Government and business on tax issues
Tax fraud and audit
Taxation of estates, gifts and financial products
Ambulatory Care/HIV/Indigent care
NYC Waterfront, public art, painting
Graphic design, animation, motion graphics
Painting, works on paper
Ancient Near Eastern art, Iraqi cultural artifacts, feminist art
Music performance and composition, cognitive neuroscience and music
Art history, museum studies, Trisha Brown, dance
Book arts, drawing, printmaking
Graphic design, typography, sustainable design
Dr. Fargali earned her Ph.D. in Biological Science from the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research in Braunschweig, Germany. During that period, she worked in the field of Biotechnology on 3-D cultivation and the monitoring of bone tissue scaffolds in the novel prototype bioreactor systems with continuous medium exchange. After earning her Ph.D., Dr. Fargali was a postdoctoral fellow in the Neuroscience Department at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where she was responsible for the investigation of the role that the neuronal and endocrine protein VGF plays in the central and peripheral nervous system neurons to regulate glucose, energy balance, depression, and memory. Her research interests include obesity, adipose, brain, chromogranins and secretogranins, cognitive neuroscience, depression, diabetes, growth factors and receptors, memory, neuropeptides, neurotrophins, protein trafficking and sorting, and signal transduction.
Evolution of Development: Research integrates phylogenetic, molecular evolution, and developmental genetic approaches to understand evolutionary mechanisms underlying plant development.
Research focuses on Parkinson's disease where we are defining molecular and cellular mechanisms associated with disease onset and progression. Our lab uses a combination of several model systems including plants, zebrafish and mammalian cell lines. A second focus is targeted towards iron-sulfur biogenesis mechanisms and consequences in a cellular context within various cellular compartments.
Research focus is the study of protein-RNA networks that control alternative splicing, and how they relate to neurons and to diseases of the nervous system. The long-term goal is to understand the molecular mechanisms regulating protein-RNA networks that control alternative splicing, and how they relate to neuron biology, and to disease of the nervous system.
Origin and modeling of biological diversity from evolutionary and ecological perspectives using bioinformatics tools.
Regulation of RNA polymerase III transcription in breast and prostate cancer by the polyphenols EGCG (green tea), resveratrol (red wine) and genistein (soy); Environmental science
Research focuses on using chemical genetics approaches to study cell death pathways. Yang has identified small molecules that induce a distinctive form of cell death, named ferroptosis, and discovered GPX4 as a central regulator of ferroptosis. Research is applying this knowledge on cell death to selectively eliminate cancer cells or protect neurons from degeneration.
Research interests are in the areas of community ecology, plant biodiversity, the ecology of rare plants, and the ecology of invasive non-native plant species. Most of this research is in coastal areas and in urban environments.
Research is in the area of epigenetics and focuses on the relationship between chromatin structure/transcription and signaling/metabolism. The long-term goal is to understand how intermediary metabolism affects histone acetylation and transcriptional regulation.
The goal of our studies is to understand the transcriptional mechanisms that regulate expression of pro-inflammatory and immunosuppressive cytokines, as they relate to cancer development and progression, as well as to numerous inflammatory disorders.
Research focuses on the molecular mechanisms of assembly, function and regulation of ion channels and membrane receptors. Research is examining the transient receptor potential (TRP) channels, proteins which are essential for sensory physiology and have been shown to play crucial roles in human diseases.
Research focuses on understanding the biological function and molecular mechanisms of the p53-Mdm2 pathway, a promising cancer therapeutic target, in cell growth control and tumor suppression.
The goal of our research is to understand how the parasites generate their membranes, how this process affects their virulence, and understand the mechanism of action of lipid-based drugs, some of which are in clinical trials. The focus of our research is to characterize enzymes involved in the biosynthesis of various classes of glycerolipids with an eye toward drug and vaccine development.
Drug discovery and development
Dr. Jiang’s Ed.M. research was on comparing language learners in science education in traditional and online classroom settings. Her doctoral and postdoctoral research was on novel electrode materials in Liion batteries under the guidance of the Nobel laureate, M. Stanley Whittingham, D.Phil. Before joining St. John’s University, she was a research scientist in the industrial field working on high-performance batteries for military and other applications. Her future research interests will include synthesis and characterization of electrode materials in batteries.
Synthesis of environmentally-friendly catalysts
Physical Chemistry, Aqueous Solution Chemistry, Surface Chemistry, Co-Solvent Effects
Dr. Vazquez’ research interests are in environmental analysis, specifically investigating the binding of organic pollutants in soil, and in chemistry education, studying the effects of peer-learning programs.
Using multiscale molecular modeling to understand how protein oligomerization influences cellular phenomena
Media/Communication and Peacebuilding and Public Diplomacy
Traditional mass communication to new media
Research and clinical interests are in the areas of dysphagia, adult neurogenics, geriatrics and medical speech-language pathology.
