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A.J. Schwichtenberg, HHS Researchers Spotlight
 

A.J. SCHWICHTENBERG, Assistant Professor, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES

Embedded in the new HHS strategic plan and explicit in its vision is the quest to recruit, develop and retain top faculty as well as independent researchers and collaborative groups who conduct internationally recognized basic and applied research.

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Kathleen Abrahamson, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

Wayne W. Campbell, professor of nutrition science

Terry L. Davidson, professor of psychological sciences

Jennifer Dobbs-Oates, assistant professor of human development and families studies

Ulrike Dydak, assistant professor of health sciences

Marianne Eagan, engagement research coordinator – elder programs in the Department of Health and Kinesiology

David ERTMER, PROFESSOR OF SPEECH, LANGUAGE, and HEARING SCIENCES

JENNIFER FREEMAN, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF TOXICOLOGY

Nana Gletsu-Miller, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF NUTRITION SCIENCE

Michael G. Heinz, associate professor of speech, language, and hearing sciences

Jessica Huber, Associate Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences

Jeff Karpicke, assistant professor of psychological sciences

Christopher Kowal, assistant professor of consumer science

Larry J. Leverenz, clinical professor of health and kinesiology

Sandra S. Liu, professor of consumer science and Director for Global Urban Sustainability

Rick D. Mattes, distinguished professor of nutrition science

Shirley Rietdyk, Associate Professor, Department of Health and Kinesiology

Jennifer Simpson, clinical associate professor of speech, language, and hearing sciences

Barbara Solomon, clinical professor of speech, language, and hearing sciences

Susan South, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Susan E. Swithers, professor of psychological sciences

Connie M. Weaver, head and distinguished professor of nutrition science and a member of the Institute of Medicine

Kipling D. Williams, professor of psychological sciences

Karen S. Yehle, assistant professor of nursing