Dr. Stephen Bradley CAHSS
Has a degree in drawing and painting from the University of South Florida (B.F.A.), and in painting and electronic media from Florida State University (M.F.A.).
Dr. Bradley is a professor in the Department of Visual Arts. He is involved in time-based media, sound performance/installation, and material culture in his art practice.
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Dr. Stephen Miller CNMS
Ph D, Massachusetts Institute of Technology(1991)
BS, Case Western Reserve University (1984)
Dr. Miller is a professor in the department for biological sciences, having teaching interests in Introductory Biology, Genetics, RNAi, Gene Expression.
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Dr. Greg L. Szeto
NIH NCI F32 Postdoctoral Fellow – Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard, 2015
Ph.D. Cellular & Molecular Medicine – Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2010
B.S. Chemical Engineering – Carnegie Mellon University, 2004
B.S. Biomedical & Health Engineering – Carnegie Mellon University, 2004
Dr. Szeto is our newest faculty fellow for the Alex. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship. He is an assistant professor in the chemical, biomedical, and environmental engineering fields. Dr. Szeto is also the founder of IMME (Immune mechanism & modulation engineering. He also has interests in the fields of cancer and vaccine developments, and he has published numerous readings.
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