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Appendix A Biographical Information on Members and Staff of Committee on Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research
Pages 207-218

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... She has conducted studies of creativity, mood disorders, and schizophrenia. She currently applies multimodality neuroimaging tools, including structural Magnetic Resonance (sMR)
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... Other prizes and awards include Woodrow Wilson and Fulbright Fellowships; Honorary Fellow of the RCSP (Canada) ; Member of the Institute of Medicine; Research Scientist Award from NIMH; Menninger Award for Psychiatric Research; American Psychiatric Association Prize for Research; the Adolph Meyer Award; the Sigmund Freud Award, and the Distinguished Service and Stanley Dean Awards from the American College of Psychiatrists.
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... Dr. Cole has published extensively on historical and social aspects of science; has been a leading international contributor to the understanding of the opportunities, challenges, and obstacles facing women in the scientific community; has led a National Academy of Sciences evaluation of the peer-review system in science; and has published works recently on health risks and on dilemmas facing American research universities.
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... Most recently, he established the Jacobs School's William J von Liebig Center for Entrepreneurism and Technology Advancement, enabled by a $10 million gift from the William J
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... At Berkeley, he is helping faculty members to develop research and education initiatives that respond to national priorities and that build strong partnerships with government agencies, the private sector, and community-based organizations. He previously coordinated technology policy for the National Economic Council during the Clinton administration and has served as a consultant to the Digital Promise project.
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... He has taught many undergraduate and graduate courses, including an innovative introductory course sequence for nonscience majors dealing with the physical and human impacts of global change. He has been honored with the Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Research awards from the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan and with two National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
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... in 1989 with a joint appointment in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences and the Department of Chemistry and was named MIT institute professor in 1997. Before joining MIT, he held teaching and research positions at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; the University of California, Irvine; and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology.
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... . Among his awards are the APA Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award, the Columbia University Teachers College Medal for Distinguished Service (1978)
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... From 1986 to 1992, she led the World Stress Map project, a task group of the International Lithosphere Program that involved 40 scientists in 30 countries in an effort to compile and interpret geological and geophysical data on the present-day tectonic stress field.
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... Other studies have addressed human reproductive cloning, setting priorities for NSF's large research facilities, science and technology presidential appointments, science and technology centers, international benchmarking of U.S. research fields, graduate and postdoctoral education, responsible conduct of research, careers in science and engineering, and many environmental topics.


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