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Visiting scholar, Institute for Research on Poverty; senior fellow at the Urban Institute
Expert on poverty, child and family policy, and economic mobility
Professor, zoology & Center for Limnology
Freshwater ecology, particularly streams, rivers, water chemistry, aquatic restoration
Researcher and health policy director, Population Health Institute
Expert on health care financing, coverage, access, and cost; state Medicaid and CHIP programs
Assistant professor, botany
Plant biochemistry and physiology, amino acid biosynthesis in plants
Assistant professor, dairy science
Expert in the area of lactation biology and the factors that regulate milk synthesis
Faculty associate, life sciences communication
Expert on digital communication strategies, social media, Twitter marketing strategy, web design
Conway-Bascom professor, sociology
Expert on collective action, social movements, news coverage of protests, and racial disparities in criminal justice
Assistant professor, School of Medicine and Public Health
Board-certified family medicine and addiction medicine physician whose research focuses on opioid-treated chronic pain and addiction, especially involving opioids.
Assistant Director for New Technology Directions at the Grainger Institute for Engineering
Expert on Life Cycle Assessment and Life Cycle Cost Analysis, LEED green building design, construction, beneficial use of recycled materials, environmental remediation and brownfields.
Demographer, Applied Population Laboratory
Specializes in applied demography techniques, U.S. Census data for Wisconsin, and population estimates and projections
Researcher, Wisconsin Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory (TOPS Lab), College of Engineering, since 2006
Expert on transportation systems management and operations (TSM&O), traffic operations, transportation engineering, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), connected and autonomous vehicles, transportation economics
Ph.D. candidate, sociology
Expert on Wisconsin protest movements, recall elections, community health centers, and political theory
Assistant Professor, Social Work, Asian American Studies
Expert on social movements, Hmong, Asian and Hmong Americans, refugee and immigrant communities, English Learners, American political institutions and whiteness
Expert on ecology, evolutionary biology, molecular systematics, speciation, conservation, and Wisconsin plant diversity
Assistant professor, obstetrics and gynecology
Expert in group prenatal care, obesity and pregnancy, and global and public health
Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and School of Veterinary Medicine
Expertise in veterinary infectious diseases, zoonotic food borne diseases, and large animal internal medicine
Associate professor, School of Nursing
Expert in research about newborn genetic screening and related family-centered culturally congruent interventions.
Senior outreach specialist, Arboretum
Expert on native plant gardening, sustainable gardening practices, bumble bee conservation, rusty-patched bumble bee, southern Wisconsin bumble bees, and citizen-based monitoring.
Juli Plant Grainger Professor of Economics
Expert on macroeconomics, monetary policy, tax policy, and the Wisconsin economy. Can comment on national and state-level economic policy.
Professor, Botany; Director, WI State Herbarium
Expert on plant biology, especially orchids, Vanilla, and the flora of Wisconsin; natural history science museum collections
Assistant Professor, Center for Limnology, Department of Integrative Biology
Expert on lakes in a changing environment, including lakes in Wisconsin, the Arctic, and Antarctica.
UW-Madison Office of Cybersecurity
Expert on Cybersecurity education, training, awareness, and policy
Clinical Professor & Audiologist, Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Expert on hearing and hearing loss, cochlear implants and hearing aid, diagnostic hearing evaluations, and hearing loss prevention.
Director of the Midwest Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Disease and expert in mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases.