Faculty

The faculty who take part in Saint Louis University’s Integrated and Applied Sciences Program are an interdisciplinary group of researchers with expertise in the fields of biology, chemistry, physics and sustainability.

Gerardo Camilo, Department of Biology

Special Interests: Tropical ecology, landscape ecology and community ecology of forest insects.

Thomas Crawford, Center for Sustainability

Special Interests: Theoretical and applied investigations of topics centered on geospatial analysis of human-environment interactions and sustainability issues.

Brian Downes, Department of Biology

Special Interests: Molecular biology, bioinformatics and regulatory proteins.

Damon Hall, Center for Sustainability

Special Interests: Policy, social science, sustainability science and water.

Jack Kennell, Department of Biology

Special Interests: Molecular biology and genomic evolution.

Istvan Kiss, Department of Chemistry

Special Interests: Chemical nonlinear dynamics and synchronization dynamics of rhythmic electrochemical systems.

Jason Knouft, Department of Biology

Special Interests: Aquatic ecology, biogeography and GIS.

Irma Kuljanishvili, Department of Physics

Special Interests: Low-dimensional nanomaterials, synthesis and characterization, disorder in 2D systems, and 1D wires and quantum dots (QD) devices.

Richard Mayden, Department. of Biology

Special Interests: Evolution, systematics and biodiversity.

Susan Spencer, Department of Biology

Special Interests: Cell and developmental biology.

David Wisbey, Department of Physics

Special Interests: Solid-state neutron detectors and new materials for quantum computing.

Wasit Wulamu, Center for Sustainability

Special Interests: Remote sensing, GIS, land-cover/land-use change, precision agriculture and water resources and natural hazards.