Open to new applicants: 217 Faculty/Mentors

Agricultural and Resource Economics

Meredith Fowlie, Professor Agricultural and Resource Economics
(1) How Should Air Pollution Co-Benefits be Counted? An Empirical Study Leveraging Declines in Power Plant Emissions and Advances in Data Analytics (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Renewables and Competition in Retail Electricity Markets (web scraping, programming) (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Regulating through Bargaining: Empirical Evidence from Natural Gas Pipelines (Open)
Jeremy Magruder, Professor Agricultural and Resource Economics
(1) Meet Your Future: Job Search Effort & Aspirations of Young Jobseekers (Open)
(2) The Ugandan Shecession (Full- no new appr needed)

Anthropology

Sabrina Agarwal, Professor Anthropology
(1) Estimation of age and health in individuals deceased on the United States/Mexico Border (Open)
(2) Aging, Health, and Bone Loss in Medieval Italy (Pieve di Pava) (Open)
(3) Microscopic analysis of decomposition (histotaphonomy) in a medieval Portuguese cemetery (Open)
Christine Hastorf, Professor Anthropology
(1) Plant use in early agricultural societies in the Titicaca Basin, Bolivia. (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Visualizing the past: 3D visual display of archaeological material related to food from a Formative settlement in the Lake Titicaca Basin (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Plant Foods and Firewood from the North American Southwest (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Ancient Central American Plant Resources: Identification of Archaeological Wood Charcoal from Arenal, Costa Rica (Open)
Rosemary Joyce, Professor Anthropology
(1) Indigenous Curation and Local Collecting: Histories of Museum Collections from Central America, AD 1700-1945 (Open)
(2) Cataloguing ‘Abbāsid Coinage: A Digital Humanities Approach to Islamicate Cultural Heritage (Open)
(3) Colonial history of Central America: Building indexes for Honduran documents in the AGCA and AGI in the time of COVID19 (Full- no new appr needed)
Kent Lightfoot, Professor Anthropology
(3) Archaeological Laboratory Analysis of Native Californian Materials from the Central California Coast (Open)
Karen Nakamura, Professor Anthropology
(1) UC Berkeley Disability Lab Projects (Open)
Jun Sunseri, Professor Anthropology
(2) “Bear Bones” Zooarchaeology Research Lab Collections and Website Management (Open)
(3) Picuris Pueblo Collaborative Field Program project (Open)
(4) Collaborative Archaeology Partnerships (Open)
Laurie Wilkie, Professor Anthropology
(1) Historical Archaeology Archival Research (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) The Allensworth State Historic Park and Buffalo Soldiers Study (Open)
(3) Race and Ethnicity in the American West (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Historical Archaeology Artifact Cataloguing (Full- no new appr needed)

Architecture

Dana Buntrock, Professor Architecture
(1) Book project (Collaborative Construction: The Aspiring Architects’ Guide) (Open)
Lindsay Graham, Research Specialist Architecture
(1) Psychology of Home Spaces (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Psychology of space (Open)
(3) Workspace design: window view and occupant experience (Open)

Art History

Diliana Angelova, Professor Art History
(1) Visualizations of Roman and Byzantine Art (continuation of Roman Historical reliefs) (Open)
(2) Byzantine Ivories Imagebank--a digital catalogue (Open)
Aglaya Glebova, Professor Art History
(1) Photography of the Gulag (Open)
(2) Revitalizing the Body in Soviet Art and Architecture (Open)
Darcy Gimaldo Grigsby, Professor Art History

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(1) For Want of Color. Handpainted photography (Open)
(2) Preparing Berkeley Art Museum exhibition on Alexandre Dumas père and Adah Isaacs Menken opening Spring 2023 (Open)
Todd Olson, Professor Art History
(1) Producing an Art History Book: Jusepe Ribera in 17th-century Naples (Open)
(2) Touching Stone: Rembrandt’s Aristotle with the Bust of Homer (Open)
(3) Book project: Survivals among the Visual Cultures of the Early Modern Trans-Atlantic World (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Mural Painting Reconstruction and Analysis: Painted Palimpsests in Colombia and Ecuador. (Full- no new appr needed)

Astronomy

Imke de Pater, Professor Astronomy
(1) Exploring our Solar System through observations at radio, infrared and visible wavelengths. (Open)
(2) SETI: Breakthrough Listen (Full- no new appr needed)
Jessica Lu, Professor Astronomy
(1) The most massive young star clusters in the Milky Way (Open)
(2) Astronomical instruments for studies of black holes and stars. (Open)

Beatrice Bain Research Group

Robin Clark, Visiting Scholar Beatrice Bain Research Group
(1) Portrait of a Studio: Larry Bell and his Circle (Open)

Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS)

Maryam Vareth, Researcher Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS)
(1) Medical Imaging Research: k-space MRI Reconstruction Using Deep Learning (Open)
(2) Developing an open-source software package for generating synthetic electronic health record data (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Anomaly Detection using Deep Learning for Fundamental Physics Discovery (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Developing a dashboard for primary care clinicians to support their situational awareness (Open)
Benjamin Nachman, Staff Scientist Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS)
(1) Deep Learning Methods for High Energy Physics (Open)

Berkeley Judicial Institute

Jeremy Fogel, Executive Director Berkeley Judicial Institute
(1) Berkeley Judicial Institute Research Apprentice (Open)

Berkeley Language Center

Kimberly Vinall, Executive Director Berkeley Language Center
(1) Research Apprentice in Applied Language Studies (Open)

Bioengineering

Iain Clark, Professor Bioengineering
(1) Ultra-high throughput sorting techniques to study rare cells (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Genome-wide CRISPR screens to study host-virus interactions (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) High throughput analysis of cell-cell interactions using viral tracing (Open)
Michael Yartsev, Professor Bioengineering
(1) Vocal production of Egyptian fruit-bats (Open)
(2) Applying machine learning for detecting vocalizations (Open)
(3) Investigating the evolution of descriptive and occlusive language in behavioral neuroscience using data-driven methods and machine learning. (Open)
(4) Automated identification and classification of posture, movement, and body mechanics of Egyptian fruit bats using neural networks. (Open)

