associate dean for undergraduate and graduate programs, professor of metallurgical engineering 205/348-2080 (o) firstname.lastname@example.org
Archive for the ‘Health & Science’ Expertise
associate professor of geological sciences 205/348-5177 email@example.com
associate professor of psychology firstname.lastname@example.org 205/348-8648 Psychology, cognitive aging, how memory and cognitive processes change with age, aging/elderly
associate professor of anthropology 205/348-4074 (o) email@example.com
Professor and the Gerald Leon Wallace Chair in Family Medicine 205/348-1372 (o) firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Blum is one of the nation’s foremost authorities on tobacco and its effects on society. A renowned family medicine educator, practitioner and innovator, Blum founded, in 1977, DOC (Doctors Ought to Care), a national non-profit organization assisting in school health education and in community […]
professor of anthropology 205/348-9758 (o), 205/633-3951(h) email@example.com
professor of biological sciences 205/348-9926 (o) 205/330-0869 (h) firstname.lastname@example.org
associate professor of biological sciences 205/348-4021 email@example.com
assistant professor of music therapy 205/348-7804 firstname.lastname@example.org Music therapy, treatment of infants
assistant professor of New College and biological sciences 205/348-8416 email@example.com
Assistant professor, public speaking program director 205/348-6707 firstname.lastname@example.org Alexa Chilcutt is an expert in the areas of public speaking, professionalism and impression management as well as leadership and team dynamics. She is the director of the public speaking program at UA and provides staff development programs for UA’s College of Continuing Studies and seminars for individuals and managerial groups in the private […]
associate professor of human development and family studies 205/348-8151 (o), 205/333-5964 (h) email@example.com Children who are bullies, Children in divorced families, Children’s health, Helping adolescents make decisions about wearing makeup, Dating, Corporal punishment
Professor and Robert Ramsay Chair of Chemistry 205/348-8441 firstname.lastname@example.org
professor of geological sciences 205/348-1879 (o), 205/758-9875 (h) email@example.com
assistant professor of biological sciences 205/348-1827 firstname.lastname@example.org
distinguished graduate research professor, communicative disorders 205/348-1847 (o) email@example.com Dr. Formby’s research tests, via a rotating chair, dizziness caused by inner ear problems. Such research helps pinpoint the root cause of balance problems.
associate professor of family medicine; assistant dean for health education & outreach 205/348-2880 firstname.lastname@example.org A clinical nutritionist, Garner’s interests include: children’s health, eating disorders, diet, obesity, weight-reduction methods, obese children, dietary management of diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity, cardiovascular disease, making the most of fast foods and convenience products; nutrition and wellness
associate professor of geological sciences 205/348-7167, 205/239-8192 (cell) email@example.com
associate professor of psychology 205/348-0189 firstname.lastname@example.org Hamilton studies medical illness behavior, with a particular focus on excessive or gratuitous illness behavior.
associate dean, College of Arts and Sciences; professor of geography 205/348-7007 email@example.com Water and water quality, remote sensing using satellite imagery
professor and chair, philosophy department firstname.lastname@example.org 205/348-1912 Hestevold’s primary research interests involve analytic metaphysics in particular, problems involving time and identity. He is also interested in the nature of mercy, pity and other concepts related to moral psychology.
associate dean for research and health policy, director of the Institute for Rural Health Research 205/348-7259 email@example.com Epidemiology, rural health, health disparities, cancer rates in rural areas, Black Belt, statistics, medical evaluation Dr. Higginbotham is an epidemiologist. For the past 14 years, he has taught epidemiology, statistics, evaluation and research design to both medical and […]
associate professor of anthropology 205/348-0338, 205/348-1960 firstname.lastname@example.org