Tomas O. Hook Why Purdue? I have a background
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Aryn M. Dotterer vary over space and time. Nebraska-Lincoln
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and global scales. biological chemistry, and bioinorganic it very attractive.
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change research. Sense of community. enzymology;
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Consumer and Family Univ. of North Carolina
Sciences Teaching area: Child and adolescent Education
development, families in
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Assistant professor development in the context of Curriculum and Instruction
Hospitality and Tourism family relationships See listing under Science
Management Research interests: I am particularly
firstname.lastname@example.org interested in gender, race/ Jill A. Newton
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Previously at: Corporate and academic achievement, Degree: 2008, Michigan State Univ.
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and hospitality practices; families play in parenting and Teaching area: I am interested in
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marketing. Why Purdue? I am thrilled to be at and learning.
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development. children and families through curriculum policy, secondary
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research and real-world Li Miao education.
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from corporate to academia Hospitality and Tourism strong reputation in mathematics
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and contribute to its continued Degree: Ph.D., 2008, Penn State
Teaching area: Hotel operations Engineering
Aryn M. Dotterer Research interests: Consumer behavior
Assistant professor associated with service Kartik B. Ariyur
Child Development and Family consumptions Assistant professor
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Previously at: Postdoctoral fellow, and research excellence. Minneapolis
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adaptive), measurements, Why Purdue? I chose Purdue datasets.
signal processing, dynamics, because of the vast opportunities Why Purdue? Purdue has an excellent
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sensor networks, cellular Assistant professor
telephony, inertial navigation, School of Mechanical Engineering Sivanandan S. Harilal
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of open communication, experimental fluid mechanics of Science and Technology)
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connections to industry. A and application of experimental Laboratory
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major cities will help the students and applied flow research plasma physics, plasma diagnostics,
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social studies of electrical engineering, with the bright and talented Professor
computer engineering, students Purdue attracts! Electrical and Computer
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source software and hardware; Aeronautics and Astronautics Univ.
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biomolecular approaches. thermal analyses, building
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Mihailo Stojnic Research interests: Energy efficiency Industrial Engineering
Assistant professor in buildings, solar energy, firstname.lastname@example.org
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email@example.com photovoltaics, windows and of Technology
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Previously at: Caltech gas emissions Technology
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applications. Particularly: area. and decision science)
convex optimization, semidefinite technologies to the health care
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impressive and my belief is that advanced courses in
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research and teaching work. research; in particular, combinatorial Daniel P. Aldrich
optimization, mathematical Assistant professor
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(Montreal, Canada) make it a great environment Japanese politics
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architectural research. politics, disaster recovery
engineering, energy Why Purdue? Purdue offers a first-class,
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faculty and students along with with visual artists, poets, use of metals in Alaska, the
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Adam E. Barry technology and dance. My both before and after the
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cognitive development. theory.
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Assistant professor explores motor and cognitive nationally recognized program
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of Visual and Performing Arts Current projects investigate studies. Moreover, the faculty
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interdisciplinary performance. Previously at: Univ. of Calgary Degree: Ph.D., 2007, Indiana Univ.
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the applications of Alexander hunter-gatherers, archaeology, Teaching area: History of music in
Technique and Developmental archaeometry the Western European “classical”
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and dance making. focuses on the technology of Ages through the present day.
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projects include collaborations North America, especially the Italian madrigal, dialogue,
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humor in music psychophysics, amplification,
Why Purdue? I have the opportunity and cochlear implants. Sean C. Newcomer
to pursue my research Research interests: Enhancing Assistant professor
in Renaissance music and the speech perception of cochlear Health and Kinesiology
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brightest students in the world. their recognition of suprasegmental State Univ.
speech information, Previously at: Univ. of Missouri
Seungyoon Lee such as lexical tones and vocal Teaching area: Exercise physiology,
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firstname.lastname@example.org strong, multidisciplinary research underlying the heterogeneous
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Southern California of the department. throughout the peripheral
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ecology, knowledge State Univ. Assistant professor
sharing, network dynamics, Previously at: Austin College, Texas English
information and communication Teaching area: Chaucer, Gower, firstname.lastname@example.org
technologies and social Hoccleve, Lydgate, medieval devotional Degree: 2006, UCLA
development literature and culture, Previously at: California State
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university, opportunities for Research interests: Published on Teaching area: Please see research
interdisciplinary/international Chaucer and on later medieval category below.