Business, Haas School

Cameron Anderson, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Power and Risk Taking Meta-Analysis (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)
Ned Augenblick, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Documenting and unifying all past research on simple risk decisions (Open)
Sydnee Caldwell, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Early-Stage Research in Labor Economics (Open)
Dana Carney, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Politics, Race, and Political Correctness; Socioeconomic Status and World View (Open)
(2) Inequality, Power, Status, Race, Bias, Prejudice and Nonverbal Behavior (Open)
(3) Famous Mid-Century Architect Creativity Data Entry (and sense-making and analysis) Project (Full- no new appr needed)
Clayton Critcher, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) The Psychology of Forecasting, Politics, Consumer Behavior, and Morality (Open)
Solene Delecourt, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) The Effect of Author Gender on Research Perceptions (Open)
(2) Gender and sexual harassment for female business owners (Open)
Robert Edelstein, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Globalization and the U.S. Economy (Open)
Anastassia Fedyk, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Big Data for Global Employment Dynamics (Open)
(2) Global Information Flows and Financial Markets (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Research Grant Writing: Global Employment Dynamics and Financial Information Flows (Open)
(4) Big Data Preparation: Global Employment Dynamics (Open)
David Harris, Lecturer Business, Haas School
(1) (Remote) Global Lives Project: Empathy-building Social Media Management, Data Analysis, Translation Management, Video Editing, and Web Development (Open)
(2) Funding Ecosystems for Nonprofit Innovation (Open)
Heather Haveman, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Tech Has a Gender Problem (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Web-Crawling for All: A Universal, Accessible Framework for Collecting Digital Data (Open)
(4) Creating and Testing Algorithms (Open to Technical and Non-Technical URAPers) (Full- no new appr needed)
Ming Hsu, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Neuroeconomics: Decision-Making and the Brain (Open)
(2) Developing mindset metrics with big data: business and societal applications (Open)
(3) Understanding effects of early-life adversity on decision-making (Open)
(4) How we experience music and why it matters (Full- no new appr needed)
Drew Jacoby-Senghor, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Unconscious Bias within Social Networks (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Moral Decisions-Making (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Diversity and Gender in Hiring (Open)
Laura Kray, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Gender in the Workplace (Open)
(2) Behaviors in Virtual Question and Answer Sessions (Full- no new appr needed)
Don Moore, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) The Many Faces of Overconfidence (Accuracy Lab) (Open)
(2) The Psychology and Economics of Technology (Open)
(3) The psychology of inequality (Full- no new appr needed)
Abhishek Nagaraj, Professor Business, Haas School
(4) Early-Stage Research in the Economics of Information and Big Data Analytics (Open)
Olivia Natan, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Platform markets and product variety (Open)
(2) Early stage research in Industrial Organization and Marketing (Open)
Park Sinchaisri, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Improving Human-Centered AI for Customer Experience (Open)
(2) Understanding Behaviors on an On-Demand Telemedicine Platform (Open)
(3) Improving Human-AI Interface for Collaboration (Open)
(4) Exploring Worker Behavior in the Changing Nature of Work (Open)
Nick Tsivanidis, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) Measuring slums from space (Open)
(2) Using Cellphone Metadata to Measure Migration and Assimilation of Refugees in Jordan (Open)
(3) Informal Transit Networks: Evidence from Africa’s Largest Megacity (Open)
Guo Xu, Professor Business, Haas School
(1) The Long Shadow of Colonialism: Decolonization and post-independence state capacity (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) The Costs of Employment Segregation: Evidence from the US Federal Government (Open)

Center for Effective Global Action

Fernando Hoces de la Guardia, Project Scientist Center for Effective Global Action
(1) Accelerating Computational Reproducibility in Economics and other Social Sciences (Open)

Center for Environmental Design Research

Thomas Parkinson, Research Scientist Center for Environmental Design Research
(1) Using smart thermostats and air quality measurements to improve wildfire resilience in Californian homes (Open)

Center for Jewish Studies

Jacqueline Adams, Project Scientist Center for Jewish Studies
(1) Jewish Refugees' Flight from the Holocaust through France and Spain: Collect Data for a Research Article and an Online Exhibition (Open)

Center for Law, Energy and the Environment

Ethan Elkind, Director Center for Law, Energy and the Environment
(1) ClimateBreak Assistant Producer (Open)

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Kara Nelson, Professor Civil and Environmental Engineering
(1) Microbial Impacts of Transitioning to Direct Potable Reuse Water Systems (Open)
(2) Wastewater monitoring for SARS-CoV-2 in California (Open)

Classics

Donald J. Mastronarde, Professor Classics
(1) Editing the Scholia to Euripides (Open)
(2) Gaspar Stiblinus's edition of Euripides (1562) (Open)
Kim Shelton, Professor Classics
(1) Nemea Center for Classical Archaeology, Database and Archive (Open)
(2) Petsas House: archaeological excavation and research in Mycenae, Greece (Full- no new appr needed)

Comparative Literature

Sophie Volpp, Professor Comparative Literature
(1) Preservation of Rare Books in Republican China/Objects of Western Import in Eighteenth Century China (Open)

Data Sciences, Division of

Anthony Suen, Data Science Fellow Data Sciences, Division of
(1) Data Science Discovery Program (Open)
(2) Data Science Education Program Student Teams Opportunities (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Data Science Peer Advising Opportunities (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Division of Data Science and Information Internal Operations Opportunities (Full- no new appr needed)

Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine

Sam Goldman, Professor Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine
(1) Improving the environmental health trajectories of pregnant people and their children through communications, health literacy and translational sciences (Open)

Comparative Literature

Timothy Hampton, Professor Comparative Literature
(1) Undergraduate Humanities Writer (Open)
(2) Poetry and Music: Leonard Cohen (Full- no new appr needed)

Economics

Stefano DellaVigna, Professor Economics
(1) Early-Stage Research in Behavioral Economics and Applied Micro (Open)
(2) Forecasting Effects of Development Interventions (Full- no new appr needed)
Ulrike Malmendier, Professor Economics
(1) Research in Behavioral Economics and Behavioral Finance (Open)
(2) (Ancient) Law and its Role for Financial and Economic Development (Or: Business Corporations in the Roman Republic) (Open)

