• Robert S. Salzar

    Associate Professor, Academic General Faculty, Research Track
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    Dr. Salzar has over 25 years of experience in the field of engineering mechanics, with the last 13 years focusing on injury biomechanics. After a two year post-doctoral NRC appointment with the NASA-Glenn Research Center researching advanced aerospace composite materials, Dr. Salzar…
  • Jeffrey Saucerman

    Professor, Biomedical Engineering
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    Jeffrey Saucerman, PhD, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, combines computational models and high-throughput experiments to discover molecular networks that control cardiac remodeling and regeneration.

  • William T. Scherer

    Chair, Department of Systems and Information Engineering Editor-in-Chief Systems Director, Accelerated Masters Degree Program (AMP)
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    William T. Scherer is a super expert in systems engineering, stochastic control, and business analytics. Professor Scherer has served on the University of Virginia Systems Engineering Program faculty since 1986. He also consults with numerous organizations on the topics of systems thinking and business analytics applied to disparate organizations.

  • Ethan A. Scott

    Research Assistant Professor
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    Ethan joined the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in 2023. In addition to teaching, he is active in research and helps to manage the UVA ExSiTE Lab. Ethan's research interests focus on the development and application of experimental techniques, to analyze heat and energy transfer in extremes of material size and environment.

  • John R. Scully

    Charles Henderson Chaired Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Co-Director of Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering
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    Scully's primary research interest is to understand the relationships between a material's structure and composition and properties related to environmental degradation. His historical current focus is on advanced aluminum, magnesium, titanium, ferrous and nickel-based alloys, as well as stainless steels and aluminum-based intermetallic compounds.

  • Bryn Elizabeth Seabrook

    Assistant Professor
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    Bryn Seabrook's research interests include, bioethics, public participation in environmental policymaking, energy efficiency, climate change, negotiating the environmental - consumer nexus, and analyzing American consumer culture.

  • Majid Shafiee-Jood

    Research Assistant Professor Graduate Program Director
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    Majid Shafiee-Jood is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Department of Systems and Information Engineering at the University of Virginia.

  • Heman Shakeri

    Assistant Professor, the School of Data Science and Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering (by courtesy)
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    Dr. Shakeri's research includes algorithm development in machine learning and network science, computational statistics and data-driven identification and control of high-dimensional dynamical systems. Dr. Shakeri is an Assistant Professor at the School of Data Science and Assistant Professor by Courtesy in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

  • Jason Sheehan

    Professor of Neurological Surgery Professor of Radiation Oncology Professor of Biomedical Engineering Professor of Neuroscience UVa Gamma Knife Center Co-Director Riverside-UVa Gamma Knife Co-Director
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    Dr. Jason Sheehan received his BS, MS, PhD and MD from the University of Virginia. His BS is in Chemical Engineering with the highest honors awarded from the School of Engineering. He performed fellowships at Auckland University and the University of Pittsburgh, and has written more than 250 peer reviewed papers.

  • Nathan Sheffield

    Associate Professor of Public Health Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, and Data Science
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    The Sheffield Lab uses computation to ask and answer biological questions. We study the non-coding DNA that encodes gene regulatory networks and enables cellular differentiation, and how these networks break down in disease like cancer. To address these biological questions, we…