• Kristen Naegle

    Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering and the Center for Public Health Genomics
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    Kristen Naegle uses data- and computational-driven approaches to predict, and experimental approaches to test, the regulation and function of tyrosine phosphorylation in complex networks.

  • Kathryn A. Neeley

    Associate Professor
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    Neeley has been on faculty of the School of Engineering & Applied Science since 1979 and might be best described as a English major who found her calling in engineering. She is inspired by the potential of technology to promote human flourishing and by an understanding of engineering as a potentially ideal combination of practicality and vision.

  • Denis Nekipelov

    Associate Professor of Economics and Computer Science (by Courtesy)
  • N. Rich Nguyen

    Assistant Professor, Academic General Faculty, Teaching Track, Computer Science
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    Research interests include: Biological Image Analysis, Machine Learning, CS Education Innovation
  • Omid Noroozian

    Visiting Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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    Dr. Noroozian is a civil servant electro-optical detectors systems engineer in the Detector Systems branch (code 553) at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. His research is centered around developing low-noise electro-optical instrumentation and detector technologies for…
  • Peter Norton

    Associate Professor
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    Peter Norton is associate professor of history in the Department of Engineering and Society at the University of Virginia, where he teaches history of technology, social dimensions of engineering, research, and professional ethics. He is the author of Fighting Traffic: The Dawn of the…