Education

Erin Murphy-Graham, Professor Education
(1) Improving instructional practice through systematic classroom observation and coaching: Teacher Instructional Practices and Processes System (TIPPS) in Honduras (Open)
Alan Schoenfeld, Professor Education
(1) Teaching for Robust Understanding of Mathematics (TRU) (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Towards a critical-mathematical consciousness: Understanding the construction of a counterspace for prospective maestras Mexicanas (Open)
Tesha Sengupta-Irving, Professor Education
(1) Strengthening Bridges: Co-Designing a Summer Math Bridge Program (Open)
Michelle Wilkerson, Professor Education
(1) Computer Science for Racial Justice project (previously known as Python Developer for Anticolonial Educational Video Game). (Open)
(2) Writing Data Stories - Creating Dataset Dashboards for Middle and High School Data Science Education (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Writing Data Stories - Website and Materials Design and Development (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Support mathematical reasoning, argumentation, and interest through participation in mathematical proving (Full- no new appr needed)
Mark Wilson, Professor Education
(1) Critical Reasoning for College Readiness (CR4CR) (Open)

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Brian A. Barsky, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) Aberration Compensated Displays for Personalized Vision Correction (Open)
(2) Assistive Technology for Cursor Control (Navigation, Selection, Pointing, and Clicking) by Capturing Hand Movements (Open)
Sayeef Salahuddin, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) Spin Transfer torque Devices as an emerging non volatile memory technology (Open)
(2) Negative Capacitance for Ultra Low Power MOSFETs (Open)
(3) Algorithms and Hardware for Next Generation AI (Open)
Carlo Sequin, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) Joint Interactive and Procedural Modeling of Free-Form Shapes in JIPCAD (Open)
Dawn Song, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) Open-Source secure hardware enclaves on RISC-V (Open)
(2) New techniques and applications in deep-learning and machine learning for security (Open)
(3) Privacy preserving machine learning (Open)
(4) Blockchain and smart contracts (Open)
Laura Waller, Professor Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
(1) computational imaging and microscopy (Open)

Emeriti Academy

John E Swartzberg, Professor Emeriti Academy
(1) Data mining to promote a better understanding of the Covid-19 pandemic on the UC Berkeley campus (Open)

English

Sarah Thornton, Scholar-in-Residence English
(1) Uplifting Sagas: The Top Half of Women’s Liberation (Open)
Bryan Wagner, Professor English
(1) Research with Historical Records at Whitney Plantation Museum of Slavery (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Translating Slave Testimonies from French and Spanish (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Collecting and Annotating Archival Materials on New Orleans History and Culture (Open)
(4) Researching African American Newspapers from the Civil War and Reconstruction (Full- no new appr needed)

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Rodrigo Almeida, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Biology and identification of emerging plant pathogens (Open)
(4) Determinants of Xylella fastidiosa host specificity (Full- no new appr needed)
Carl Boettiger, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Data science approaches to ecological forecasting and decision making (Open)
(2) Data Science Software Development with Applications to Ecology and Environmental Science (Open)
Justin Brashares, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Ecological Outcomes of Cannabis Legalization (Open)
(2) Wildlife Responses to California Wildfires (Open)
(3) Wildlife in wine country: how do predator-prey interactions change in an increasingly fenced world? (Full- no new appr needed)
Gordon Frankie, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Creating Native Bee Habitat in California Orchards (Open)
Christy Getz, Cooperative Extension Specialist Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Local government, control, and equity in CA agriculture (Open)
Rosemary Gillespie, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Adaptive Radiation, Speciation, and Community Assembly in Hawaiian Spiders and Insects (Open)
(2) Neurosensory environments shift spider predation behavior (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Insect and Spider Diversity Along a Habitat Modification Gradient in Hawaiʻi (Open)
(4) Genomics of repeated evolution in Hawaiian spiders (Full- no new appr needed)
Patina Mendez, Lecturer Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Species distribution modeling with Caddisflies (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Freshwater aquatic insects of Strawberry Creek (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Museum Studies of Trichoptera (Caddisflies) (Open)
(4) Aquatic Insects of Intermittent Streams (Open)

Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues

Peter Nelson, Professor, Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues
(1) Indigenous Environmental Stewardship, Cultural Landscapes, and Heritage Preservation (Open)
(2) SF Bay Area Ohlone Cultural Heritage Management Database (Open)

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

George Roderick, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Monarch butterflies in East Bay Gardens: Impacts of native and non-species on seasonality, life history patterns, and predation of Monarch caterpillars (Open)
(2) Arthropod ecology and evolution on Pacific Islands: insects, spiders, invasive species (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Arthropods and the fate of root carbon in the rhizophere (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Arthropod biodiversity of islands of French Polynesia and Hawaii (Current Term Now Closed)
Albert Ruhi Vidal, Professor Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Effects of climate change on Sierra Nevada stream food webs (Open)
(2) Seasonal Monitoring and Experimental Evaluations of Aquatic Food Webs in Pinnacles National Park (Open)
(3) Influence of tidal marsh restoration on aquatic food webs of the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta (Open)
(4) The Potential for Wastewater Effluent to Restore Coastal Stream Ecosystems in Southern California (Open)
Jennifer Sowerwine, Cooperative Extension Specialist Environmental Science, Policy and Management
(1) Marketing Support and Technical Assistance for Small-Scale Farmers in the Bay Area (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Food Diversity: Biological and Cultural Contributions to Cuisines of the World (Open)
(3) Karuk Agroecosystem Resilience Initiative: Botanical focused research and herbarium specimen mounting (Full- no new appr needed)

Essig Museum of Entomology

Peter Oboyski, Sr. Museum Scientist Essig Museum of Entomology
(1) Photographing Bees (Open)
(2) Insect and spider survey of Sulawesi (Indonesia) (Open)
(3) Habitat restoration to promote native insects (Open)
(4) Walkingstick insect colony wranglers (Full- no new appr needed)

Gender and Women's Studies

Sarah Thornton, Scholar-in-Residence Gender and Women's Studies
(1) Uplifting Sagas: The Top Half of Women’s Liberation (Open)

Geography

Desiree Fields, Professor Geography
(1) Housing justice and the University of California (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Tracing the Evolution of Corporate Landlords (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) The Archive of Urban Futures (Open)
Robert Rhew, Professor Geography
(1) Soils and atmospheric chemistry (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Air quality measurements using laser based instrument (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Mapping agricultural pesticide usage in California (Open)
(4) Snow and climate data in the Central Sierra (Open)
Nathan Sayre, Professor Geography
(1) Transformation of Unregulated Cannabis Cultivation in California (Open)
Clancy Wilmott, Professor Geography
(1) Building Partnerships for Participatory, Collaborative and Community Mapping (Open)
(2) The Map Is the Territory: Machine Learning + Computer Vision as a Different Cartography (Open)

German

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

Globalization and Information Technology,Berkeley Center for (IGS)

Michel Laguerre, Professor Globalization and Information Technology,Berkeley Center for (IGS)
(1) Digital Surveillance of Global Metropolitan Neighborhoods (Open)

Hearst Museum of Anthropology

Lauren Kroiz, Professor Hearst Museum of Anthropology
(1) Encouraging Deep Learning about Culture at the Hearst Museum of Anthropology: Studies of Our Visitors and Surrounding Community (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Marketing and Design Apprenticeship (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Registration Apprenticeship (Open)

Human Rights Center

HRC Lab, Human Rights Center
(1) Human Rights Investigations Lab (Open)

Information, School of

David Bamman, Professor Information, School of
(1) Reading and annotating novels (in English, Spanish, Russian, German or Japanese) for NLP (Open)
(2) NLP and online communities (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Developing BookNLP for English, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, and German (Open)
(4) Modeling variation and change in language with NLP (Open)

School of Information and Education

Zachary Pardos, Professor School of Information and Education
(1) Supporting undergraduate decision making with big data and adaptive technologies (Open)
(2) Expanding a free content library for an open-source adaptive tutoring system (Open)

Institute for Research on Labor and Employment

Yu-Ling Chang, Professor Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
(1) Racial Equity in the TANF Service Delivery Path to Family Stability and Self-Sufficiency (Open)

Institute for the Study of Societal Issues

Robin Marsh, Senior Researcher Institute for the Study of Societal Issues
(1) An Equitable and Sustainable Generational Transition in the Agriculture-Food System through Entry by New and Aspiring Farmers and Rural Revitalization: Policies and Perspectives from Europe/Spain and the United States/California (seeking student to focus on Spanish component of research) (Open)
(2) An Equitable and Sustainable Generational Transition in the Agriculture-Food System through Entry by New and Aspiring Farmers and Rural Revitalization: Policies and Perspectives from Europe/Spain and the United States/California (seeking student to focus on the U.S./California component of the research) (Open)
Stephen Small, Professor Institute for the Study of Societal Issues
(1) Black Lives @ Cal (Open)

Institute for Urban and Regional Development

Moira O'Neill, Professor Institute for Urban and Regional Development
(1) Rethinking School Lunch (Open)
(2) Cannabis and Land Use Legal Research (Open)
(3) Housing and Land Use Legal Research (Open)

Integrative Biology

Annaliese Beery, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Behavioral neuroscience research on affiliative social behavior in voles (Open)
Mike Boots, Professor Integrative Biology
(3) How interactions between spatial structure and genetic diversity impact virus evolution (Open)
Roy Caldwell, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Behavior of Stomatopod Crustaceans (Open)
(2) The development and early behavior of octopuses. (Full- no new appr needed)
Robert Dudley, Professor Integrative Biology
(2) Hummingbird Dietary Preference for Fermented Nectar (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) How do arboreal lizards glide? (Open)
(4) Hummingbird Flight Performance in the Tropics (Full- no new appr needed)
Seth Finnegan, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Using the recent fossil record to reconstruct human impacts on marine ecosystems (Open)
(2) Environmental and Ecological Change in Coastal Marine California from the Pleistocene to today (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Effects of the Uplift of the Isthmus of Panama on the Ecology, Evolution, and Extinction of Mollusks (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Understanding the links between climate change and extinction: a deep-time perspective (Full- no new appr needed)
Mimi Koehl, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Biomechanics of how organisms interact with their physical environments: How how protozoan predators and prey swim and interact, turbulent water flow and waves in the ocean affect marine organisms, and more... (Open)
Juan Liu, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Lateral line sensory system in fish, tetrapods, and water-land transitional species (Open)
(2) Scientific illustration for research in paleoichthyology (Open)
(3) Anatomical adaptations for underwater sound conduction in penguins (Open)
Cynthia Looy, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Behavioral ecology of 100-million-year-old terrestrial arthropods (Open)
(2) When the South Pole turned green: reconstructing high-latitude vegetation change in the Permian of Gondwana (Open)
(3) Trends in plant diversity and ecology in the Carboniferous tropics (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Using fossils to better understand periods of global warming in Earth’s past (Full- no new appr needed)
Charles Marshall, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Isolating and documenting 385-million-year-old microarthropod fossils from organic residue (Open)
Brent Mishler, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Floristic checklist and taxon richness of alien flora in West Africa (Open)
(2) Presentation of Scientific Findings (Full- no new appr needed)
Mary E. Power, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Food webs in rivers and watersheds/Eyes on the Eel (Open)
(2) Distribution and toxicity of cyanobacteria in rivers of the California North Coast (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Phenology of Stream Food Webs for Juvenile Salmonids in Northern California (Full- no new appr needed)
Carl Rothfels, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Text analysis -- Extract Flora (Open)
Ellen Simms, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Global biogeography of Rhizobium bacteria (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Have invasive rhizobia escaped their bacteriophage enemies? And how prevalent are prophages in rhizobia? (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Do rhizobia adapt to herbicide exposure? (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Plant-Microbiome Co-Occurrence (Open)
Rebecca Tarvin, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Experimental evolution of toxic flies (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Imperiled frog morphology (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) A review of amphibian chemical defenses (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) A review of symbiotic marine invertebrates in California (Open)
Jack Tseng, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Biomechanical simulations of the evolutionary transition from toothed to toothless in cetacean mammals (whales and dolphins). (Open)
(2) Evolution of the first terrestrial large mammals after the extinction of non-avian dinosaurs (Open)
(3) Disentangling the genetic, biomechanical, and deep-time factors underlying mammalian skeletal diversity (Open)
(4) Biomechanical specialization in seal jaws for different feeding strategies (Open)
Jose Pablo Vazquez-Medina, Professor Integrative Biology
(1) Role of lung peroxiredoxin 6 in ferroptosis (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Fasting-associated changes in elephant seal blubber and muscle during postnatal development (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Developing ex vivo tissue culture systems for marine megafauna (Open)
(4) Impact of acute and chronic glucocorticoid exposure on cellular oxidative stress (Full- no new appr needed)

