PROFACTS RECEIVED THROUGH OCT. 31
PROFACTS RECEIVED THROUGH OCT. 31
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The following announcements were received through Oct. 31, 2011.
J. CHRISTOPHER BRILL, assistant professor of psychology, elected chair of the Perception and Performance Technical Group of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
LEA LEE, associate professor of teaching and learning, and JONG CHOOL PARK, assistant professor of accounting, were invited guests of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak at a recent banquet in Washington, D.C. President Lee met with President Obama to celebrate the U.S.-South Korean Free Trade Agreement.
ANDREAS TOLK, professor of engineering management and systems engineering, served as special issue editor for the International Journal of Intelligent Defense Support Systems. Together with Barry Smith from the University of Buffalo, he edited vol. 4, no. 3 on "Command and Control Ontology." Tolk also served as chair of the Military Training and Simulation Asia Conference 2011 that was conducted Sept. 28-29 in Singapore. Speakers provided perspectives from industry, government and academia, focusing on the local constraints of this new market segment that also exposes new academic challenges for M&S research.
X. NANCY XU, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, served as a reviewer on the NIH Special Emphasis Review Panel on Interface of the Life and Physical Sciences, ZRG1 BST-M. She also served as a reviewer on the NSF Review Panel on Biophotonics.
CECELIA TUCKER, assistant to the president for community relations, a recognition award from the United Way of South Hampton Roads Minority Advisory Council for her unselfish act of giving back to the community and being a pioneer and valuable member of the council. She also was cited for her service as a board member of the William A. Hunton YMCA, Rotary Club of Hampton Roads, Norfolk Education Foundation, American Red Cross of Southeastern Virginia and the L.D. Britt Scholarship Committee.
DALE MILLER, professor and chair of philosophy and religious studies, a monograph, "J.S. Mill: Moral, Social and Political Thought" (Polity Press, 2010). Also, an edited collection, with Ben Eggleston and David Weinstein, "John Stuart Mill and the Art of Life" (Oxford University Press, 2011).
J. CHRISTOPHER BRILL, assistant professor of psychology, "Exploration of the Factor Structure and Internal Consistency of the Aggressive Driving Behavior Questionnaire" at the annual meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society in Las Vegas.
KERRY LEE, graduate student in chemistry and biochemistry, "In-vivo Study of Size-dependent Transport and Biocompatibility of Single Silver Nanoparticles" at Pittcon 2011 in Atlanta (also published in proceedings, with co-authors PRAKASH NALLATHAMBY and LAUREN BROWNING, graduate students, and X. NANCY XU, professor, chemistry and biochemistry). Also, "Design of Single Plasmonic Nanoparticle Optical Probes for Study of Multidrug ABC Membrane Transporter in Single Living Cells" at Pittcon 2011 in Atlanta (also published in proceedings, with co-authors TAO HUANG, research scientist, Nallathamby and Xu, chemistry and biochemistry).
AHMED NOOR, William E. Lobeck Professor of Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Engineering, the keynote address, "Pathway to Learning and Engineering Practice in the Coming Intelligence Era," at the 7th International PhD and DLA Symposium at the University of Pecs, in Hungary.
ANDREAS TOLK, professor of engineering management and systems engineering, "Interoperability and Composability and Its Applications Within Military Training and Simulation" at the Military Training and Simulation Asia conference in Singapore.
