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Stephanie Bingham, PhD

Stephanie Bingham, PhD: (University of Missouri-Columbia), Assistant Professor, 2008-present. Dr. Bingham is a MBRS/MIRT Barry alum (1997). Her dissertation focused on understanding some of the mechanisms underlying hindbrain development in zebrafish, specifically, motor neuron migration. She comes to Barry following post-doctoral training at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine where she examined the role of phosphatases in axon outgrowth and guidance.

Christoph Hengartner, PhD

Christoph Hengartner, PhD: (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Assistant Professor, 2006-present, focuses on the pseudorabies virus (PRV), a veterinary herpesvirus related to human herpes viruses such as the viruses causing chicken pox or cold sores.

Xiaotang Hu, PhD

Xiaotang Hu, PhD: (Hunan Medical University, China) Associate Professor, studies the function of nonmuscle myosin II and the RhoGTPase pathway in leg and wing morphogenesis in Drosophila melanogaster.

Ana Jimenez, PhD

Ana Jimenez, PhD: (University of Miami), Associate Professor, 2008-present. Dr. Jimenez is a MARC Barry alum (1993).

Peter Lin, PhD

Peter Lin, PhD: (Johns Hopkins University), Professor, 1993-present, is studying the modulation of gonadotropin subunit MRNA expressions by sex steroids and gonadal peptides.

Laura Mudd, PhD

Laura Mudd, PhD: (University of Florida), Professor, 1993-present, is determining the effects of β-amyloid, a protein implicated in Alzheimer's disease, on cholinergic neurons of the septal nucleus cells which are involved in memory and are particularly susceptible to Alzheimer's disease.

Teresa Petrino, PhD

Teresa Petrino, PhD: (University of Tucuman, Argentina), Associate Professor, 1993-present, collaborates with Dr Lin on the actions of inhibin/activin on the ovarian follicle using a teloest model.

Leticia Vega, PhD

Leticia Vega, PhD: (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Assistant Professor, 2005-present, studies a yeast protein, Pif1p, which inhibits telomere formation by affecting telomerase.Telomeres, have been implicated in the development of cancers and in aging.


John Boulos, PhD

John Boulos, PhD: (The City College of New York) Associate Professor, Synthesis of muscarinic agonists for the symptomatic treatment of Alzheimer's disease.

George Fisher, PhD

George Fisher, PhD: (University of Miami) Professor, Altered amino acids (racemized D-form) in dysfunctional proteins and their relation to diseases such as Alzheimer's and osteoarthritis.

Tamara Hamilton, PhD

Tamara Hamilton, PhD: (University of Iowa), Assistant professor, 2008-present, attended undergraduate studies at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada (2001). Graduate work at the University of Iowa involved metal-organic polyhedra and polygons made from building blocks that were synthesized in the solid state. She comes to Barry following a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Montreal where she studied the crystallization of molecules containing pyrogallol. Her research at Barry focuses on metal-organic polyhedra with porphyrin walls and their catalytic properties.

Tony Wallner, PhD

Tony Wallner, PhD: (Case Western Reserve University) Professor, 2000-present. Dr Wallner's research interests include NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) studies of UV stabilized polymers (such as polymethylmethacrylate); stability of creatine in various solutions; and AA (Atomic absorption) analysis of environmental samples (soils and water) for heavy metals.

Zuzana Zajicova, PhD

Zuzana Zajickova, PhD: (Florida Atlantic University). Assistant Professor, 2006-present, investigates the physical and chromatographic properties of the alumina and silica monoliths with the photografted nanolayer of polymeric material.


Linda Bacheller, PsyD, JD

Linda Bacheller, PsyD, JD: (Widener University). Visiting Professor, 2008-present. Her research interests include the role of the therapy setting in therapeutic outcomes; maternal depression and parenting.

Pamela Hall, PhD

Pamela Hall, PhD: (Ohio State University). Visiting Professor, 2008-present. Her research interests include Oppression from the perspective of African American and Haitian American Males; and the Relationship between Memory for Visual vs. Written Messages of Rap/Hip-Hop Music.

Stephen Koncsol, PhD

Stephen Koncsol, PhD: (Rutgers University). Associate Professor, 1977 – present. Dr. Koncsol's research interests include cultural conceptions of mental illness; dyadic communication failures; and marital satisfaction/dissatisfaction.

Frank Muscarella, PhD

Frank Muscarella, PhD: (Ohio State University). Visiting Professor, 2008-present. Her research interests include Oppression from the perspective of African American and Haitian American Males; and the Relationship between Memory for Visual vs. Written Messages of Rap/Hip-Hop Music.


James Haralambides, PhD

James Haralambides, PhD: (University of Texas, Dallas, TX), Professor of Computer Science. Areas of Interest: VLSI Design, Computer Aided Design, Applied Graph Theory.

Lubomir P. Markov, Ph.D

Lubomir P. Markov, Ph.D: (University of South Florida) Assistant Professor, 1999 - present, His research interests include real and functional analysis, operator theory and abstract differential equations. He is also interested in working with gifted students.

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