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Christen Buckley

Assistant Professor

Christen Buckley's research areas include advocacy, communication technology, the ethics of technology, and public interest communication.

buckleychristen@ufl.edu 352-392-0466
Strategic Communication Crisis Communication Communication Technology Corporate Social Responsbility Social Advocacy and Social Change

Eva Buckner

Assistant Professor/State Extension Specialist

Eva Buckner researches mosquitoes and mosquito control efforts.

eva.buckner@ufl.edu 772-226-6606
Mosquito Control Programs Mosquito-Borne Viruses Human Health Mosquitos Pesticides

Michael Bumbach

Clinical Assistant Professor

Michael Bumbach's research focus includes the use of advanced technology related to nursing education and patient education/health literacy.

mbumbach@ufl.edu 352-273-6638
Technology in Nursing Education Health literacy Technology and Patient Care Family Nurse Practitioners Health Education

Sara Burke

Associate Professor

Sara Burke is a basic science researcher that investigates how different brain regions communicate over the lifespan.

burkes@ufl.edu 520-400-3585
Neurophysiology Diet and the Brain Neurobiology of Aging Cognitive Aging

Matthew Burns

Endowed Professor

Matthew Burns studies data-based decisions about instruction, the effects of interventions, and systems to best deliver them.

burnsm1@ufl.edu 651-592-3061
Identifying Learning Disabilities Dyslexia Reading Intervention Reading Assessment Multitiered Systems of Support

Katharina Busl

Professor/Chief

Dr. Katharina Busl is a professor of neurology and neurosurgery.

k.busl@ufl.edu 352-294-8453
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Brain Death Neurocritical Care Acute Brain Injury

Kevin Butler

Professor

Kevin Butler directs the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research and studies the security of computers and the privacy of tech users.

butler@ufl.edu 352-294-2090
At-Risk Users Cybersecurity Embedded Systems Security Mobile Security Privacy

Carma Bylund

Professor

Carma Bylund is a behavioral scientist with international expertise in healthcare communication across the cancer continuum and in dementia.

carma.bylund@ufl.edu 212-920-9172
Doctor-Patient Communication on Telemedicine Communication Skills Training for Residents and Fellows Cancer Caregiving Healthcare Communication Doctor-Patient Communication

Judith Scully Callahan

Instructional Associate Professor

Judith Scully Callahan teaches about and helps businesses understand and improve organizational development.

judy.callahan@warrington.ufl.edu 352-392-8128
Creativity Leadership Negotiation Organizational Development

Clay Calvert

Professor

Calvert has published more than 150 scholarly articles on contemporary First Amendment issues of free speech, free press and media law.

ccalvert@jou.ufl.edu 512-906-9226
Communications Law Free Press Free Speech First Amendment Media Law

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