Basic, translational and clinical research of pediatric cancer, Adoptive cell therapies (NK cell and CAR T cell infusions), Graft-versus-host-disease, Acute Radiation Syndrome, Mesenchymal stromal cells, Macrophages,
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Leon and Elizabeth Janssen Professor in the College of Engineering
Design and manufacturing with an emphasis on multistage production systems convertibility, scalability, and diagnosability, ramp-up time, and variation reductions, Integration of statistical and evolutionary computational methods with engineering models for system diagnosability and self-healing analysis, Sensing systems/networks in manufacturing, Reco...
Quantum engineering; atomic and optical physics; nanophotonics; development and characterization of solid-state defects; quantum sensing using atoms and defects in solids; inertial navigation and timekeeping
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Materials Research for FusionRadiation Resistant Materials, High HeatFlux Materials, Tungsten Fibre reinforced Tungsten, Self-passivating alloys, Liquid Metal Walls for fusion, Wendelstein 7-XJET, ASDEX Upgrade, TEXTOR and WEST: High-Z materials, melting of tungsten, plasma wall interaction, spectroscopy and edge physics
Wisconsin Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Wave mechanics and wave-structure interaction; shoreline erosion and sediment transport; breakwater design, harbor tranquility; marina engineering; ice and arctic processes; navigation structures and engineering; vessel motions, manuevering and mooring; physical hydraulic modeling; coastal ecosystems and living shorelines
Dr. Crnich’s research has utilized data collected from a prospective cohort study to better understand the transmission dynamics of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and fluoroquinolone-resistant Escherichia coli in Wisconsin nursing homes, elucidate the factors associated with a...
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Associate Chair for Faculty and Staff Development, Karen Thompson Medhi Professor