My research focuses on the pathophysiology of diseases that affect gastrointestinal (GI) functions. My aim is to gain a better understanding of neuromuscular and immune system host responses in diabetes, and infectious diarrhea, and therapeutic strategies for these conditions.
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Using time resolved spectroscopy to study biomolecular structure and dynamics.
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Elizabeth Ann Fortunato
Research interests: Understanding the mechanism behind the development of morbidity and mortality in infants congenitally infected with human cytomegalovirus (HCMV)
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Peter G. Fuerst
My lab is attempting to identify and understand the molecular cues that promote development of the nervous system by studying mice that have mutations in recognition factors and that express fluorescent markers that label specific neural cell types.
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Associate Professor, Director, CS Program at Idaho Falls
Research Areas: Computational intelligence, intelligent control, data mining, and modern heuristics with various applications such as vision, image recognition, mechatronics, intrusion detection, decision theory, reliability and performability modeling
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My research interests are centered on understanding the relationships between the musculoskeletal morphology of terrestrial vertebrate animals (including humans) and the biomechanics and neural control of locomotor performance.
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Director of WWAMI Medical Education Program; Associate Professor
Research interests: Musculoskeletal injury mechanisms and injury prevention.
Focus areas: Landing mechanics; Ankle inversion and fibularis latency; ski equipment and its effects on the lower extremity biomechanics; models and quality in professional and post professional education programs.
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Professor; Malcolm and Carol Renfrew Faculty Fellow
Stenkamp’s research interests center on the examination of cellular and molecular mechanisms of vertebrate retinal development and regeneration, with a specific focus on photoreceptor differentiation, using zebrafish as the primary experimental model.
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