Journalism

Elena Conis, Professor Journalism
(1) Pesticides and Public Understanding of Science (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) The Personal Belief Exemption to Vaccination in Context (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Measles: A Global History (Open)

Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning

Matt Kondolf, Professor Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
(1) The evolution of degraded and restored stream channels in meadows of the Sierra Nevada Range, CA (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Remote sensing of riparian meadow plant phenology and groundwater availability across hydrogeomorphic process zones in Sierran montane meadows. (Open)
(3) Living Creek Corridors for Contra Costa County: Interactive, Online Mapping of “Fifty-Year Plan” Opportunities in Walnut Creek (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Life-Cycle Assessment of Concrete in Structures, SF Bay (Full- no new appr needed)

Latinx Research Center

Angela Marino, Professor Latinx Research Center
(1) Journal Podcast Research, URAP Project Assistant (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Critical Perspectives on Democracy in the American Hemisphere: A Study on Political Formation, Performance, and Popular Culture through interdisciplinary research focusing on Latinx Americas. (Open)
Laura E. Pérez, Professor Latinx Research Center
(1) LRC Podcast Production Apprentice (Open)
(2) Revista N’oj Editorial Apprentice (Open)
(3) LRC Faculty Research Apprentice (Open)
(4) LRC Decolonial Knowledges Research Initiative Apprentice (Full- no new appr needed)

Law

Lauren Edelman, Professor Law
(1) Corporate Transparency on Surveillance (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Work Law and Social Movements: The Fault Lines Stitched in the Patchwork Quilt (Open)
Sean Farhang, Professor Law
(1) Judicial Opinions from U.S. Court of Appeals on Issues Affecting Access to the Civil Justice System (Open)
(2) The Congressional Choice of Courts versus Agencies to Implement Law (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Media Coverage of the Supreme Court (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Who Governs the Federal Reserve? The Reserve Banks and the Politics of Central Bank Appointments (Full- no new appr needed)
David Oppenheimer, Professor Law
(1) The Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law (Open)

Legal Studies

Jonathan Marshall, Director Legal Studies
(1) Understanding Change in 18th and 19th Century English Criminal Law with Text Data Mining (Open)

Linguistics

Mikkelsen Line, Professor Linguistics
(1) Oqaatsinut misigisimaneq `language feeling': Creating a syntactically annotated database of Kalaallisut (West Greenlandic) examples from the linguistics literature (Open)
Hannah Sande, Professor Linguistics
(1) Investigating ideophones in Guébie, an endangered Kru language of Côte d'Ivoire (Open)
Eve Sweetser, Professor Linguistics
(1) Co-speech gestures accompanying use of conditionals and modals (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Integrated metaphor description project - metaphors for cancer and cancer treatment. (Open)

Mechanical Engineering

Alice Agogino, Professor Mechanical Engineering
(1) Squishy Robotics: Rapidly Deployable Mobile Sensing Robots for Disaster Rescue, Remote Monitoring and Space Exploration (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Beyond Hands: Human-Centered Design Prosthetics for Music (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Design for the Future: 3 Projects Available: (1) theDesignExchange, (2) Security and Privacy in VR Systems, (3) Human-Centered Design and Cybersecurity (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Co-designing a culturally sensitive makerspace (Open)
Reza Alam, Professor Mechanical Engineering
(1) Experimental/theoretical/numerical studies of an innovative ocean wave energy converter (Open)
(2) Design, Fabrication and control of a swarm of underwater drones (Open)
(3) NASA Challenge: Design and Fabrication of a Surface Autonomous Vehicle for Emergency Response (SAVER) with UC Berkeley’s Water Bears Challenge Team (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Cable-Driven Robotic Arm using a BLDC Motor with Field Oriented Control (FOC) Technique (Full- no new appr needed)
Francesco Borrelli, Professor Mechanical Engineering
(1) Energy Efficient Controls for Connected Automated Vehicles (CAVs) (Open)
(2) Autonomous Rover for a Solar Field (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Intelligent modelling and control of vehicles in parking lots (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Autonomous Racing with the Berkeley Autonomous Race Car (Open)
Simo Makiharju, Professor Mechanical Engineering
(1) Air-water flows (Open)
Grace O'Connell, Professor Mechanical Engineering
(1) Biomechanics Research (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Creating Videos that Introduce Teens to Engineering and Dispel Common Myths (Open)

Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures

Laurie Pearce, Lecturer Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
(1) Ancient Texts, Modern Tools and Technologies (Open)

Molecular and Cell Biology

Dan Feldman, Professor Molecular and Cell Biology
(1) Use of deep learning tools for tracking mouse behavior to understand effects of movement and arousal state on neural activity in somatosensory cortex (Open)
Richard Harland, Professor Molecular and Cell Biology
(1) Tadpole from head to tail: Establishment of the AP axis and formation of the nervous system, in Xenopus (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Improving Animal Research Welfare (Open)
(3) A screen for genes that control shape change in the embryo (Open)
(4) Determining the possible functions of sleep in the jellyfish Cassiopea (Open)
John Kuriyan, Professor Molecular and Cell Biology
(1) CamKII signaling via reaction-diffusion waves (Open)
(2) Bcr-Abl kinase domain mutations, drug resistance, and the road to understand kinase activity (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Investigating DNA sliding clamp structural ensembles using simulation (Full- no new appr needed)
Eva Nogales, Professor Molecular and Cell Biology
(1) Structural analyses of novel ribonucleoproteins that function in antiviral immunity and genome transposition and their development into genome engineering tools (Open)
(2) Structural analysis of the Ska complex and its role in mediating end-on chromosome attachment with Ndc80 at microtubules (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Cryo-electron microscopy studies of DNA methylation complexes (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Structural analyses of microtubule plus end binding proteins and their role in regulating microtubule dynamics (Full- no new appr needed)
Ian Swinburne, Professor Molecular and Cell Biology
(1) How does the zebrafish eye develop the ability to manage pressure? (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Using live-organism imaging and genome-editing to discover how cells in developing organs eat (Open)

