Open to new applicants: 133 Faculty/Mentors

Agricultural and Resource Economics

Sofia Villas-Boas, Professor Agricultural and Resource Economics
(1) School Attendance and Outcomes and Economic Shocks (Open)

Anthropology

Sabrina Agarwal, Professor Anthropology
(1) Osteobiographies and paleopathology in medieval Italy (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Everyday life at Rural Medieval Villamagna (Open)
(3) Comparing cortical bone quantity in ribs and metacarpals: A bioarchaeological case study of bone development, maintenance and loss from the Colombian Muisca (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) American Eugenics Collection Practices and History (Full- no new appr needed)
Junko Habu, Professor Anthropology
(1) Lifeways of Prehistoric Hunter-Gathers in Japan (Open)
(2) Examination of Small Scale Food Production and Distribution Strategies (Full- no new appr needed)
Christine Hastorf, Professor Anthropology
(1) Past Imperial Foodways: working with plant distributions at the early imperial city of Huari in the central Andes (Open)
(2) Visualizing the past: The 3D visual display of archaeological material from Formative settlements in the Lake Titicaca Basin (Open)
(3) Andean Archaeological Obsidian sourcing (Check back for status)
(4) Central American Plant Use in the Past: Archaeobotanical Analysis of Resilient Foodways (Open)
Rosemary Joyce, Professor Anthropology
(1) Museum Anthropology (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Archaeology of the Albany Bulb (Open)
(4) Archaeology of Honduras (Open)
Kent Lightfoot, Professor Anthropology
(1) The Historical Ecology of San Francisco Bay Area Shellmounds (Open)
(2) The Historical Ecology of the Northern Great Basin: Insights from Connley Caves (35LK50), Oregon (Open)
(3) Archaeological Laboratory Analysis of Native Californian Materials from the Central California Coast (Open)
(4) Investigating Native American Persistence at Mission San Jose during the Colonial-Period, San Francisco Bay Area. (Open)
Lisa Maher, Professor Anthropology
(1) Reconstructing Human Activities in the Paleolithic: Case studies from Prehistoric Sites in Jordan (Open)
(2) Lithic Analysis-Ancient Egypt (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Historical Documentation Specialist (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Experimental Archaeology: Reconstructing a 20,000 year old hut structure from Eastern Jordan (Open)
Jun Sunseri, Professor Anthropology
(1) Berkeley-Abiquiú Collaborative Archaeology (BACA) project (Open)
(2) Zooarchaeological Collections Management (Check back for status)
(3) “Bear Bones” Zooarchaeology Research Lab Website Design (Check back for status)
(4) The Historical Ecology of the Northern Great Basin: Insights from Connley Caves (35LK50), Oregon (Open)

Architecture

Andrew Shanken, Professor Architecture
(1) Monuments and the Law (Open)

Art History

Atreyee Gupta, Professor Art History
(1) Modern Art and the Global South (Open)
Elizabeth Honig, Professor Art History
(1) Brueg(h)el Family Research Websites: Pieter Bruegel (Check back for status)
(2) Living/Lodging/Dwelling in Renaissance England (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Rubens bibliography (Open)
(4) Poster for DH Faire: Humanists on the Move (Full- no new appr needed)

Beatrice Bain Research Group

Brooke Lober, Scholar in Residence Beatrice Bain Research Group
(1) Women Against Imperialism Oral History Project (Open)

Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS)

R. Stuart Geiger, Staff Researcher Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS)
(1) Garbage In, Garbage Out? Do Machine Learning Research Papers Report Where Training Data Comes From? (Open)

