(05-26-15) Dr. Carmen Gomes, Texas A&M AgriLife Research engineer, has developed a biosensor that can detect Listeria.
"Her research focuses on mechanisms of disease pathogenesis of neurotropic viruses, immunological therapies for multiple sclerosis and epilepsy, and neuroimmunological changes in the injured CNS."
"The ultimate, home-run, goal of my work is to synthesize and develop a robust, highly active hydrogen-producing catalyst comprised of earth-abundant transition metals within a ligand environment that is inspired by the biological hydrogenase (H2ase) enzyme active sites."
"The long term goal of my lab's research is to seek better approaches for diagnosis, therapy, and prevention of fungal diseases."
"My research interests include Industrial Organization, Markets and Information Economics, Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, and Applied Econometrics. "
"Research in the Chen group aims to apply biomolecular engineering principles to solve a variety of biological problems."
"My interests are political ecology, environmental governance & politics, technology-society interaction, communities, environmental justice & water resources in the US"
"My primary areas of interest are race & ethnicity, critical race theory, sociology of law, and ethnographic methods, along with the intersection of race, class, & gender"
"I focus my work on mental health, medical sociology, and race/ethnicity."
"My research specialty is in applications of real options theory to agribusiness investments, currently analyzing food safety risks and risk-shifting contracts."
"My work is fueled by my interest in visual communication, agricultural communications, and new media."
"My work is especially focused on semiparametric models and stochastic processes. My other research interests include asymptotic efficiency and missing data."