Research interests include the investigation of the use of behavioral and electrophysiologic techniques for the assessment and management of individuals with typical versus atypical listening abilities.
Research focuses on speech and language development of children with fragile X syndrome (FXS), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and Down syndrome with a particular emphasis on pragmatic language, prosody, and the overlap of FXS and ASD.
Research and clinical interests include distortion product otoacoustic emissions and reflectance measurements, which are objective and non-invasive tests useful for the detection and diagnosis of hearing loss in difficult to test populations.
Current research aims to uncover brain mechanisms that allow spoken words to be recognized and comprehended rapidly and with ease.
Research focuses on the neurophysiological basis of language processing. She uses both behavioral and neurophysiological method to examine the neural indices of language processing in bilingual children, and also children with atypical language development such as autism spectrum disorders.
Health informatics, mobile and pervasive computing, mobile healthcare systems, scalable web services, and cloud systems
Esports, sport analytics, sport coaching, sport marketing and consumer behavior
Dr. Montana’s research interests are grounded in the power dynamics of race, class, and gender found within a matrix of criminalization in American social life
Serial violent crime (homicide, sexual), cyber-sexual abuse/Technology Facilitated Sexual Violence (TFSV), wrongful convictions, criminal behavior, criminal psychology, forensic and investigative psychology
Critical Care - Surgical and Intensive Care
Computer security and digital forensic topics
Cyber security (Equifax breach, etc.)
International sport governance, innovation, emerging technology, and doping in sport
Economic Development, Macroeconomics
International finance, corporate hedging, and regulatory impact on corporations
English Language Learners, dual language programs, bilingual education
Postcolonial and world literature
Specializes in literacy studies and bilingual education with a focus on Mexican immigrant communities.
Fiction, creative writing
Caribbean Literature and Culture, Postcolonial Literary Studies, Black/African Diaspora Studies, Performance Studies
Film, film genres
Civic engagement, African American literature
African American literature, Native American literature, performance, humor
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC)
Modernism, feminism, the Victorian novel, Olive Schreiner
Romantic literature, natural history and literature, the 19th-century novel
Early modern literature, Shakespeare
Eighteenth-century literature, sexuality, pornography
Romanticism, fascism studies
Shakespeare, 16th and 17th-century English literature, environmental humanities, ecocriticism, oceanic culture
Restoration and early eighteenth-century English literature and culture
Composition and rhetoric, writing studies
Medieval drama, Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, sex and gender, and medieval romance
Rhetorical theory, digital rhetoric, feminist theory and rhetoric, and cultural rhetorics (African American and Caribbean rhetoric).
19th century novels, feminism, masculinity, catastrophe, digital humanities
Asian American studies, Ethnic Studies, literary theory and theories of racial formation
Animation, physical computing, playable media, emerging technologies
Modern political thought, core problems of liberal democracy and late modernity
Post-conflict institution building, social policy development, and ethnic and community political dynamics. Geographically primary focus on the Balkans, and in particular the former Yugoslav province of Kosovo.
Presidency, Public Opinion, Campaigns and Elections
International relations theory, U.S. Foreign Policy, military innovation, comparative grand strategy, arms control and nonproliferation, and the causes of major war.
Ancient Political philosophy particularly Aristotle and contemporary political theory, especially feminist political theory.
Economic development, political change, political Islam, Middle East politics, African politics, and politics of ethnicity.
Caribbean and Latin American Politics and Integration, comparative systems; Puerto Rico; Methodology, development politics, and international political economy.
Public administration, urban governance, state and local politics, and research methods
Russian history, European history, from 1815 to 1914, and modern world history with an emphasis on sport food, and popular culture
Anglo-Saxon History, Manuscript Studies, Church History; Medieval Culture
South Asian History, ramifications of decolonization in South Asia by focusing on the contested region of Kashmir, which is claimed by both India and Pakistan.
Historian of colonial and early national North America. Research on political change and cultural aspiration in the late 18th century.
Focus on East Asia. Research centered on the interplay between ideas, institutions, and the natural environment.
Specializes in the slave trade and the development of the Atlantic World. ts include Caribbean history, Atlantic history, and African history
U.S. American history (late 19th and 20th centuries). Specializes in the study of American business networks.
Cultural legacies of authoritarianism, nationalism, sovereignty, state formation, and democratic processes in nineteenth and twentieth century Latin America, especially Mexico
Intellectual and cultural formation of Islamic societies and the Middle East America's relationship with the Muslim World, prophetic biography as a historical genre, gendered configurations in Islamic societies, and the history of secularism
20th century United States cultural history, history of technology, and sound studies, postwar U.S.
Public History, Museum and Archival Studies. Research on housing, urban planning history, environmental and land use policy.
