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  • Paul Staniland | New Members of the University Faculty | The University of Chicago
    Humanities Division Institute for Molecular Engineering Law School Physical Sciences Division School of Social Service Administration Social Sciences Division Search Search Assistant Professor Department of Political Science and the College Paul Staniland s research focuses on insurgency and ethnic conflict particularly in South Asia His dissertation studied the origins of cohesion and factionalization in insurgent organizations He has done field research in India Sri Lanka and Northern Ireland and has published in Civil Wars Comparative Political Studies International Security Security Studies and the Washington Quarterly among others His research has been funded by the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Smith Richardson Foundation MIT Center for International Studies Yale University s MacMillan Center Harvard University s Kennedy School of Government and Minda de Gunzberg Center for European Studies Staniland s recent professional activities include service on the admissions committee of the Department of Political Science 2010 11 and the steering committee of the Standing Group on Extremism and Democracy European Consortium for Political Research 2008 present He is a manuscript reviewer for International Security and Security Studies and was a rapporteur for the Workshop on India and the Persian Gulf MIT Center for International Studies Persian Gulf Initiative in 2007 He received

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  • Thomas Stricker | New Members of the University Faculty | The University of Chicago
    Instructor Department of Pathology Thomas Stricker s goal for research is to use emerging genomics technologies to better understand the molecular mechanisms underlying disease heterogeneity in cancer His awards and honors include Phi Beta Kappa 1996 and Pulmonary Pathology Society Outstanding United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology presentation in 2007 Stricker holds a BS in biochemistry with honors and highest distinction from the University of Iowa and an MD

    Original URL path: http://newfaculty.uchicago.edu/page/thomas-stricker (2015-06-02)
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  • Kaushik Sunder Rajan | New Members of the University Faculty | The University of Chicago
    Division School of Social Service Administration Social Sciences Division Search Search Associate Professor Department of Anthropology and the College Kaushik Sunder Rajan is a life science anthropologist whose research is focused on the global political economy of biomedicine with a comparative focus on the United States and India His first project studied genomics and post genomic drug development marketplaces in these two countries and was published as the book Biocapital The Constitution of Post Genomic Life by Duke University Press in 2006 Sunder Rajan s current research includes studies on global pharmaceutical clinical trials changes in the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicines under World Trade Organization mandated patent regimes and capacity building for translational research all with a focus on the United States and India He has published articles in Science As Culture American Anthropologist and New Left Review A volume he is editing Lively Capital Biotechnologies Ethics and Governance in Global Markets is forthcoming from Duke University Press Sunder Rajan was honored with a long term research fellowship from the American Institute for Indian Studies to conduct fieldwork in India for Experimental Values Global Clinical Trials in India He earned his PhD in history and social studies of

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  • Margarita Tsoutsoura | New Members of the University Faculty | The University of Chicago
    empirical corporate finance entrepreneurial finance family firms and financial intermediation Her most recent research for her dissertation looked at the effect of succession taxes on entrepreneurs succession decisions investment decisions and financial policies She earned the 2009 Kauffman Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for this work which is titled The Effect of Succession Taxes on Family Firm Investment Evidence from a Natural Experiment The Fulbright Fellowship and the Western Finance Association Trefftzs

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  • Gregory Voth | New Members of the University Faculty | The University of Chicago
    phase systems including proteins membranes liquids and materials Most recently he pioneered an approach known as multiscale coarse graining in which the resolution of the molecular scale entities are reduced into simpler structures but key information on their interactions is accurately retained The resulting computer simulations based on this method can accurately and efficiently predict the properties of large assemblies of complex molecules such as lipids and proteins Voth has

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  • Jonathan Weare | New Members of the University Faculty | The University of Chicago
    theory the theory of partial differential equations and numerical analysis to analyze interesting physical phenomena and to design analyze and apply new computational techniques to study challenging problems arising in the physical sciences and engineering His current areas of interest include applications to weather prediction and problems in computational statistical mechanics Weare s specific areas of interest include importance sampling and Markov chain Monte Carlo methods rare events and rare

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  • Christopher Weber | New Members of the University Faculty | The University of Chicago
    Division Search Search Instructor Department of Pathology Christopher Weber is interested in researching the electrophysiology of the tight junctions that are located at the apical intercellular space between epithelial cells which form a barrier to the flux of ions and molecules Specifically he focuses on studying the mechanisms by which tight junctions establish and regulate this barrier There are multiple approaches including such electrophysiological approaches as voltage and current clamp

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  • Laura Weinrib | New Members of the University Faculty | The University of Chicago
    Social Sciences Division Search Search Instructor Law School Laura Weinrib uses the tools of historical analysis to expose the contingencies of entrenched legal concepts and to highlight the mutually constitutive relationship between law and society Broadly speaking her scholarship traces the development of law related advocacy and ideas focusing on how legal actors transformed and were in turn constrained by social and doctrinal categories She is serving as an instructor of law during the 2010 11 academic year and will join the Law School faculty as an assistant professor in July 2011 Weinrib s published articles have focused on civil liberties the labor movement family law and discrimination Her current book project describes the emergence of a libertarian model of free speech in the United States between World War I and World War II Based on extensive archival research it argues that the interwar civil liberties movement gradually exchanged its progressive emphasis on political and economic reform for a new recognizably modern commitment to legally enforceable individual rights Weinrib is a 2003 graduate of Harvard Law School and holds an AM in comparative literature from Harvard University After law school Weinrib clerked for Judge Thomas L Ambro of the United

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