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research includes a monograph and teaching interests include
Xin Luo about literary depictions of gender and American Transcendentalism;
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Speech, Language, and Hearing on Lollardy and books of print culture; history of the
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Previously at: House Ear Institute of English combines writing; and the American
Teaching area: Speech processing, these (crucial) qualities novel.
speech perception, auditory effortlessly! Why Purdue? I admire the way
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that Purdue combines the goals Sciences
of liberal arts college with the firstname.lastname@example.org Shannon M. Van Hyfte
resources and responsibilities Degree: Ph.D., 2001, Univ. of Clinical assistant professor
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bodies. Teaching area: Preschool stuttering, Degree: Au.D. (Clinical Doctorate
early intervention (birth to 3), of Audiology), 2003, Ball State
Matthias Steup speech and language development Univ.
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knowledge and reasonable Clinical assistant professor and opportunity to stay current
belief, refuting skepticism, Speech, Language, and Hearing in my field.
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theories of justification, Degree: M.S., 1997, Univ. of North Assistant professor
the question of whether belief Carolina at Chapel Hill Art and Design
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doctoral program, a flourishing is autism spectrum disorders, Previously at: Purdue
major, and an outstanding including preparing students Teaching area: Mastering materials,
faculty of devoted scholars and clinically for working with children understanding and transcending
teachers. Being the head of diagnosed with ASD. their physical properties is a
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and rewarding challenge Purdue was an excellent opportunity I aim to develop creative thinkers
for me. for me to grow and no matter what their major.
develop as a professional, work Research interests: Ceramics is my
Anu Subramanian with students, and join a well known discipline, not just my medium.
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Speech, Language, and Hearing university. any form of sculpture, video
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work and new media. I am interested development activities,
in using such a humble Management including international joint
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poetics of ambiguity. email@example.com tradition over the years and for
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reputation as a research Riverside My wife and I met at Purdue
institution enables me, as a faculty Previously at: Temple Univ. (2007- 15 years ago and are excited to
member, to keep one foot 2008), Univ. of Texas at San come back to the university and
strongly rooted in the exploration Antonio (2004-2007) area.
of my field while providing Teaching area: Econometrics, time
the opportunity to share my experience series. Sangwoo Shin
with the next generation Research interests: Econometric Assistant professor of management
of creative thinkers. theory, finite sample econometrics, Krannert School of Management
time series, empirical firstname.lastname@example.org
Libraries finance. Degree: Ph.D., 2008, Univ. of
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Elizabeth M. Wilkinson good research environment, Previously at:
Processing and public services and a nice town for the family. Teaching area: Marketing management,
archivist / visiting assistant marketing research,
professor of library science Jeffrey J. Reuer database marketing and pricing
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to primary sources and corporate strategy, as well Professor
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in Archives and Special Collections, alliances. Degree: 1999, Univ. of Chicago
as well as the prospect of Research interests: I am interested Previously at: Univ. of California,
working collaboratively with in organizational governance Irvine; Iowa State Univ.
the Libraries faculty and staff. and how firms design and Teaching area: Econometrics,
manage their external corporate Bayesian econometrics
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Research interests: Bayesian Degree: Ph.D., 2003, Univ. of great environment for research.
econometrics, Glasgow, Scotland
simulation-based Previously at: Univ. of Chicago, Fabrice Baudoin
inference. postdoctoral fellow Associate professor
Why Purdue? Department and Teaching area: Organic, biomolecular Mathematics
university quality and bioanalytical chemistry. firstname.lastname@example.org
I especially enjoy working with Degree: Ph.D., 2002, Univ. Paris 7
Pharmacy, Nursing non-chemistry majors. Teaching area: I like teaching mathematics
and Health Sciences Research interests: Creating and to students.
using chemical tools to better Research interests: I do research
Azza H. Ahmed understand and reveal patterns in mathematics and more precisely
Assistant professor in biological signaling, particularly in probability theory.
