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Sounak Chakraborty

Sounak Chakraborty is an Associate Professor at Department of Statistics, University of Missouri. His general research interest involves statistical methods for data mining, machine learning, survival analysis, Bayesian methodology, and their applications in bioinformatics, finance, medical and healthcare data. His developed models and tools are successfully applied to several types of cancer data for detecting

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Dale Fitch

Dr. Fitch uses both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies addressing topics that include management of information systems in human service organizations, systems theory, and decision-making. He employs systemic intervention methodologies including critical system heuristics, soft systems, and system dynamics modeling. His research seeks to understand how the components of data, information, and knowledge are involved

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Elizabeth King

My research is focused on understanding the genetic basis and evolution of organismal allocation patterns. The core life processes for every organism, such as surviving in the environment, finding food and mates, and reproducing, require the organism to allocate some of its limited resources to these functions. Different selective pressures have produced the diversity of

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Blake Meyers

Blake Meyers is a Member & Principal Investigator at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, and he is a Professor in the Division of Plant Sciences at the University of Missouri – Columbia. He formerly held the Edward F. and Elizabeth Goodman Rosenberg professorship in the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences

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Guilherme DeSouza

Guilherme DeSouza is an associate professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, an adjunct associate professor in the Computer Science Department and a joint courtesy associate professor with the Sinclair School of Nursing, all at the University of Missouri. Winner of Purdue’s Honeywell Teaching Award, the Purdue’s Maria Canto Neuberger Research Award and the

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Jeannette Jackson-Thompson

I have the expertise, training, experience and motivation needed for the proposed project. My training is in anthropological linguistics, public health and medical anthropology, with specific training and expertise in survey research/surveillance, questionnaire design and epidemiology. I have a broad background in chronic disease prevention and control and a significant record of accomplishment in program

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Christine Elsik

Christine Elsik’s research expertise is in computational biology and bioinformatics, and she works specifically in genome sequencing and annotation. She has worked extensively with genomes of cattle and a number of insect species. Chris will have a joint appointment between Animal and Plant Sciences and will be located in the Animal Science Research Center. She

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Jeffrey Bryan

Dr. Bryan’s research focuses on comparative examination of cancers in companion animals to better understand cancers in all species. Bryan is an associate professor of veterinary oncology and director of the Comparative Oncology and Epigenetics Laboratory. His particular areas of interest are targeted imaging and therapy and epigenetics of cancer. Targeted imaging and therapy agents

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Hong He

Issues of biodiversity, conservation, and ecosystem management increasingly need to be addressed at large spatial and temporal scales. Our research in landscape ecology puts ecological questions in such large spatial and temporal contexts. Our research in geographic information sciences explores new technical advances to help process and analyze large spatial data. We endeavor to advance

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