Museum of Paleontology

Diane Erwin, Senior Museum Scientist Museum of Paleontology
(1) Digitizing the fossil fern collections in the UC Museum of Paleontology. (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Digitizing and preserving the UC Museum of Paleontology Fossil Amber collection. (Open)

Museum of Vertebrate Zoology

Chris Conroy, Staff Curator Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
(1) Genomics of the California vole (Microtus californicus) and related rodents (Open)
(2) Evolution of the Trowbridge shrew (Open)
Michelle Koo, Staff Curator Museum of Vertebrate Zoology

150 Years of Women at Berkeley (more info)

(1) Biodiversity Informatics and GIS Apprenticeship at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Communication and Outreach apprenticeship (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Archives Apprentice at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (Open)
Jimmy McGuire, Professor Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
(1) Reconstructing the evolutionary history of scincid lizards on Sulawesi (Open)
(2) AmphibiaWeb: Cataloging amphibian species, traits, and taxonomy for conservation biology (Full- no new appr needed)
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)

Neuroscience

Reza Abbasi-Asl, Professor Neuroscience
(1) Stability driven interpretation and compression of neural networks (Open)
(2) Modeling and analysis of neural activity in visual cortex through the lens of machine learning (Open)
(3) Unsupervised pattern recognition in biomedical image data (Open)
(4) Multi-modal large-scale patient data analysis via interpretable statistical and machine learning tools (Open)

Nuclear Engineering

Bethany Goldblum, Research Engineer Nuclear Engineering
(1) Organic Scintillators for Fast Neutron Detection (Open)
(2) NucScholar: Natural Language Processing for Nuclear Science References (Open)
(3) Machine Learning Applications for Nuclear Security (Open)

Optometry

Lu Chen, Professor Optometry
(1) Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Blood and Lymphatic Vessel Formation (Open)
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 (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Feature detection and enhancement in peripheral vision (Open)
Karsten Gronert, Professor Optometry
(1) Role of lipid mediators in ocular innate and adaptive immune responses and neurodegeneration (Open)
(2) Mass Spectrometry-based lipidomic analysis (Open)
Dennis Levi, Professor Optometry
(1) Mechanisms of normal and amblyopic spatial vision (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Role of eye movements and behavior in virtual reality (Open)
(3) Role of eye movements in amblyopic spatial vision (Open)
(4) Recovery of 3D-depth perception for patients with degraded vision (amblyopia) (Full- no new appr needed)

Oral History Center of UC Berkeley

David Dunham, Project Manager Oral History Center of UC Berkeley
(1) Oral History Center Primary Source Metadata Project (Open)

Oral History Center

Amanda Tewes, Oral Historian Oral History Center
(1) Oral History Projects on Oral History Performance/Theater (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Oral History Projects on Conservation and Land Use Interviews (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Oral History Project and Podcast on Land Conservation (Open)

Physics

Michael F. Crommie, Professor Physics
(1) Fabrication and local probe characterization of hybrid molecule/graphene transistor (Open)
(2) Gate tunable TMDs on graphene device (Open)
Heather Gray, Professor Physics
(1) A new method to probe the coupling of the Higgs boson to charm quarks (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Developing new computing algorithms to find charged particles. (Open)
(3) Charm production measurements (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Explainable charm tagging for Higgs boson physics (Full- no new appr needed)
Kam-Biu Luk, Professor Physics
(1) Neutrino Physics (Open)
(2) Running MCMC simulations for neutrino oscillation analyses on HPC systems (Open)
Eric Y. Ma, Professor Physics
(1) All-digital high-performance microwave reflectometry (Open)
(2) Digital twin of a modern Physics/EE lab (Open)
(3) Open-source high-speed digital lock-in amplifier (Open)
Saul Perlmutter, Professor Physics
(1) Pipeline Scientist for Imaging-Polarimetry Survey of Type Ia Supernovae (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Finding (with Deep Learning) and Modeling Strong Gravitational Lenses (Open)
(3) Locating Historical Supernovae (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Public Editor: The Citizen Science Solution to Media Misinformation. DemoWatch Government Archives (Full- no new appr needed)
Marjorie Shapiro, Professor Physics
(1) Research on Precision Silicon Position Sensors for the LHC and Data Analysis and Simulation Studies for Present and Future Collider Experiments (Open)
(2) Imaging Lost Voices: High Resolution Optical Scanning of Historical Sound Recordings (Open)
(3) Restoration of Early Native American Sound Recordings (Open)
Haichen Wang, Professor Physics
(1) Search for New Physics via Analysis of Data Collected by the ATLAS Experiment at the LHC (Open)
(2) Development and validation of advanced numerical models for superconducting magnets (Open)
(4) Generator tuning with Uncertainties (Open)

Plant and Microbial Biology

Benjamin Blackman, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) Functional Genetics of Sunflower and Monkeyflower (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Genetics of Adaptation in Monkeyflowers (Open)
(3) Natural Variation in Developmental Timing and Morphology in Sunflower (Open)
(4) Genetics of Floral Pigmentation Patterns (Full- no new appr needed)
Steven Brenner, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) A unified analysis strategy for RNA-seq based differential gene expression and alternative slicing analysis (computational biology). (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Coevolution of nonsense-mediated mRNA decay and alternative splicing (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Automatic identification of protein domains (Open)
(4) Critical Assessment of Genome Interpretation (CAGI) (Full- no new appr needed)
Yangnan Gu, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) Engineering Nuclear Transport Receptor for Plant Resistance (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Exploring the function of a novel plant nuclear membrane protein (Open)
Ksenia Krasileva, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) Elucidating Fungal Immune Receptors (Open)
(2) Natural diversity of plant immune receptors (Open)
(3) Bioinformatics project on the adaptation of fungal plant pathogens to plant defenses (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Characterization of wheat mutants with enhanced resistance to yellow stripe rust (Open)
Jennifer Lewis, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) Plant innate immunity in response to bacterial pathogens (Open)
(2) Programming/engineering tools to understand plant-pathogen interactions (Full- no new appr needed)
Michi Taga, Professor Plant and Microbial Biology
(1) How do soil bacteria share nutrients? (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Bacterial gene regulation by vitamin B12 (Open)

