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|Name||Campus||School/Department||Area of Expertise|
|IU Fort Wayne||IU School of Medicine / Microbiology and Immunology||Research in neuroinflammation using ischemic stroke and multiple sclerosis models, strong knowledge in immunology research and education.|
|IU Southeast||School of Arts and Letters/Fine Arts||Art and design in everyday life; corporate identity and branding system; creative and conceptual development in visual communication design and processes; typography: type as image and vice versa, experimental typography; sustainable and innovative packaging design.|
|IUPUI||Kelley School of Business||Intertemporal choice, consumer financial decision-making, debiasing intervention, retirement, health care.|
|IUPUI||LGBTQ+ Center||Gender; sexuality; LGBTQ studies; LGBTQ identities; transgender issues and identities; gender and inequality; gender and sports; sexuality and sports; gender and culture; sexuality and culture; sociology of literature; transgender literature; and diversity, equity and inclusion in organizations.|
|IU Bloomington||School of Public Health||Legal issues in recreation, physical activity motivational readiness, youth sports, community health issues.|
|IU Bloomington||College of Arts and Sciences||Jewish studies, modern Jewish history, cultural history of Europe and Israel, Jewish economic history, history of antisemitism, history of migration, history of love.|
|IU Bloomington||Office of the Vice Provost for Research; Department of Chemistry||His research interests are in the fields of metals in medicine, bioinorganic chemistry, synthetic chemistry and materials. Can also comment on research in the sciences at IU Bloomington, trends in conducting scientific research at universities, research equipment and funding for the sciences at IU Bloomington.|
|IUPUI||Department of Psychology||Clinical psychology, health, substance abuse and addictions.|
|IUPUI||IU School of Medicine, Department of Radiation Oncology||Radiation oncology.|
|IU Bloomington||English||Rhetoric of science, science communication, science skepticism, public advocacy of science, philosophy of science.|
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