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Thomas Albrecht-Schmitt

Gregory R. Choppin Professor of Chemistry

Albrecht-Schmitt is a chemist focusing on the study of radioactive materials.

He has worked with some of the most difficult elements on the periodic table including californium, berkelium and einsteinium.  He is the director of the Center for Actinide Science and Technology, a Florida State research center supported by the U.S. Department of Energy.

(850) 645-0477
albrecht-schmitt@chem.fsu.edu
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Charles F. Cotton

Assistant Research Faculty

Cotton is an expert in fish taxonomy, marine biology, fisheries science, and life history of fishes.

(850) 697-4092
ccotton@fsu.edu
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Mariana Fuentes

Assistant Professor

Fuentes is a marine conservation biologist, with expertise in conservation planning, natural resource management, and on anthropogenic and climate change impacts on marine mega-fauna, especially marine turtles.

(850) 644-1118
mfuentes@fsu.edu
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R. Dean Grubbs

Associate Director of Research of the FSU Coastal and Marine Laboratory

Grubbs is an expert in marine biology, fish ecology and fisheries science, with particular expertise in the biology of coastal and deep sea sharks and their relatives.

(850) 697-2067
dgrubbs@bio.fsu.edu
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Shuyuan Mary Ho

Associate Professor

Shuyuan Mary Ho is an associate professor in the School of Information. Her research focuses on trusted human-computer interactions, specifically addressing issues of cyber insider threats and online identity theft.

(850) 645-0406
smho@fsu.edu
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Gregg Stanwood

Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences & Neuroscience

Stanwood is a developmental neuropharmacologist and behavioral neuroscientist. His research investigates the developmental origins of brain disorders through careful assessments of brain developmental trajectories following genetic and environmental perturbations.

(850) 644-2271
gregg.stanwood@med.fsu.edu
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