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Uhrich, Kathryn E.
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Uhrich, Kathryn E.
Dean of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

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Ph.D., Cornell University, 1992

Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, School of Arts and Sciences, New Brunswick; Rutgers

Areas of Interest: Creation of biodegradable polymers (e.g., PolyAspirin) for biomedical applications, organic and polymer synthesis of biologically relevant materials.



Vogel, Erin
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Vogel, Erin
Assistant Professor

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Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University, 2004

Department of Anthropology, School of Arts and Sciences, New Brunswick; Rutgers

Areas of Interest: In the Laboratory for Primate Dietary Ecology, we study how ecological variation influences the behavior (feeding and social), morphology, and physiology of non-human primates. We have three main goals: 1. Determine the selection pressures that have led to the variation in primate dietary traits and behavior 2. Bridge the fields of ecology, behavior, physiology, and morphology to better understand energy acquisition and use in non-human primates 3. Explore how primate behavior can inform us about human evolutionary hypotheses These goals are driving our field and laboratory research on diverse subjects in anthropology, ecology, and evolutionary biology. The guiding principle of our lab is that the species and methods used must be appropriate for the particular evolutionary question asked. Members of my lab use a diverse tool kit to answer their research questions including behavioral observations of primates in their natural habitats, quantifying the abundance and distribution of food resources, nutritional analyses of foods, quantifying material properties of foods, mathematical modeling, and collecting urine, fecal and blood samples for laboratory analyses to better understand the causes and consequences of selecting particular food items. All of these methods increase our understanding of how and why primates select their diets and how they cope with periods of food scarcity.



White, Eileen P.
White, Eileen P.
Professor II

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Phone: 732-235-5337

Ph.D., SUNY Stony Brook, 1983

School of Arts and Sciences, New Brunswick; Rutgers

Areas of Interest: Apoptosis and Programmed Cell Death.



White, Helene Raskin
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White, Helene Raskin
Professor

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Phone: 732-445-2190

Ph.D., Rutgers University, 1976

Center of Alcohol Studies, Centers, Institutes, Other; Department of Sociology, School of Arts and Sciences, New Brunswick; Rutgers

Areas of Interest: Substance Use, Crime, Violence, and Mental Health Problems.



Withjack, Martha Oliver
Withjack, Martha Oliver
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Phone: 732-445-6974

Ph.D., Brown University

Department of Geological Science, School of Arts and Sciences, New Brunswick; Rutgers

Areas of Interest: Extensional Tectonics, Rift-basin and Passive-margin Development, Experimental Modeling of Geologic Structures, Seismic Interpretation, and Petroleum Geology.



Wright, Rebecca N.
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Wright, Rebecca N.
Associate Professor; Deputy Director, DIMACS

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Phone: 732-445-5931

Ph.D., Yale University, 1994

Department of Computer Science, School of Arts and Sciences, New Brunswick; New Brunswick; Rutgers

Areas of Interest: Computer and Communications Security (particularly in the areas of Privacy, Cryptographic Protocols, and Fault-tolerant Distributed Computing), Designing Protocols, Systems, and Services (especially those that perform their specified computational or communication functions even if some of the participants or underlying components behave maliciously).



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