Nursing in cancer. Why Purdue? Purdue is a great
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growth and development, science forward! Statistics
pediatric nursing clinical and firstname.lastname@example.org
theoretical for graduate and Science Degree: 2006, Univ. of Wisconsin
undergraduate students. Also Previously at: Visiting assistant
interested in teaching sociocultural Saugata Basu professor at Duke, postdoctoral
classes. Professor fellow at Statistical and Applied
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education on breastfeeding Science Teaching area: Statistical inference
practices and premature email@example.com and data analysis, mathematical
infants’ health. Factors that Degree: 1996, Courant Institute of statistics, asymptotic statistics,
affect mothers’ breastfeeding Mathematical Sciences, New empirical processes and semiparametric
self-efficacy. York Univ. inference
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for teaching, learning, Technology statistics, empirical processes,
and research. Teaching area: Real algebraic geometry, semiparametric inference,
algebra, computational model selection
Laurie L. Parker algebra and geometry. Why Purdue? The department at
Assistant professor Research interests: Real algebraic Purdue is recognized as one of
Medicinal Chemistry and geometry, discrete and computational the top statistics programs in
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perfectly matches this program. email@example.com Teaching area: Machine learning,
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Jeffrey S. Dukes State Univ. and algorithms
Biological Sciences Previously at: Univ. of Michigan Research interests: Machine learning,
See listing under Agriculture Teaching area: I would enjoy teaching data mining, algorithmics,
lower-division courses exponential families, graphical
Rachael H. Kenney on engineering mathematics, models, optimization.
Assistant professor linear algebra, calculus, differential Why Purdue? Strong focus on
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2008, North Carolina at both the graduate data analysis.
State Univ. and undergraduate level.
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Charles E. Killian is applied and computational Assistant professor
Assistant professor mathematics with an emphasis Physics
Computer Science on modeling, analysis, and email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org computation for direct and Degree: Ph.D., 2003, Free Univ.
Degree: Ph.D., 2008, Univ. of California, inverse scattering problems in Berlin
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Teaching area: Teaching students to of inverse problems in partial Teaching area: In my biophysics
reason critically and evaluate differential equations. I am also course, students will be introduced
research, using fundamentals of interested in the development to physical descriptions
computer science and math. of fast treecode algorithms of a wide range of phenomena,
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and implementation of useful, interactions including simulations mechanisms to the function of
dependable, high-performance, of molecular dynamics the human brain.
large-scale distributed computer and moleculesolvent Research interests: My research
systems. interactions. interests are in biophysics and
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location. Assistant professor study biological and catalytic
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spectroscopy to study involvement Previously at: Harvard Univ. interest is within the architectural
of the heavier metals in Teaching area: Help students field. My current specific
the development of neurodegenerative develop their potential to (1) research is with BIM (building
diseases. understand chemistry (and love information modeling), discovering
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university with variety of modern thinkers. manage building data through
research facilities and high Research interests: Advance the complex software.
quality of graduate students. frontiers of theoretical chemistry
by: (1) Developing new Jay B. Hedden
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Assistant professor the attosecond behavior of Aviation Technology
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email@example.com (2) Extending the range of Degree: B.S., 1997, Purdue Univ.
Degree: 2005, Univ. of Southern applicability of density functional Previously at: United Airlines
California methods to the realm of Teaching area: Help develop new
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computational quantum I sensed during my visits education modules to promote
chemistry, quantum chemistry; to the Chemistry Department. I quality education off campus as
undergraduate courses: think Purdue provides everything well as on campus.
physical chemistry and general that is needed to develop Research interests: To utilize the
chemistry a successful research program wealth of knowledge here at
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interest is to develop and alternate fuel(s) and fuel
subsequently apply robust Technology systems for modern jet engines
computational tools that will to reduce our dependence on
facilitate accurate and revealing Sarah J. George foreign oil
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department with good facilities Miami Univ. United States, and I’m proud to
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Degree: Ph.D., 1994, Texas A&M university that seeks to remain management.
Previously at: Purdue Univ. competitive in a global society. Research interests: Aviation policy,
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construction including safety, Eric P. Kukula model, and airline
labor relations, and mechanical Visiting assistant professor and safety rating.
systems. senior biometric researcher Why Purdue? This is a great
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including safety and education, email@example.com with international reputation.
recruitment and retention, Degree: Ph.D., 2008, Purdue Univ. Boilermakers rock!
and technical issues related to Previously at: Purdue Univ.
mechanical systems and energy Teaching area: Biometric technology, Brandeis H. Marshall
usage. automatic identification and Assistant professor
Why Purdue? As a Purdue alumnus, data capture (aidc), industrial Computer and Information
I’m proud to be here technology and distribution Technology
teaching. Purdue is a great Research interests: Biometrics, specifically firstname.lastname@example.org
university with a well-respected the human-biometric Degree: 2007, Rensselaer Polytechnic
program in construction. sensor interaction, or HBSI, Institute
which involves how humans, Previously at: Purdue Univ., Cyber
Todd R. Kelley sensors, and environmental Center
Assistant professor conditions impact the design Teaching area: Database management
Industrial Technology and underlying performance of systems
email@example.com biometric devices and systems. Research interests: Knowledge
Degree: 2008, Univ. of Georgia Why Purdue? The opportunities management, information/image
Previously at: Ball State Univ. here are endless due to the retrieval and algorithms
Teaching area: Pre-engineering, students, research facilities, and Why Purdue? I chose Purdue for
design, K-12 STEM education, the reputation that Purdue has two reasons: talented fellow
technology education due to the great faculty and colleagues with a collaborative
Research interests: Cognition in alumni. mindset and expectation
design and problem solving. caliber of students.
