Hee Sun Han joins the IGB
Professor Hee Sun Han has joined the IGB as an affiliate member in the Gene Networks in Neural and Developmental Plasticity (GNDP) Research Theme. Dr. Han is a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry. She received her Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from MIT and was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University. Her research interests focus on dissecting complex networks in healthy/diseased tissues, single cell omics, single virus genomics, invitro/in vivo imaging, quantum dots, microfluidics, and high-throughput technologies.
Zbiginiew Kalbarczyk joins the IGB
Professor Zbigniew Kalbarczyk has joined the IGB as an affiliate member in the Genomic Security and Privacy (GSP) Research Theme. He is a Research Professor in the Coordinated Science Lab and the Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering. He is also a member of the Information Trust Institute. Dr. Kalbarczyk's research focuses on reliable and high performace computing.
Aleksander Ksiazkiewicz joins the IGB
Professor Aleksander Ksiazkiewicz has joined the IGB as a faculty member in the Genomic Security and Privacy (GSP) Research Theme. Dr. Ksiazkiewicz is a faculty member in the Department of Political Science. He recieved his Ph.D. from Rice University in 2015. His research expands on core theories of American politics and political psychology by integrating insights drawn from behavioral genetics, implicit social cognition, and chronobiological research.
Michael Shaw joins the IGB
Professor Michael Shaw has joined the IGB as a faculty member in the Genomic Security and Privacy (GSP) Research Theme. He is a faculty member in the Department of Business Administration in the Gies College of Business. Dr. Shaw's research interests focus on IT governance, IT portfolio management, cloud computing, decision support systems, and business intelligence.
Robin Wilson joins the IGB
Professor Robin Wilson has joined the IGB as a faculty member in the Genomic Security and Privacy (GSP) Research Theme. Professor Wilson is the Roger and Stephany Joslin Professor of Law at the College of Law. She directs the College of Law's Family and Policy Program and the Epstein Health Law and Policy Program. She specializes in family law and health law, and her research and teaching interests also include biomedical ethics, law and religion, children and violence, and law and science.
Sonya Grindley joins the IGB
Sonya Grindley recently joined the IGB as an Administrative Assistant in the Office of External Relations & Strategic Partnerships. Prior to joining the IGB, she worked as an Administrative Assistant in the Office of the Executive Director, Facilities & Services. She has worked on Campus for 28 years.
Renee Profancik joins the IGB
Renee Profancik recently joined the IGB as an Account Technician I in the business office. She previously worked for Sam’s Club in Champaign for 16 years, with the last 11 years as the receiving invoice clerk. She also worked in their business office for 2 years.