Business, Haas School

Cameron Anderson, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Teamwork Study (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Social Psychology and Business Lab (Open)
(3) Social Psychology and Online Environments (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Interviews, Background, and Nonverbal Displays of Status (Full- no new appr needed)
Jennifer Chatman, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Leadership, Organizational Culture, and Diversity in Work Groups and Organizations (Open)
Robert Edelstein, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Globalization and the U.S. Economy (Open)
Paul Gertler, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Financial Inclusion and Cash Transfer Programs (Open)
Heather Haveman, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Computational Analysis of Social Science Research (Open)
(2) I Regret To Inform You That Your Private Information Has Been Compromised (Open)
(3) Charter schools and the business age: Analyzing and visualizing web text and school data (Open)
Drew Jacoby-Senghor, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Unconscious Bias within Social Networks (Open)
David Levine, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Safe cooking (Open)
(2) Stories and games to improve public health (Open)
(3) Looking for low-value medical care (& fraud) in workers compensation (Open)
(4) Writing an Android app to promote safe childbirth (Check back for status)
Don Moore, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Debiasing Probability Forecasts - The Limitations of Hindsight (Open)
(2) The World of Bias in Decision Making (Open)
(3) The Many Faces of Overconfidence (Accuracy Lab) (Open)
Abhishek Nagaraj, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Impact of Mapping in the Age of Discovery (1600-1800) (Check back for status)
(2) Weather Innovation: Big data analysis of weather predictions (Open)
(3) Quantifying Innovation in Machine Learning/Computer Vision Algorithms (Check back for status)
Juliana Schroeder, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Psychology of Trust and Technology (Open)
(2) Communicating and Connecting with Others (Open)
(3) Dehumanization (Open)
(4) Overclaiming Credit for Group Tasks (Full- no new appr needed)

Center for Race and Gender

Leti Volpp, Professor Center for Race and Gender
(1) CRG Multimedia Archive Project (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) CRG Archive Project (Open)

Classics

Kim Shelton, Professor Classics
(1) Nemea Center for Classical Archaeology, Database and Archive (Open)
(2) Petsas House: archaeological excavation and research in Mycenae, Greece (Open)

Cognitive Science

Michael Ranney, Professor Cognitive Science
(1) Reasoning About Global Warming, Climate Change, (and Evolution,) and Numbers (Open)

Comparative Literature

Timothy Hampton, Professor Comparative Literature
(1) Humanities Public Affairs Writer (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Humanities Audio Apprentice/Podcast production and editing (Open)
Sophie Volpp, Professor Comparative Literature
(1) Preservation of Rare Books in Republican China/Objects of Western Import in Eighteenth Century China (Open)

Cultural Studies of Sport in Education

Derek Van Rheenen, Professor Cultural Studies of Sport in Education
(1) Unpacking the intersections of sport and society (Open)

Center for Law, Energy and the Environment

H. Jordan Diamond, Director Center for Law, Energy and the Environment
(1) The Future for Offshore Energy in California (Open)
(2) Artificial Intelligence: Maximizing the Environmental & Energy Benefits (Open)

Economics

Stefano DellaVigna, Professor Economics
(1) Early-Stage Research in Behavioral Economics and Applied Micro (Open)

Education

Dor Abrahamson, Professor Education
(1) Debugging Failure: Fostering Youth Academic Resilience in Computer Science (Open)
Patricia Baquedano-Lopez, Professor Education
(1) Education and Immigration of Indigenous Students : Yucatan and San Francisco (Open)
(2)  On Becoming Multilingual: Children's Worlds and Words - Textbook design and production project (Open)
(3) Transnational Processes and Practices of Return Migration: Maya Families from Yucatan across Borders and Generations (Open)
Michael Ranney, Professor Education
(1) Reasoning About Global Warming, Climate Change, (and Evolution,) and Numbers (Open)

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Pieter Abbeel, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) Deep Learning and Robotics (Open)
(2) Let's build some robots! (Open)
(3) Virtual Reality for Robot Tele-op (Full- no new appr needed)
Brian A. Barsky, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) Aberration Compensated Displays for Personalized Vision Correction (Open)
Randy Katz, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) CellMate: A Responsive and Accurate Vision-based Appliance Identification System (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Social Games for Sustainability in Transportation (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Serverless Machine Learning (Open)
(4) RISEing emission (Check back for status)
Sergey Levine, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) Deep Robotic Learning (Open)
(2) Deep Reinforcement Learning for Autonomous Flight (Full- no new appr needed)
Priya Moorjani, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) Using machine learning for chromosome ancestry painting in human populations (Open)
(2) Evolution of mutation rate across primates (Open)

