• Daniel Abebayehu

    Assistant Professor
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    Dan Abebayehu, PhD, studies fibrosis and how different types of fibroblasts could promote tissue regeneration, instead of scar formation. Dr. Abebayehu's research has been supported by an NIH Mosaic Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00) which provides promising postdoctoral…
  • Monika Abramenko

    Lecturer, Applied Mathematics
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    I received the 'Diplom' in mathematics and computer science from the University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, in 1993. My first job was as a program developer in the accounting department of a bank. In 2001 we moved to the United States and in 2005 I taught my first class at UVa…
  • Scott T. Acton

    Lawrence R. Quarles Professor and Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor, Biomedical Engineering (By Courtesy)
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    Professor Acton’s laboratory at UVA is called VIVA - Virginia Image and Video Analysis. They specialize in biological image analysis problems. The research emphases of VIVA include machine learning for image and video analysis, AI for education, tracking, segmentation, and enhancement.

  • Sean R. Agnew

    William G. Reynolds Professor of Materials Science Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
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    Our research is focused primarily on metals analysis, including magnesium alloy formability, intermetallic behaviors, and aluminum alloy fatigue.

  • Huiwang Ai

    Associate Professor of Physiology & Biophysics, Chemistry, and Biomedical Engineering
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    Huiwang Ai is an Associate Professor of Physiology & Biophysics, Chemistry, and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Virginia. Dr. Ai received his B.S. from Tsinghua University in 2003 and his Ph.D. from University of Alberta in 2008.

  • Negin Alemazkoor

    Assistant Professor
    The overarching objective of my research is to develop sensing and computing methodologies for fast and reliable analysis of smart and interconnected infrastructure systems under uncertainty. My research is inherently multi-disciplinary and aims to advance reliability and resilience…
  • Homa Alemzadeh

    Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor, Computer Science (by Courtesy)
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    Homa Alemzadeh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science at UVA. She is also affiliated with the UVA Link Lab, a multi-disciplinary center for research and education in Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). Before joining UVA, she was a Research Staff Member at the IBM TJ Watson Research Center.

  • Timothy E. Allen

    Professor, Academic General Faculty, Teaching Track, Biomedical Engineering Director, NSF REU in Multiscale Systems Bioengineering and Biomedical Data Sciences
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    Timothy E. Allen teaches and mentors students in the areas of computational modeling of complex biological systems, molecular and cell biology assays, and medical device design.

  • Eric Anderson

    Lecturer, Academic General Faculty Teaching Track
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    One area I focus on is building and validating models of chemical processes. Modern commercial software has made many parts of this task much easier, but proper use of commercial tools requires judgment about the inputs and the level of modeling detail, process-specific knowledge, and validation against real-world performance data.

  • Brian H. Annex

    Lantheus Medical Imaging Distinguished Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
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    Brian Annex, MD, is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases and interventional cardiology. Prior to his arrival at UVA in 2008, Dr. Annex served as professor of medicine in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine.