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Christine Angelini

Associate Professor/Director

Christine Angelini is the founder and director of the Center for Coastal Solutions and is an expert in coastal ecosystems and restoration.

c.angelini@ufl.edu
Water Quality Nature-based Solutions Coastal Engineering Coastal Ecology Coastal Resilience

Pavlo Antonenko

Associate Professor

Pavlo Antonenko develops, implements and studies technologies to support engaged learning.

p.antonenko@coe.ufl.edu
Science Literacy and Engagement Cognitive Assessment Cybersecurity Education Learning Technologies Design-Based Research

Monika Ardelt

Professor

Monika Ardelt developed the Three-Dimensional Wisdom Scale to study the predictors, correlates and effects of personal wisdom.

ardelt@ufl.edu
Dying Well Subjective Well-being Psychological well-being Wisdom Successful Adult Human Development

Melissa Armstrong

M.D./Associate Professor

Dr. Melissa Armstrong's research focuses on the lived experiences of individuals with Lewy body dementia and their caregivers.

melissa.armstrong@neurology.ufl.edu
Dementia and End of Life Corticobasal Syndrome Parkinson Disease Lewy Body Dementia Atypical Parkinsonism

Rachel Arnow-Richman

Chair/Professor

Rachel Arnow-Richman teaches and publishes in the areas of employment law and contracts.

rarnowrichman@law.ufl.edu
Commercial Law Employment Law and Discrimination Contracts Labor Law

Frank Asche

Professor

Frank Asche is a natural resource economist with a focus on seafood markets and production and the sustainability of these processes.

frank.asche@ufl.edu
Seafood trade Aquaculture Seafood markets fisheries production Fisheries Management

Ali Ataya

M.D./Associate Professor

Dr. Ali Ataya's focus is on helping patients with rare lung diseases.

ali.ataya@medicine.ufl.edu
ICU Ventilator Weaning Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis Rare Lung Diseases Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Lymphangioleiomyomatosis

Sharon Austin

Professor

Sharon Wright Austin’s teaching and research interests are in American government, urban politics and African American politics.

polssdw@ufl.edu
Southern Politics African American Politics Urban Politics

Shirley Baker

Associate Professor

Shirley Baker has expertise in molluscan biology and aquaculture.

Sbaker25@ufl.edu
Shellfish Productivity Provision of Ecosystem Services Provision of Ecosystem Services by Shellfish Effects of Water Quality on Shellfish Productivity Physiological Mechanisms That Underlie the Effects of Water Quality on Shellfish Productivity

Shubho Bandyopadhyay

Professor

Shubho Bandyopadhyay studies net neutrality, information systems, health informatics, information systems and public policy.

shubho.bandyopadhyay@warrington.ufl.edu
Information Systems and Operations Management Economic Consequences of Information Systems Information Systems and Public Policy Offshore Outsourcing of Services Net Neutrality

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