Emma Goldman Papers

Candace Falk, Director Emma Goldman Papers
(1) The Historical Research and participation in the publication process for Emma Goldman Documentary Book Edition (Open)

Energy and Resources

David Anthoff, Professor Energy and Resources
(1) Software for the economic evaluation of climate policy (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Data science software stack for julia (Open)

English

Bryan Wagner, Professor English
(1) Online Descriptive Catalog for Historical Records in Pointe Coupee, Louisiana (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Translating Slave Testimonies from French (Open)
(3) Data Processing for Louisiana Slave Conspiracies Digital Mapping Project (Open)
(4) Transcribe Louisiana Colonial Documents (Open)

Environmental Design Archives

Chris Marino, Curator Environmental Design Archives
(1) Collections Apprenticeship (Open)
(2) Exhibitions Apprenticeship (Full- no new appr needed)

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Thomas Azwell, Project Scientist Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Deploying autonomous surface vessels to advance environmental health monitoring and data collection in oceans (Open)
(2) Environmental remediation and restoration in China (Open)
(3) Film, TV, and Music production (Open)
Tim Bowles, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Understanding on-farm soil health (Open)
Justin Brashares, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Environmental Impacts of Human Development and Urbanization of Cannabis (Check back for status)
(2) Hunting and cultural dimensions of the bearded pig in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo (Check back for status)
(3) Wildlife ecology in human dominated landscapes: deer and other large mammals in Mendocino County (Check back for status)
(4) Multidisciplinary Mapping: Human-carnivore conflict and carnivore movement in Rift Valley, Kenya (Open)
Alastair Iles, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Building Equitable and Inclusive Food Systems at UC Berkeley: Foodscape Mapping Project Policy Advocacy (Open)
(2) Web Mapping Access to Farmland for Beginning Farmers in the California Central Coast: Front and back-end development. (Open)
(3) Mechanization in Farming: The Consequences of Replacing Human Labor with Machinery (Full- no new appr needed)
Claire Kremen, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Insect Diversity in Agroecology Internship (Check back for status)
(2)  Agroforestry and Biodiversity: a meta-analysis (Open)
(3) Below- and aboveground connections in pollination (Check back for status)
(4) Amphibian Acoustics: Implications for Tropical Conservation (Check back for status)
Luke Macaulay, Cooperative Extension Specialist Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Evaluation of State Incentive Programs for Habitat Management on Private Land (Open)
(2) Wildlife damage compensation programs in the U.S. (Open)
(3) Rangeland Ecology: Riparian birds, cattle grazing, and feral pig activity in riparian areas (Open)
Paul Rogé, Staff Researcher Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Edible insect rearing in urban environments (Open)
Erica Rosenblum, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Measuring the evolutionary responses of mammal communities to climate change (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Landscape genetics of Panamanian amphibian species (Open)
(3) The arthropod prey and dietary niches of desert lizards (Check back for status)
Albert Ruhi Vidal, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Responses of aquatic biodiversity to Strawberry Creek’s restoration (Open)
(2) Design and assembly of an experimental stream system (Full- no new appr needed)
Jennifer Sowerwine, Cooperative Extension Specialist Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Sustainable Urban Farming Video Project for East Bay Farms (Open)
(2) FFAR-BFI Research Investigation of East Bay Urban Agriculture (Open)

Essig Museum of Entomology

Peter Oboyski, Sr. Museum Scientist Essig Museum of Entomology
(1) Insect Museum Docent (tour leader) (Open)
(2) Insect and spider survey of Sulawesi (Indonesia) (Open)
(3) Habitat restoration to promote native insects (Open)
(4) Walkingstick insect colony wranglers (Open)

Ethnic Studies and Center for Latino Policy Research

David Montejano, Professor Ethnic Studies and Center for Latino Policy Research
(1) From Southern Plantation to Northern Mill, or, Traveling Along the Cotton Trail during the American Civil War (Open)
(2) Immigration Watch: An Ongoing Review of Important Immigration News (Full- no new appr needed)

Gender and Women's Studies

Peidong Sun, Scholar-in-residence Gender and Women's Studies
(1) The Politics of Resentment: Cyber-unpatriotism of Millennials in China/ Japan/Korea (Check back for status)
(2) Personal Reading under Authoritarianism Regimes: A Global View (Open)

Geography

Laurel Larsen, Professor Geography
(1) Modeling the coevolution of vegetation and landforms on floodplains (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Influence of coastal marshes on sedimentation (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Improved forecasting of river flow (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Past Forward: lessons from historical ecology for ecosystem conservation and restoration (Open)
Nathan Sayre, Professor Geography
(1) Exploring Climate Extremes in California: the Mega-flood and Drought of 1861-1865 (Open)
(2) In the shadow of the wolf: human-wildlife conflict and land use politics in the New West (Check back for status)
(3) Building a GIS of western coastal and marine India (Check back for status)

German

Jeroen Dewulf, Professor German
(1) European Studies Research Assistant (Open)

Health Research for Action

Carrie Graham, Senior Research Associate Health Research for Action
(1) Health Care Reform in California: Evaluation of California's Dual (Medicare/Medicaid) Financial Alignment Demonstration (Open)
(2) Moving Towards Uniform Statewide Reporting: Evaluating California Adult Protective Services’ Readiness to Participate in the National Adult Maltreatment Reporting System (Full- no new appr needed)

Hearst Museum of Anthropology

Leslie Freund, Collections Manager Hearst Museum of Anthropology
(1) Collections Apprenticeship (Check back for status)
(2) North American Collections Apprenticeship (Open)
(3) Zooarchaeological Resources Survey (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Zooarchaeological Assemblages Preliminary Analysis (Full- no new appr needed)
Benjamin Porter, Professor Hearst Museum of Anthropology
(1) Encouraging Deep Learning about Culture at the Hearst Museum of Anthropology: Studies of Our Visitors and Surrounding Community (Open)
(2) Marketing and Design Apprenticeship (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Registration Apprenticeship (Open)

History

Elizabeth Honig, Professor History
(1) Brueg(h)el Family Research Websites: Pieter Bruegel (Check back for status)
(2) Living/Lodging/Dwelling in Renaissance England (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Rubens bibliography (Open)
(4) Poster for DH Faire: Humanists on the Move (Full- no new appr needed)

Integrative Biology

Robert Dudley, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) How do hummingbirds breathe, drink, and fly at the same time? (Open)
(2) A Global Estimate for Insect Biomass (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) How do arboreal lizards glide? (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Hummingbird Flight Performance in the Tropics (Open)
Seth Finnegan, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) The Evolution of Mollusk Shell Ornamentation as a Defense against Predation (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Environmental and Ecological Change in Coastal Marine California from the Pleistocene to today (Check back for status)
(3) Effects of the Uplift of the Isthmus of Panama on the Ecology, Evolution, and Extinction of Mollusks (Open)
(4) Which Factors determine Biodiversity and Body Size Patterns in Crustaceans? (Open)
John Huelsenbeck, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) A web-based interface for RevBayes (Open)
Mimi Koehl, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Biomechanics of how organisms interact with their physical environments: How turbulent water flow and waves in the ocean affect marine organisms, how protozoan predators and prey swim and interact, and more... (Open)
Britt Koskella, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) The costs and benefits of using phage cocktails to treat a bacterial plant pathogen (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Experimental evolution of biofilm formation and its impacts on pathogen virulence and bacteria-phage interactions within a plant host (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Tracking bacteria-phage dynamics in a natural tree disease system (Open)
Michael Nachman, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) The genetic basis of speciation in house mice (Open)
(2) Skeletal variation in house mice: do tropical mice have longer tails than temperate mice? (Open)

International and Area Studies

Tiffany Page, Lecturer International and Area Studies
(1) Employment and Unionization Patterns of Contingent Faculty in Higher Education (Open)

Journalism

Elena Conis, Professor Journalism
(1) Communicating Vaccine Preventable Disease Risks (Open)
(2) Boys, Girls, and the Prevention of Mumps (Full- no new appr needed)

Law

Eric Biber, Professor Law
(1) Getting it Right: Examining the Local Land Use Entitlement Process in California to Inform Policy and Process (Open)
Michael Kiparsky, Associate Director Law
(1) Innovation, science, and policy in water resources (Open)
(2) Impacts and adaptation to climate change in California water resources (Full- no new appr needed)
Kristin Luker, Professor Law
(1) The History of Contraception and Abortion in the United States (Open)

Linguistics

Ronelle Alexander, Professor Linguistics
(1) Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition (Open)
Lev Michael, Professor Linguistics
(1) Arawakan Comparative Linguistics: Phylogenetics and Reconstruction (Open)
Eve Sweetser, Professor Linguistics
(1) Co-speech gestures accompanying use of conditionals and modals (Open)
(2) Integrated metaphor description project - metaphors for cancer and cancer treatment. (Open)

Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life

Francesco Spagnolo, Curator Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life
(1) The Jewish World and the #DigitalHumanities | The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life (Open)
(2) Digital Bridges: (In)Visible Archives and Public Repertoires | The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life (Open)
(3) A Diaspora of Postcards: Documenting the Postcard Collection of The Magnes (Open)
(4) Vanished no more: Giant of photography Roman Vishniac at The Magnes (Open)

Mathematics

Rainer Sachs, Professor Mathematics
(1) Modeling cancer risk for astronauts on Mars missions or other extended voyages above low earth orbit. (Open)
(2) Applications of synergy theory (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Studying Chromosome Aberrations (CA) Due to Galactic Cosmic Rays (Open)

Middle Eastern Studies, Center for

Emily Gottreich, Professor Middle Eastern Studies, Center for
(1) Center for Middle Eastern Studies Undergraduate Advisory Committee (Open)
(2) Center for Middle Eastern Studies Design and Communications Apprentice (Open)
(3) Center for Middle Eastern Studies Virtual Exchange Project Apprentice (Open)

Molecular and Cell Biology

David Bilder, Professor Molecular and Cell Biology
(1) Molecular Mechanisms of Tissue Morphogenesis in the Drosophila Ovary (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Planar Cell Polarity in the Drosophila Follicle (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Tumor-host interactions in Drosophila melanogaster (Open)
Craig Miller, Professor Molecular and Cell Biology
(1) Genetic analysis of head skeletal evolution (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Developmental biology of tooth regeneration (Open)

Center for Computational Biology

Priya Moorjani, Professor Center for Computational Biology
(1) Using machine learning for chromosome ancestry painting in human populations (Open)
(2) Evolution of mutation rate across primates (Open)

Molecular and Cell Biology

Kristin Scott, Professor Molecular and Cell Biology
(1) Tracing of Drosophila Gustatory Receptor Neurons in a Whole Brain Electron Microscopy Dataset (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Identification of neurons involved in feeding (Open)

Museum of Vertebrate Zoology

Carla Cicero, Staff Curator Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
(1) Advanced Preparation Techniques at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (Open)
(2) Geographic Variation in Birds of Western North America (Open)
Eileen Lacey, Professor Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
(1) Social structure of birds and mammals (Open)
Michael Nachman, Professor Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
(1) The genetic basis of speciation in house mice (Open)
(2) Skeletal variation in house mice: do tropical mice have longer tails than temperate mice? (Open)
Carol Spencer, Staff Curator Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
(1) Curatorial Apprentice: Exploring Biodiversity, Curation, and Specimen Preparation in Natural History Collections at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (Open)

Near Eastern Studies

Laurie Pearce, Lecturer Near Eastern Studies
(1) Ancient Texts, Modern Tools and Technologies (Open)
(2) Computational Assyriology and Reproducible Research (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Digitizing Ancient Astronomical Texts (Full- no new appr needed)

Nuclear Engineering

Bethany Goldblum, Research Engineer Nuclear Engineering
(1) Neutron Detection for Nuclear Security Applications (Open)
(2) Serious Games: Nuclear Weapons in Alternate Effect Regimes (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Data Analytics for Wireless Sensor Networks (Open)
(4) Nuclear Forensics in Synthetic Urban Debris (Open)

