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Hai-Ping Cheng


Hai-Ping Cheng’s research interests include physical phenomena at ultra-small (nano) scale via large-scale computational approach. 352-392-6256
Physics LIGO

Oscar (Hengxuan) Chi

Assistant Professor

Oscar (Hengxuan) Chi studies the impact of technology, especially AI, on the delivery of services in hospitality and tourism. 352-294-1651
Well-being and Sustainability AI in event services AI in hospitality Artificial Intelligence AI in tourism

Harvey Chim


Dr. Harvey Chim is an expert in upper and lower extremity limb salvage, brachial plexus, and complex peripheral nerve reconstruction. 352-273-8670
Wrist Surgery Hand Surgery Brachial Plexus Reconstruction Peripheral Nerve Limb Salvage

Wei-Chun Chou

Research Assistant Professor

Wei-Chun Chou’s expertise is in bioinformatics, risk assessment and computational toxicology to address key risk assessment issues. 816-337-0457
Computational Toxicology Machine Learning and Applications Chemical Risk Assessment

Haoran Chris Chu

Assistant Professor

Haoran Chris Chu researches health and risk/science communication, including AI influence on interventions and communication strategies. 352-392-0466
Politicization of Science and Health Issues Artifical Intelligence Risk Communication Health Communication Public Perception of Science

Sandra Citty

Clinical Associate Professor

As a Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center nurse researcher, Sandra Citty identifies opportunities for improvements. 352-273-9591
Enhancing Health Outcomes Medical-Surgical Acute Care Nursing Veterans Affairs Family Health

James "Jay" Clugston

Associate Professor/Team Physician

Dr. Jay Clugston's expertise in non-operative sports medicine, with specific expertise in concussion management. 352-294-7471
Concussion management Concussion Biomarkers Sickle Cell Trait in Athletes Sports Related Concussion Heat Illness

Janet Coats

Managing Director

Janet Coats helps stop the spread of disinformation by educating on the detection of intentional and unintentional misinformation. 352-392-0466
Disinformation Media Trust Media Literacy

Roxane Coche

Associate Professor/Interim Chair

Roxane Coche's research focuses on sports media and media pedagogy. 352-392-5059
Olympics Video and Film Production Sports and Society International and Intercultural Communication Multimedia Journalism

Amy Jo Coffey

Associate Professor/Program Coordinator

Amy Jo Coffey's research interests include audience economics and language, as well as market segmentation. 352-392-6522
Audience Analytics Audience Research Media Competition Media Entrepreneurship Media Management and Economics

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