X. NANCY XU, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, "Nanoassay for Real-Time Molecular Probing of Multidrug Membrane Transporters" at the Program of GRC on MDR Efflux 2011 in Les Diablerets, Switzerland. Also, "Photostable Plasmonic Nano Rulers and Single-Molecule Biosensors: from Single Cells to Single Embryos" at the International Workshop in Chemical Biology 2011 in Xiamen (published in proceedings). Also, with TAO HUANG, research scientist, and LAUREN BROWNING and PRAKASH NALLATHAMBY, graduate students, chemistry and biochemistry: "Plasmonic Nanoparticle Probes for Study of Single ABC Multidrug Membrane Transporters of Single Live Cells" at the 242nd ACS National Meeting 2010 in Denver (published in proceedings); "Photostable Single Molecule Nanoparticle Biosensors for Real-Time Imaging of Single Living Cells at the 242nd ACS National Meeting 2010 in Denver (published in proceedings); and "Design of Photostable Single Molecule Nanoparticle Biosensors for Real Time Probing Single Living Cells" at the 240th ACS National Meeting 2010 in Boston (published in proceedings).
LAUREN BROWNING, graduate student, TAO HUANG, research scientist, and X. NANCY XU, professor, chemistry and biochemistry, "Electric Pulses to Prepare Feeder Cells for Sustaining and Culturing of Undifferentiated Embryonic Stem Cells" in vol. 5 of Biotechnology Journal.
JENNIFER DEL CORSO, adjunct assistant professor, and MARK REHFUSS, assistant professor, counseling and human services, "Striving to Adapt: Addressing Adler's Work Task in the 21st Century" in vol. 67, no. 2 of Journal of Individual Psychology.
FENG DING, graduate student of chemistry and biochemistry, "EGFP Fused ABC Membrane Transporters in Bacillus Subtilis Retain Original Efflux Function" in vol. 400, no. 223 of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. Co-authors are KERRY LEE, graduate student; ARDI VAHEDI-FARIDI, postdoc; TAO HUANG, research scientist; and X. NANCY XU, professor, chemistry and biochemistry.
TAO HUANG, research scientist, and X. NANCY XU, professor, chemistry and biochemistry, "Multicolored Nanometre-Resolution Mapping of Single Protein-Ligand Binding Complexes Using Far-Field Photostable Optical Nanoscopy (PHOTON)" in vol. 3 of Nanoscale. Also, "Synthesis and Characterization of Tunable Rainbow Colored Silver Nanoparticle Solutions Using Single-Nanoparticle Plasmonic Microscopy and Spectroscopy" in vol. 20 of Journal of Material Chemistry.
AUSTIN JERSILD, associate professor of history, "The Soviet State as Imperial Scavenger: 'Catch Up and Surpass' in the Transnational Socialist Bloc, 1950-1960" in vol. 116, no. 1 of American Historical Review.
KERRY LEE, graduate student, chemistry and biochemistry, "Probing Multidrug ABC Membrane Transporters of Single Living Cells Using Single Nanoparticle Plasmonic Optical Probes" in vol. 397 of Bioanalytical Chemistry. Co-authors are LAUREN BROWNING, graduate student; TAO HUANG, research scientist; FENG DING, graduate student; PRAKASH NALLATHAMBY, graduate student; and X. NANCY XU, professor, chemistry and biochemistry.
PRAKASH NALLATHAMBY, graduate student in chemistry and biochemistry, "Study of Multidrug Membrane Transporters of Single Living Pseudomonas aeruginosa Cells Using Size-dependent Plasmonic Nanoparticle Optical Probes", in vol. 49 of Biochemistry (with co-authors KERRY LEE and TANVI DESAI, graduate students, and X. NANCY XU, professor, chemistry and biochemistry). Also, "Design and Characterization of Optical Nano Rulers of Single Nanoparticles Using Optical Microscopy and Spectroscopy" in vol. 2 of Nanoscale (with co-authors TAO HUANG, research scientist, and Xu, chemistry and biochemistry). Also, with Xu, "Study of Cytotoxic and Therapeutic Effects of Stable and Purified Silver Nanoparticles on Tumor Cells" in vol. 2 of Nanoscale.
MICHAEL PEARSON, professor of creative writing, an essay, "All the Gin Joints" (about a Semester at Sea journey), in the Oct. 6 edition of The Morning News, themorningnews.org.
This highlight was posted on: November 2, 2011
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