Her research includes assessing public health impacts from contaminants in drinking and recreational waters. She is also interested in how marine and freshwater harmful algal blooms may affect public health.
Projects as a Professor Emeritus focus on management and mitigation of harmful cyanobacteria in municipal and recreational water supplies. Prof. Carmichael is serving as a technical consultant to the Consortium.
His current research interests are in analog and mixed-signal integrated circuit design and testing, low-cost integrated circuit sensor design with applications in bio-sensing, nondestructive evaluation and structural health monitoring.
Her primary research has been in the health effects and pathophysiology of natural toxins including cyanotoxins and mycotoxins, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the C.L. Davis Foundation for the Advancement of Veterinary and Comparative Pathology.
She brings strong disciplinary backgrounds in epidemiology, public health, and food safety, an understanding of animal industries, and a wide network of connections with scientists, industry, public sector agencies, and academics.
His research interests include reconfigurable RF circuits and systems for multi-band/multi-mode and cognitive radios, sensors and measurement technology for bio-related applications, and the fabrication and applications of memristors.
His research interests are in understanding the role of the environment in neurotoxicology and neurodegenerative diseases and the impact of harmful cyanotoxins on human and animal health and food safety; and applied clinical and diagnostic veterinary toxicology.
Dr. Rao M. Uppu is a Professor and Director of the Environmental Toxicology PhD program at Southern University-Baton Rouge (SUBR). He is known for his chemistry-driven approach to solve problems of interest to toxicology.