Paul Armsworth’s research aims to inform biodiversity conservation strategies and management of ecosystem services.
Francisco Barrera studies the plasma membrane barrier that delineates communication between cells and their environment.
Brad Binder focuses on the mechanisms of signal transduction for the gas, ethylene.
Michael Blum focuses on disasters and infectious disease; coastal protection and restoration; and conservation of freshwater resources.
Alison Buchan researches the roles of microbes in natural environments.
Jessica Budke researches the development, evolution, and function of plant structures.
Tessa Burch-Smith researches the intercellular communications between cells that occur via cell wall-localized plasma membrane-lined channels called plasmodesmata.
Gordon Burghardt studies animal play behavior, ethical treatment of animals, and zoo animal welfare.
Nina Fefferman applies insights from her research to design practical, real-world strategies for epidemic/pandemic preparedness and response.
Elizabeth Fozo focuses on bacteria in environments that constantly change in great fluxes.