African history and languages. Interests include nineteenth and twentieth century West Africa colonialism in Africa, and Gullah history in South Carolina and Georgia.
Specializes in the history of gender and labor in the nineteenth and twentieth century United States
Social and cultural history of law and economics of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century France.
Forensic Psychology, criminal justice at the cabinet level in Westchester County
Transnational crime, terrorism and border security
Homeland Security Higher Education
Benchmarking organizational resilience
Human resource management/organizational behavior in sport, sport for development (Middle East), paralympic sport
Design of Online Collaborative Platforms, Collective Intelligence, Information Diffusion, Online Social Networks
Design Thinking, Entrepreneurship Education, Digital Entrepreneurship
Racial dynamics of language and literature
Travel and travel writing
Composition and rhetoric
Immunology and Immunotherapy
Relationship between rhetoric and citizenship, the connection between geographic rhetoric and identity formation, and the impacts of community literacy programs in marginalized communities
Archeology, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), international trafficking in antiquities, settlement and land-use issues in ancient Italy
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
French, Albert Camus
French, representations of NY in French literature
Italian, Dante studies
Italian cultural studies, poetry
National security law; space law; setting up legal systems in other countries (i.e. Moldova).
Consumer debt; financial crimes against elderly; predatory lending.
Dispute resolution (mediation, arbitration) and alternate dispute resolution.
Securities law; fiduciary duties of broker-dealers; securities regulations.
Securities regulation and litigation; corporations; class actions; judicial decision making; Wall Street misdeeds.
Single gender education (including single gender public education); children and the law. Specializes in charter schools; an issue that comes up in today’s climate.
Trademarks; unfair competition
Consumer law; consumer protection; boilerplate arbitration clauses in contracts.
Copyright law and policy; rights of artists after death
Corporate governance and responsibility; race and business.
Legal Writing, Legal Research
Information Representation and Retrieval (IRR), Archival Description, Museum Informatics, Metadata
Library services for children & young adults; Teen Spaces for Libraries; Popular Culture; Library Spaces
Supervised community-wide research projects that focused on health behaviors and health care provider choices.
Information Marketing, Branding, and Advocacy; Innovation in Information Organizations; Social Impact of Information of Information Organizations; Knowledge Sharing in Online Environments
Conceptual Modeling; Data Design; Database Design; Metadata; Online Learning Pedagogy
Service Design, Consumer Behavior, Customer Delight
Bridge the gap between leading scientific research and management best practices
Digital Advertising and Influencer Marketing
Freedom of Expression, Propaganda, History of Journalism
Political Communication, Space Communication
Media and Feminism
Branding, Organizational Management and Motivation, Creative Thinking
Partial Differential Equations
Math: Ergodic Theory, Random Matrices, Operator Algebras, Functional Analysis CS: AI, Sparse Modeling, Service Management
Functional Analysis, Operator Theory, Ergodic Theory, Operator and Topological algebras, applications of Logic to Analysis.
Functional Analysis, Graph Theory, Metric Geometry and Its Algorithmic Applications
Algebraic & Geometric Topology
Application of Weyl Calculus of pseudodifferential operators to the spectral theory
Sport law: contracts, antitrust issues, collective bargaining issues, NCAA violations, sport ethics and social justice
Dr. Conuel’s research interests include Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Physics, Metaphysics, and the process philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead. His current work explores possible applications of Whiteheadian event-realist metaphysics to the hard problem of consciousness. Future research will focus on building out a metaphysical toolkit for better describing the relation between structure and event in nature.
Phenomenology and environmental philosophy
Metaphysics, especially naturalism and personal identity, The relationship between science, metaphysics, and religion, Medieval Philosophy and Thomas Aquinas
Philosophy of mind and philosophy of science
Philosophy of law, Philosophy of language, Ethics, Philosophy of sport
Natural philosophy, Philosophy of biology, Science and religion, Aquinas, Aristotle
Metaphysics, American philosophy, Pragmatism, Marxism
Personalism, Existentialism, Theodicy, Philosophy and literature, Philosophy and film
Social and political philosophy, ethics, and comparative political theory
Science and religion
Philosophy of political psychology ancient and modern, Hegelian-influenced philosophers from Kierkegaard to Simone de Beauvoicr, and the history of the philosophy of feminism
Novel nanomaterial synthesis and characterizations, functional nanostructures, energy-related nanoscale device applications, magnetic nanomaterials and applications.
Research interests focus on the application of empirically validated treatments for underserved populations, such as emerging adults who have dropped out of high school and are experiencing multiple problems
Research focuses on the psychophysiology of interpersonal conflict. Work has included studies of workplace conflict. Also, research focused on racism or ethnic discrimination, specifically examining interpersonal racism (i.e., racism that is directly perceived and occurs in an interpersonal context).