Political Science

Vinod Aggarwal, Professor Political Science
(1) Superpower competition; middle powers in a world of superpowers (Open)
(2) Web Page and Publication Design (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Assistant Managing Editor, Business and Politics (Open)
(4) Sequencing Renewable Energy Policy Adoption and Implementation (Open)
Christopher Ansell, Professor Political Science
(1) The Post-Socialist European City: Archives in Translation (Open)
(2) Oversight in the European Union (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Quantitative Text Analysis and the European Union (Open)
Leonardo Arriola, Professor Political Science
(1) Human Rights Activism under Political Uncertainty (Open)
(2) The Burden of Proof: Barriers to Women in Party-Controlled Candidate Selection (Full- no new appr needed)
Pradeep Chhibber, Professor Political Science
(1) Religious and Ideological Diffusion in India: Expansion of Hindu Nationalism (Open)
(2) Can Technology reduce Poverty? Maybe. (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) The politics of urban encroachment: government responsiveness to complaints in Mumbai (Full- no new appr needed)
Lowell Dittmer, Professor Political Science
(3) The Rise of China (Open)
Sean Gailmard, Professor Political Science
(1) Presidential Unilateral Action and Separation of Powers (Open)
Gabriel Lenz, Professor Political Science
(1) Origins of High Rates of Police Homicides and Civilian Homicides in US Cities (Open)
(2) Variations in union democracy and union officer ideology (Open)
(3) The Racial Identity and Racial Attitudes of White Democrats (Open)
Michaela Mattes, Professor Political Science
(1) Program on Security Institutions and Violent Instability (Military) (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Peace Deals as Counterinsurgency: Explaining Variation in Military Power- Sharing (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Apologies in International Politics (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Program on Security Institutions and Violent Instability (Synthesizing data on militaries, paramilitaries, police, and constitutions) (Open)
Cecilia Mo, Professor Political Science
(1) Vulnerability to Forced Labor and Human Trafficking (Open)
(2) The Politics of History in Bangladeshi History Textbooks (Open)
(3) A Woman's War: Reassessing Narratives of Women in Conflict Worldwide (Open)
(4) Mental Health in Post-Conflict and Forced Migration Contexts (Open)
Alison Post, Professor Political Science
(1) Subnational Brazilian Everyday and Pandemic Politics (Open)
(2) The Politics of Policing Technologies: Tracking Technology Adoption in the State of California (Open)

Psychology

Sonia Bishop, Professor Psychology
(1) (1) Biased priors or inference in depressed and anxious individuals? (Full- no new appr needed)
(2)  Computational and neural investigation of influences of anxiety and depression on human decision making under uncertainty. (Open)
(3) Effort based decision-making (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Exploring the brain's response to faces using maps of the cortical surface (Full- no new appr needed)
Jan Engelmann, Professor Psychology
(1) Cooperation and Social Reasoning in Children (Open)
Alison Gopnik, Professor Psychology
(1) Development of Spacial Concepts in Children (Open)
(2) Social Causal Decision Making (Open)
(3) What's the point of play? (Open)
(4) Preschoolers' Competence with Functional Metaphors AND Child Development AI (Open)
Allison Harvey, Professor Psychology
(1) Community Implementation Study, 6-year follow-up of adolescent 'night owls' and an evaluation of a habit-based sleep health intervention, and Habit-based Sleep Health Intervention (‘HABITs’) (Open)
Richard Ivry, Professor Psychology
(1) Sensorimotor coordination in healthy and neurologically impaired humans (Open)
(2) Novel technologies for online studies of cognition in people with degenerative neurological disorders. (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Testing a novel non-invasive brain stimulation device to safely modulate human brain function (Open)
Sheri Johnson, Professor Psychology
(1) Emotion-related impulsivity and suicidality (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Learn to conduct fMRI scans (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Behavior and Mental Health (Open)
(4) Computer-based emotion regulation training (Open)
Mahesh Srinivasan, Professor Psychology
(1) Research on Children's Linguistic and Cognitive Development (Open)
(2) Computational Modeling of Child Language (Open)
(3)  Tracking Parent-Child Conversations During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Open)
(4) Studying the Origins of Word Meaning in Signed Languages (ASL proficiency preferred) (Open)
Fei Xu, Professor Psychology
(1) Research on Infants' and Children's Cognitive Development (Open)
Qing Zhou, Professor Psychology
(1) Language, Emotion, and Development Project (Psychology Department, Zhou Culture and Family Study Lab, UC-Berkeley) (Open)
(2) Kids and Family Project: A Longitudinal Study on Socio-emotional and Academic Development of Chinese American Children in Immigrant Families (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Grandparent Involvement in Childrearing (Fluent Cantonese Required) (Full- no new appr needed)

Public Health

Stefano M. Bertozzi, Professor Public Health
(1) Rapid Reviews COVID-19 (RR:C19) (Open)
Ronald Dahl, Professor Public Health
(1) Centering the Lived Experiences of Caregivers of Color Navigating Early Intervention (EI) Services for their Children (Open)
Lia Fernald, Professor Public Health
(1) Harmonizing Data on Grandparents and Child Development in Latin America (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Caregiver mental health, parenting practices, and early childhood development (Open)
(3) Impact evaluation of patient/pharmacy incentives for malaria care in Kenyan pharmacies (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Determining patterns of service usage by women victims of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in Brazil (Full- no new appr needed)
Brent Fulton, Associate Director Public Health
(1) Using Predictive Modeling to Identify Combinations of Factors Associated with Severe COVID-19 Complications (Open)
(2) Examination of Medicare Accountable Care Organizations and Hospitals in Rural Areas (Open)
(3) Health Insurance Investment Hazard (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Estimating the Impacts of Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions (Open)
Dan Gillette, Senior Research Scientist Public Health
(1) BPH Change Lab Community Assistance Project (Open)
(2) Stories of Transition (Open)
Jay Graham, Professor Public Health
(1) UTI Risk from Swimming in Recreational Waters Proximal to Wastewater Treatment Facilities (Open)