Optometry

Susana Chung, Professor Optometry
(1) Mechanism underlying visual processing in people with visual impairment (Open)
(2) Plasticity of the visual system following vision loss (Open)
(3) Face and Object Recognition: Normal and Low Vision (Check back for status)
(4) Feature detection and enhancement in peripheral vision (Open)
Suzanne Fleiszig, Professor Optometry
(1) Genetic knockouts of Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Fluorescent reporter strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa for monitoring gene expression during corneal infection (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Adsorption of protective glycoprotein (FRIT) from Human tears to contact lens (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Studying the mechanisms of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection in the cornea (Open)
Xiaohua Gong, Professor Optometry
(1) Molecular genetics and cellular biology of eye development and disease (Open)
Karsten Gronert, Professor Optometry
(1) Role of protective lipid mediators in privileged inflammatory/reparative response of the eye. (Open)
(2) Mass Spectrometry-based lipidomic analysis (Open)

Oral History Center of UC Berkeley

Roger Eardley-Pryor, PhD Oral History Center of UC Berkeley
(1) Oral History Projects on Environment, Energy, Science and Technology, Climate Change, and Justice (Open)

Physics

Na Ji, Professor Physics
(1) Imaging neural activity in the brain in vivo (Open)
(2) Probing perception and learning in the brain with head-fixed behaving mouse assays (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Developing computational methods for video analysis of animal behavior during a visual learning task. (Open)

Plant and Microbial Biology

Barbara Baker, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) MicroRNA Regulation of Plant Innate Immunity (Open)
Benjamin Blackman, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) Functional Genetics of Sunflower and Monkeyflower (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Genetics of Adaptation to Seasonal Cues in Monkeyflowers (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Natural Variation in Developmental Timing and Morphology in Sunflower (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Genetics of Floral Pigmentation Patterns (Open)
Sarah Hake, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) Developmental Processes In Plants (Open)
(2) CRISPR transgenics in a model grass species (Open)
Jennifer Lewis, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) Plant innate immunity in response to bacterial pathogens (Open)
(2) Programming tools to understand plant-pathogen interactions (Full- no new appr needed)
Mary Wildermuth, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) Salicylic acid biosynthesis and regulation in Arabidopsis (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Elucidation of host plant and powdery mildew factors controlling powdery mildew growth on Arabidopsis (Open)

Political Science

Christopher Ansell, Professor Political Science
(1) The Post-Socialist European City: Transitions, Variation, and Capacities (Open)
(2) Oversight in the European Union (Open)
Pradeep Chhibber, Professor Political Science
(1) The growing socio-economic disparity and the Indian Democracy (Open)
(2) Can Technology reduce Poverty? Maybe. (Open)
David Collier, Professor Political Science
(1) Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies (Open)
Ruth Collier, Professor Political Science
(1) Creating Partisans: New Political Parties and Social Movements in Latin America (Open)
(2) Work and Politics in the Digital Economy (Full- no new appr needed)
Michaela Mattes, Professor Political Science
(1) Program on Security Institutions and Violent Instability (Military) (Open)
(2) Peace Deals as Counterinsurgency: Explaining Variation in Military Power- Sharing (Open)
(3) Apologies in International Politics (Full- no new appr needed)

Psychology

Silvia Bunge, Professor Psychology
(1) The neurocognitive development of reasoning and memory: a simultaneous eyetracking and fMRI investigation. (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Lateralization in reasoning (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Neurocognitive development of precision and variability in visual working memory (Open)
Anne Collins, Professor Psychology
(1) Learning and generalization (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Working memory and reward-based learning during adolescence (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Measuring and modeling working memory and reward-based learning (Open)
(4) The neural correlates of structure learning (Open)
Alison Gopnik, Professor Psychology
(1) Cognitive Development and Artificial Intelligence (Open)
(2) Cognitive Development Research on Causal Reasoning, Relational Understanding, Imitation, and Imaginative Play (Open)
(3) Causal Attribution or Understanding Metaphors in Causal Contexts (Open)
(4) Exploratory Decision-Making Across Development or Counterfactual Reasoning and Pretend Play (Open)
Sheri Johnson, Professor Psychology
(1) Creativity, learning, and decision making in bipolar disorder (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Learn to conduct fMRI scans (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Behavior and Mental Health (Open)
(4) Anger Intervention Study (Full- no new appr needed)
Jason Okonofua, Professor Psychology
(1) Perspectives Experience Program (Open)
Mahesh Srinivasan, Professor Psychology
(1) Research on Children's Linguistic and Cognitive Development (Open)
(2) Analysis of Cross-cultural Research (Hindi) (Open)
(3) Trajectories of Linguistic Complexity in Child- and Adult-directed Speech (Open)
(4) Computational Modeling of Child Language (Open)
Fei Xu, Professor Psychology
(1) Research on Infants' and Children's Cognitive Development (Open)