Research focuses on developing, testing, and disseminating therapies for children who have experienced traumatic events, such as 9/11, child abuse, and bereavement related traumatic circumstances, such as September 11, 2001.
Research interests in personality psychology, but also has interests in issues involving psychometrics and the analysis of data, particularly in applied research.
Research studies how people understand numbers and math and how to improve this understanding.
Research interests include the development of early externalizing behavior, the dysfunctional parenting that maintains it, parent cognitions and/or affect that relates to dysfunctional parenting, and early prevention and intervention efforts for parents of difficult toddlers.
Studies anger as a clinical problem and has promoted the recognition of anger as a form of psychopathology. He has developed standards for identifying anger diagnostic disorders and has published two psychological tests assessing dysfunctional anger: the Anger Disorders Scale (ADS) for adults and the Anger Regulation and Expression Scale (ARES) for children and adolescents. He has also published on the development of the theory, practice and empirical research support of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapies and their application to children, adolescents, and families.
Areas of specialty include cognitive assessment, tests and measurement, and diagnosis and treatment of specific learning disabilities. Flanagan is best known for her development of the CHC Cross-Battery Approach and the development of an operational definition of specific learning disability.
Research interests are in developmental psychology, particularly early child development.
Research focuses on role of institutionalized racism, sexism, heterosexism and other oppressive ideologies in the paradigms of psychology and practice of psychotherapy in organized mental health. Understanding psychological resilience and vulnerability in socially marginalized people and their use in psychotherapy. Examining social privilege and marginalization via the development of multiple identity paradigms as more complex ways of understanding human identity. Using psychotherapy and psychological science to facilitate social justice.
Research interests broadly include social and personality development during middle childhood and adolescence.
Interests encompass psycholinguistic and psychoanalytic issues in research and treatment and on ethnic and cultural issues in psychoanalytic theories and practice, including on issues of violence and the impact on general cognitive and emotional functioning.
Recent research focuses on the validity of psychiatric diagnoses, especially personality disorders, and the role of anger disorders in the psychiatric nomenclature.
Research focuses on behavioral assessment and intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities (DD) in naturalistic contexts, intervention for parents of children with ASD and DD, and cognitive-behavioral therapy with children and adolescents.
Area of research includes working with behavior support plans for children with autism spectrum disorder.
Research interests include assessment of culturally and linguistically diverse individuals, application of modern intelligence theory in testing through CHC Cross-Battery assessment methods, differentiating cultural and linguistic differences from disorders, and development of the CHC Culture-Language Matrix as a method for determining the primary influence of culture and language on test performance.
Research areas include academic and research integrity with a special focus on the problem of plagiarism in the sciences. Current interests include related issues in responsible writing and authorship, as well as in other areas of publication ethics.
Areas of specialization include Bilingual School Psychology, Cognitive Assessment, and the Assessment, Identification, and Intervention of Learning Disabilities, and School Neuropsychology.
Areas of specialization include Cognitive-Behavioral Assessment and Intervention with Children and Adolescents; Clinical Decision Making Factors among School-Based Professionals; Single-Case Methodology in School Psychology; Behavioral Assessment and Consultation with Educators; Supervision and Training in School Psychology.
Areas of specialization include cross-cultural research in children’s mathematical thinking and reasoning, mathematics curriculum and teaching; basic relational concepts acquisition; school adjustment of Asian-American students.
Implications of communication technologies on Organizational Communication and Interpersonal Communication
The connection between public address and political philosophy, especially in relation to the development and maintenance of a democratic society
Transnational theory of feminine oratory
The role of language in society
Anthropology of globalization
The social impact of globalization
Areas of specialization include race, class, gender and sexuality, decolonial theory, antiracist social justice, 19th- and 20th-century American culture and politics, and comparative Ethnic Studies.
Sociology of sport and social theory
Migration patterns, Ecuador
International criminology, Chinese criminology
Catholic social thought, especially human rights and solidarity
Social ethics; labor ethics; theories of coloniality, race and citizenship; Catholic social thought; political theology
Systematic and Historical Theology
Ethics, healthcare ethics, moral theology
Research focuses on the body, particularly as it informs and intersects topics in theological anthropology, theological method and God-talk, feminist theology, and science and religion.
Trinitarian Doctrine, Christology, Revelation, Theological Epistemology, Theological Method, the Theology of Karl Barth and Thomas F. Torrance.
Research and teaching interests focus on Latina/o/x and Latin American theologies, Theology and Social Theories, and contemporary Christologies.
Biblical Studies, Hispanic / Latino Theology, Interreligious Dialogue
Research interests include integrating the valuable content of Mystical Theology with Catholic Systematic Theology and researching the theologies of Adrienne von Speyr and Hans Urs von Balthasar.
Christianity and dying
Revision processes in writing, argumentative writing, and the use of humor in persuasive and argumentative writing