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Navindra Seeram

This enthusiastic biomedical scientist has proven the health benefits of a variety of plant and berry foods and has shown the anti-oxidant mechanisms at work in other natural products such as maple syrup.
Areas of expertise: anti-oxidant properties of berries and maple syrup, berries, drugs, health benefits of natural products, medicines, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, pharmacy, sap

Yang Shen

Director of the URI Seismology Lab, he has conducted research on earthquakes in Iceland, China, Tibet and elsewhere around the world, as well as those at mid-ocean ridges.
Areas of expertise: earthquakes, environment, science, technology

Manbir Sodhi

Dr. Sodhi studies driving distractions, including cell phone use, by studying the eye movement of drivers.
Areas of expertise: automobiles, cars, cell phone use while driving, driving distractions, mobile, technology, telephone

Jackie Sparks

Sparks was the co-investigator of the largest clinical study of couples to date in 2009, when she found that client-directed feedback reduced the likelihood of divorce by 46 percent.
Areas of expertise: development, families, family therapy, marriage therapy, relationships, services

Mary Sullivan

A research scientist at Women and Infants Hospital, she conducts the longest running U.S. study of premature infants, who are now 23 years old.
Areas of expertise: babies, children, maternal child health nursing, medicine, premature infant development