Public Health; Div of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology

Eva Harris, Professor Public Health; Div of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology
(1) Protection from dengue pathogenesis by targeting dengue virus nonstructural protein 1 (Open)
(2) The interplay between dengue virus and the human immune system (Open)
(3) Investigating molecular mechanisms of dengue virus NS1 disruption of the glycocalyx-like layer and barrier dysfunction of human endothelial cells (Open)
(4) Evaluation of the role and therapeutic potential of glycans in flavivirus NS1 mediated endothelial permeability & vascular leak (Full- no new appr needed)

Public Health

Susan Ivey, Professor Public Health
(1) Right Care Initiative (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Health coaching for people with uncontrolled hypertension - helping with lifestyle change (Open)
Fenyong Liu, Professor Public Health
(1) Studies of Nucleic Acid-based Agents for Inhibition of Viral Replication (Open)
Justin Remais, Professor Public Health
(1) Environmental, ecological and social dynamics of infectious diseases in a changing environment (Open)
(2) Understanding how agrochemicals influence the transmission of global parasitic diseases (Full- no new appr needed)
Jason Su, Associate Researcher Public Health
(1) Sources of On-Road Vehicle Emissions and their Impacts on Respiratory Disease Symptoms in California (Open)
(2) Impacts of train and port pollution and air toxics on respiratory symptoms and ED visits within vulnerable communities in Southern California (Open)
(3) Prediction of prevalence of the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in year 2050 for world countries (Full- no new appr needed)
Winston Tseng, Research Scientist Public Health
(1) Project 1: Safe Drinking Water and Risk Communication in the Central Valley (Please specify project(s) of interest in your application) (Open)
(2) Project 2: Evaluation of Hmong Cultural Center of Butte County Zoobiab Mental Health Program for Older Adults (Please specify project(s) of interest in your application) (Open)
(3) Project 3: Bay Area Pacific Islander Data Equity Project (Please specify project(s) of interest in your application) (Open)
(4) Project 4: Diabetes Reduction among Diverse Older Adults (African American, Hispanic) in Alameda County (Please specify project(s) of interest in your application) (Full- no new appr needed)

Public Policy

Rucker Johnson, Professor Public Policy
(1) Advancing Educational Opportunity to Redress Child Poverty and School Segregation (Open)

Rhetoric

Marianne Constable, Professor Rhetoric
(1) Chicago husband killing and the new unwritten law (Open)

Physics

Waqas Khalid, Associate Scientist Physics
(1) Nanotechnology Unleashed! (Open)

Slavic Languages and Literatures

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

Social Welfare

Jennifer Skeem, Professor Social Welfare
(1) Digital Communicator (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Reducing institutional violence (Open)

Sociology

Cybelle Fox, Professor Sociology
(1) Boundaries and Intersectional Meanings of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality among Asian and White American Spouses (Open)
(2) The Effects of Legal Status on Older Mexican Adults in the U.S. and Mexico (Full- no new appr needed)
Jerome Karabel, Professor Sociology
(1) American Exceptionalism and the Quality of Life: the United States in Historical and Comparative Perspective (Open)
Mara Loveman, Professor Sociology
(1) Large-Scale Infrastructure Projects, Land Policy, and Settler Colonialism in American State Formation: The Erie Canal, the Transcontinental Railroads, and the Hoover Dam (Open)
Samuel Lucas, Professor Sociology
(1) Logics of Solidarity Through The Movie Lens (Open)

Space Sciences Laboratory

Andreas Zoglauer, Staff Researcher Space Sciences Laboratory
(1) Pioneering new Data-Analysis Techniques for the next generation of gamma-ray space telescope with Machine Learning (Open)
(2) Improving the data-analysis pipeline of the COSI telescope with machine learning (Open)
Juan Carlos Martinez Oliveros Space Sciences Laboratory
(1) The Background and Transient Observer (BTO) for the Compton Spectrometer and Imager (COSI) (Open)
Raul Monsalve, Research Scientist Space Sciences Laboratory
(1) Techniques in Radio Cosmology Instrumentation (Open)
Mitsuo Oka, Research Scientist Space Sciences Laboratory
(1) High-Energy Particles at Shocks in Space (Open)
Oswald Siegmund, Research Physicist Space Sciences Laboratory
(1)  Photon Counting Detector Technology (Open)

Spanish and Portuguese

Candace Slater, Professor Spanish and Portuguese
(2) Journeys to Juazeiro: Shifting Legacies of a Brazilian Pilgrimage in the Time of the Coronavirus (Open)

UC San Francisco

Andy Chang, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Molecular mechanisms of oxygen sensing (Open)
(2) Identification of endogenous ligands for ectopic olfactory receptors (Open)
Jan Christoph, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Deep Learning Methods applied to High-Resolution Imaging in Cardiology (Open)
(2) Development of Computer Vision Techniques for use with a Multi-Camera Panoramic Fluorescence Imaging System for Imaging of Heart Rhythm Disorders (Open)
(3) Studying Tissue Dynamics during Heart Rhythm Disorders using Computer Simulations of Cardiac Electrophysiology and Soft-Tissue Mechanics (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 (Open)
Julian Hong, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Informatics for personalized cancer therapy (data science, machine learning, natural language processing, imaging analytics) (Open)
Guo Huang, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Molecular control of organ regeneration in zebrafish and mice (students from under-representative backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply) (Open)
Galateia Kazakia, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Bone structure and composition: a microCT and microFTIR study (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Investigating bone structure in clinical cohorts: biomedical image processing (Open)
Nathan Lo, Faculty Fellow UC San Francisco
(1) Modeling of infectious diseases to inform public health policy (Open)
Jason Nagata, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Informing screen time guidelines for adolescents using epidemiologic analysis of the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study (Open)
Youngho Seo, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Molecular imaging of cancer metabolism and data analysis (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Internship in Molecular Imaging Research (Open)
(3) Development of new radiation detector concept for imaging of alpha radiotherapy (Open)
Jae Ho Sohn, Professor UC San Francisco
(1) Big Data in Radiology Research (imaging biomarker discovery, natural language processing, value/workflow efficiency in cardio-thoracic imaging) (Open)

University and Jepson Herbaria

Klara Scharnagl, Specialist University and Jepson Herbaria
(1) Exploring the Lichen Symbiosis (Open)