Boyle has been involved in numerous large-scale population studies and evaluation projects, including: At the present time, his research is focusing on socioeconomic factors associated with child health in developing countries. As a member of the Health Research Methods program at McMaster, he teaches principles of health status measurement, observational research methods and approaches to secondary data analyses of child development data.
After his postdoctoral research at University of Stuttgart — and at University of Southern California —he worked at the Institute of Chemical Technology, University of Stuttgart until The research in his laboratory focuses on homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, organic porous materials, and solid-state NMR spectroscopy.
He obtained his Bachelor and Master degree from Wuhan University in His research interests are mainly focused on controllable synthesis, property manipulation and practical application of inorganic nanomaterials. He developed the general and fundamental methods for preparation of inorganic nanoparticle assemblies with different dimensions, structures and functionalities, and explored their applications in the field of energy and environment.
In the past several years, he has published more than peer-reviewed papers, and among those 90 papers have been published in the journals of the impact factor higher than 8. For instance, as the first author he published two 2 papers in Science and one 1 paper in Nature Materials; while as the corresponding author he has already published one 1 paper in Nature, one 1 paper in Nature Nanotechnology, two 2 paper in Nature Communications, 1 paper in Chemical Society Reviews, ect.
Over publications, over His current research interests cover the synthesis and physical properties of functional nanostructures, with an emphasis on porous materials for targeted drug delivery and nanostructured materials for solar energy conversion.
Her current scientific interests include the synthesis of quantum materials, customized and adaptive macromolecules for precision sensing and therapy as well as polymeric catalysts and hybrid membranes that outperform existing materials. Development of these materials will involve the synthesis and characterization of the porous e.
Specifically, three main directions related to 1 morphology control of the active layer of a bulk heterojunction solar cell, 2 light harvesting and energy transfer in well-defined self-assemblies, and 3 design of artificial scaffolds mimicking protein behavior will be developed.
Increase of efficiency in the currently used bulk heterojunction solar cells, the realistic candidates for an efficient photo-energy conversion, can be achieved through the precise control of the active layer morphology at the nanoscale level. The ultimate goal of the research in my group is to design new materials that can be used as active layer components, which will lead to efficiency enhancement of solar cells.
She joined Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd now Globalfoundries in research and technology development department from She was promoted to tenured Associate Professor in In Septshe was promoted to Full Professor.
She has authored and co-authored many publications in the field of nanomaterials for energy and electronics applications.
She is interested in synthesizing innovative nanomaterials, and harnessing its multi-functionality through understanding the structural-property characteristics. She has developed high energy capacitors, energy saving electrochromic coatings, novel transparent conductors, flexible and stretchable devices.
She is keen in advancing the frontier of green nanotechnology and to translate research outcomes into real solutions. He received a B. Inhe joined the faculty of the University of Utah where his research group has focused on the development of new synthetic methodology with an underlying interest in reaction mechanism.
His research program explores the broad areas of oxidation catalysis, asymmetric catalysis, and the relationship between structure and function in complex reactions.Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, PhD, MPH, RD is the Principal Investigator for Project EAT and also a Professor and Division Head in the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health.
With the help of her colleagues who are working on this study, she wrote the grant proposals for all components of the study, and has been involved in focus groups implementation, survey development, overall study.
SONJA LYUBOMIRSKY ***not taking PhD students for Fall *** Professor and Vice Chair, University of California, Riverside. Ph.D. Stanford University, Glossary. Group A vertical column in the periodic table.
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The Go Direct pH transmits live readings and captures data in real-time. Dr. Evdokia Anagnostou. Dr. Evdokia Anagnostou is a child Neurologist and clinician scientist at Bloorview Research Institute. Dr. Anagnostou's research focuses on the psychopharmacology and neuroimaging of autism.
Dr. Anagnostou is principlal or co-investigator on multiple clinical trials in autism and has had extensive funding in both pharmacology and neuroimaging.
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