Public Health

Fenyong Liu, Professor Public Health
(1) Studies of Nucleic Acid-based Agents for Inhibition of Viral Replication (Open)
Amani Nuru-Jeter, Professor Public Health
(1) How do White and African American Women Experience Racial Discrimination: A Qualitative Inquiry (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) The Use of Race and Socioeconomic Position as Variables in Public Health an Epidemiologic Research: A Systematic Review (Open)
Daniel Perlman, Director Public Health
(1) Women’s Empowerment and Resilience in Rural Niger: An Ethnographic Study (Open)
Ndola Prata, Professor Public Health
(1) Rwanda Comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health Integration Project (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) E4D in West Africa (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Medication abortion at California’s public university student health centers (Open)
Justin Remais, Professor Public Health
(1) Understanding environmental change and infectious diseases in developing countries (Open)
(2) Understanding how agrochemicals influence the transmission of global parasitic diseases (Open)

Public Policy

Jack Glaser, Professor Public Policy
(1) A Study on Police-Community Relations (Open)
Elizabeth Linos, Professor Public Policy
(1) Diversity, Decision-Making and Motivation at Work (Open)

S/CET

Waqas Khalid, Associate Scientist S/CET
(1) Nanotechnology Unleashed! (Open)

Slavic Languages and Literatures

Ronelle Alexander, Professor Slavic Languages and Literatures
(1) Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition (Open)

Sociology

Jerome Karabel, Professor Sociology
(1) American Exceptionalism and the Quality of Life: the United States in Historical and Comparative Perspective (Open)
Sandra Smith, Professor Sociology
(1) The Forced Removal of Blacks from Napa: A Documentary Film Project (Open)
(2) The Difference a Day Makes: How Pretrial Detention Affects Individuals' Lives in the Short- and Long-Term (Open)

Space Sciences Laboratory

Andreas Zoglauer, Staff Researcher Space Sciences Laboratory
(1) Preparing for the next 100-day stratospheric balloon flight of the Compton Spectrometer and Imager (COSI) (Open)
(2) Improving the data-analysis pipeline of the COSI telescope with machine learning (Open)
(3) Pioneering new Data-Analysis Techniques for the envisioned AMEGO space telescope with Machine Learning (Open)

Spanish and Portuguese

Candace Slater, Professor Spanish and Portuguese
(1)  (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Improbable Metropolis: Stories from a Pilgrimage, a City and a World in Transformation (Open)

Statistics

Philip Stark, Professor Statistics
(1) Look who's talking: Are women and URM faculty candidates interrupted more frequently? (Open)
(2) Conjoint Analysis when the Assumptions Do Not Hold (Full- no new appr needed)

UC San Francisco

Kevin Bender, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Fitting neuronal models to electrophysiological data. (Open)
Mallar Bhattacharya, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Lung Inflammation: Mouse Models of Human Disease (Open)
Katja Brueckner, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Regulation of hematopoietic sites by the peripheral nervous system (Open)
(2) Inter-organ communication in the innate immune response (Open)
(3) BMP signaling cooperation in epithelial-mesenchymal transition (Open)
Lea Grinberg, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Validation of neuroimaging using high-resolution histology (Open)
(2) Neuropathological changes underlying clinical heterogeneity in Alzheimer disease (Open)
(3) Polarized light imaging (PLI) of gross histological human brain sections (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Diagnosing and monitoring prodromal Alzheimer’s Disease using novel locus ceruleus-based imaging volumetry (Full- no new appr needed)
Praveen Mummaneni, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) UCSF Neuro-spine department clinical research assistant (Open)
Lee Tan, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) UCSF Neuro-Spine Clinical Research Assistant (Open)