Design as a method of teaching Chien-tsung Lu
and learning. STEM education Associate professor Eric T. Matson
and the global economy. Aviation Technology Assistant professor
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season, I had five interviews Degree: Ph.D., 2003, Univ. of Technology
and I had five job offers. I Nebraska email@example.com
selected Purdue because it Previously at: Univ. of Central Degree: Ph.D., 2008, Univ. of
appeared to be an atmosphere Missouri Cincinnati
that fosters cross collaboration Teaching area: Aviation law, aviation Previously at: Wright State Univ.
from various disciplines. safety, air transportation, Teaching area: Software development,
This is critical for a research systems safety and risk intelligent systems, applied
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artificial intelligence me choose Purdue. Teaching area: Disaster restoration
Research interests: My area of research and reconstruction management,
encompasses multiagent John H. Mott especially; construction
systems, sensor networks and Continuing lecturer management, generally.
software engineering and the Aviation Technology Research interests: I’d like to develop
applications of these areas. firstname.lastname@example.org cross-discipline initiatives
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land-grant university with Alabama construction industry how to
unlimited opportunity for Previously at: Purdue Univ. (visiting react to large natural or manmade
research collaboration across assistant professor of aviation disasters. This would
many disciplines, outreach technology) include security concerns. I
and service to the public and Teaching area: Aviation management believe the COT is moving
teaching. and operations courses along these research lines to
from introductory to graduate some extent.
Shimon K. Modi levels. Why Purdue? An opportunity to
Director of Research, Biometric Research interests: Aviation safety, grow, to take on additional
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Assurance Laboratory / postdoctoral National Airspace System, and small, university cannot offer.
research associate application of developing technologies
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Purdue Univ. in the field of aviation Management
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Teaching area: Biometrics, information the people in all areas of the Degree: Ph.D., 2007, Purdue Univ.
security, applied program are the reason. Previously at: Purdue Univ.
research Teaching area: Management of
Research interests: Application Randy R. Rapp demolition and reconstruction
of biometric technologies, Associate professor activity, emerging communication
statistical analysis of biometric Building Construction technologies for education,
systems, information security, Management learning styles.
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transfer research to industry. of Cost Engrg. Intl.; communication technologies
The biometrics lab at Purdue is Halliburton-KBR; Milwaukee for education and construction
widely respected, and the opportunity School of Engineering; Southern practice. Why Purdue? Superior Building
to be associated with Illinois Univ. Edwardsville; Construction Management
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patients with similar diseases.
Jeffrey C. Sprankle Response of normal tissues
Clinical assistant professor to radiation therapy. Tumor
Computer and Information physiology and imaging.
Technology Why Purdue? The opportunity to
firstname.lastname@example.org be involved in the cutting-edge
Degree: Master’s, 2001, Purdue cancer discovery programs on
Univ. campus, as well as the top-flight
Previously at: Purdue Univ. teaching and clinical programs.
Teaching area: Networking and
routing technologies, computing Tracy H. Vemulapalli
technology, network Clinical assistant professor /
management and security director, BSL3 Laboratory
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in cable modem security, email@example.com
networking, advanced routing Degree: 1998, VA-MD Regional
and network security. College of Veterinary Medicine
Why Purdue? Two degrees from Previously at: Purdue Univ.
Purdue, a love of the campus, a (residency, laboratory animal
love of the College of Technology medicine)
and family across the river. Teaching area: Veterinary microbiology,
Veterinary Medicine animal medicine
Research interests: Infectious
Jean M. Poulson disease and zoonoses (e.g., leptospirosis,
Radiation oncologist / associate brucellosis); animal
professor models of disease
Veterinary Clinical Sciences Why Purdue? High level of scholarship
firstname.lastname@example.org and outreach in a family friendly
Degree: D.V.M., 1992,; Ph.D., 2001, environment.
Colorado State Univ.
Previously at: Duke Univ., Tufts
Teaching area: Radiobiology and
radiation oncology, communication,
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oncology studies in pets with
spontaneous tumors to benefit
both the pets and human
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