
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Joliene LindholmEntomologyMolecular mechanisms of insect juvenile hormone and other basic physiology questions; Insect Ambassadorsjlindholm@entomology.wisc.edu
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Patrick McLaughlinGeoscienceWorks on the distribution and origin of Wisconsin natural resources such as crushed stone and ground waterpimclaughlin@wisc.edu
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Bas RokersPsychologyWhat Visual Illusions Can Tell Us About How the Brain Works; Visual Motion Perception in the Human Brainrokers@wisc.edu
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Ahna Skopabove
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Charles Snowdenabove
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Edgar SpaldingBotany
Physical and chemical aspects of life processes –physiology
spalding@wisc.edu
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Thomas Steeleabove
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Tim Van DeelenForest & Wildlife EcologyConservation, management, and ecology of large mammals in the Great Lakes region with a special emphasis on white-tailed deer and wolves trvandeelen@wisc.edu
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Don Wallerabove
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Douglas B Weibelabove
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Scott Woodyabove
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Thomas Zinnenabove
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