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Zachary Schlader.
IU Bloomington

Zachary Schlader

School of Public Health - Bloomington

Heat impact on human body, environmental stressors on health-related outcomes, health benefits associated with acute or chronic exposures to extreme environments

IU Bloomington

David Konisky

O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Environmental politics and policy, regulation and compliance, public opinion on energy and climate change, state politics and policy.

IU Bloomington

William Ramos

School of Public Health

Aquatics, drowning prevention, water safety, physical activity, recreational sports, youth development.

IU Indianapolis

Matthew Aalsma

School of Medicine

Pediatrics, addiction, mental health and physical health care for children and adolescents, juvenile justice systems.

IU Indianapolis

Vasantha Aaron

School of Medicine Medicine/Department of Radiology

Nuclear medicine, molecular imaging, radionuclide therapies, PRRT, Lutathera, Pluvicto, thyroid cancer, neuroendocrine tumors, prostate cancer.

Jacqueline Ackerman
IU Indianapolis

Jacqueline Ackerman

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Women’s philanthropy, giving to women and girls, philanthropy.

Kyle Adams
IU Bloomington

Kyle Adams

Jacobs School of Music

Hip-hop, popular music, music theory, Renaissance music.

IU

Zachary Adams

IU School of Medicine

Pediatric traumatic stress, evidence-based psychotherapy for child and adolescent mental health disorders, adolescent substance use treatment, integrated treatment of co-occurring behavioral health disorders, technology facilitated behavioral health care.