Carmon Colangelo

Distinguished Research Professor 2003 Carmon Colangelo, Professor of Art, directs the Lamar Dodd School of Art. He is widely recognized for his multi-layered prints, drawings and mixed media and for creatively combining digital images with traditional art forms. With 13 solo shows in the past 10 years...

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Andrew H. Paterson

Lamar Dodd Award 2009 Andrew H. Paterson, professor of crop and soil sciences, plant biology and genetics, and Distinguished Research Professor and Director of the Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory, is a world leader in the mapping and sequencing of flowering-plant genomes. His work has yielded greater understanding...

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Jared S. Klein

Distinguished Research Professor 2002 Jared S. Klein, Professor of Linguistics, Classics, and Germanic and Slavic Languages, is one of the world's leading experts on comparative Indo-European linguistics. His research focuses primarily on the syntax of Proto-Indo-European, the original language from which such languages as Greek, Latin, English,...

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Gary A. Dudley

Creative Research Medal 2004 Gary A. Dudley, Distinguished Research Professor and Director of UGA's Muscle Biology Laboratory, conducts research that may help patients with spinal cord injuries recover their fitness, health and well-being. For more than 20 years, he has studied skeletal muscles and their metabolic characteristics,...

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James N. Moore

Distinguished Research Professor 2002 James N. Moore, Professor and Head of the Department of Large Animal Medicine, is a leader in equine medicine research and the development of new instructional tools. An internationally acknowledged authority on gastrointestinal diseases and endotoxic shock in the horse, Dr. Moore has...

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Arthur M. Horne

Distinguished Research Professor 2002 Arthur M. Horne, Professor of Counseling and Human Development Services, is recognized internationally for his pioneering studies on child and adolescent disruptive behavior. The causes and prevention of childhood aggression and violence is gaining increased recognition, especially in light of recent violence in...

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Richard D. Winfield

Distinguished Research Professor 2001 Richard Winfield, Department of Philosophy, investigates the area of systematic philosophy without foundations. Much of Dr.Winfield's scholarly effort has focused on German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, whose thought influenced the development of Existentialism, Marxism, Positivism and Analytic philosophy. In addition to critically...

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Donald M. Kurtz Jr.

Distinguished Research Professor 2001 Donald M. Kurtz, Jr., Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, examines the structure and function of non-heme iron proteins; these are proteins that act as oxygen carriers, atom catalysts, and iron transporters. Specifically he studies a variety of non-heme proteins from...

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Thomas F. Murray

Distinguished Research Professor 2001 Thomas F. Murray has pioneered the use of molecular pharmacologic approaches in understanding the physiological roles of adenosine and the mechanisms of drugs. His achievements have opened important and promising new areas of research that he is using to develop novel strategies for...

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Robert O. Teskey

Distinguished Research Professor 2001 Robert Teskey, Professor of Forest Resources, is internationally recognized for his significant findings in both basic and applied aspects of tree physiology that have led to a better understanding of how the environment affects the physiological processes of trees. Dr. Teskey has developed...

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