July 2009
Natalie A. Namrow
Natalie A. Namrow

At DMDC, my primary task is to assist in analyzing and interpreting the Equal Opportunity Surveys for active duty and Reserve component members. Currently, I am also involved in writing a comment ana ...

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September 2009
Ryan T. Posgai
Ryan T. Posgai

The rapid growth of the nanotechnology industry and subsequent proliferation of nanoparticle types present the need to rapidly assess nanoparticle toxicity. My work at AFRL involves using a newly est ...

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March 2008
Gene Alarcon
Gene Alarcon

Dr. Alarcon served as a Consortium Research Fellow for one and a half years, and, upon earning his doctorate, was appointed a Consortium Post-Doctoral Fellow in November of 2009. My program of ...

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June 2011
Melissa A. Jones
Melissa A. Jones

The research I am conducting centers around improving pilot performance with remotely piloted aircraft. To quantitatively measure a subject's psychophysiological reaction to various workloads, EEG, E ...

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January 2010
Veronica L. Gilrane
Veronica L. Gilrane

I am currently working with Dr. Mark Young and Dr. Robert Kilcullen on an officer selection project, which is part of a three year Officer Selection Program. The overarching goal of this project is t ...

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