Paul Armsworth’s research aims to inform biodiversity conservation strategies and management of ecosystem services.
Benjamin Auerbach studies population history, the evolution of human stature and body mass, and the ways climate, subsistence, and disease have impacted human evolution.
Francisco Barrera studies the plasma membrane barrier that delineates communication between cells and their environment.
David Bassett studies the measurement of physical activity and energy expenditure in humans.
Gary Bates specializes in forage species selection and demonstrates the latest scientific techniques for sustainable forage production.
Brad Binder focuses on the mechanisms of signal transduction for the gas, ethylene.
Jedediah Blanton studies the psychosocial aspects of sport in the development of leadership and life skills in youth athletes.
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.