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Research Projects Awarded by ADVANCE 2005-06

Department

Name

Research Title

Occupational Therapy

Prof. Carmen Colón Roure

Praxis del Modelo de Servicio de Terapia Ocupacional en Salud Mental

Biology

Prof. Deborah Parrilla

Influencia del manglar y praderas de hierbas marinas en el ciclo de vida de la ictiofauna del arrecife

Chemistry

Prof. Ileana Nieves

Spectroelectrochemical and Electrochemical Characterization of Short Lived Intermediates of Trycyclic Antidepressive Drugs

Social Sciences

Prof. María de L. Lara

 Al margen de los márgenes: indicadores de transdisciplinariedad en la relación universidad-comunidad

Social Sciences

Prof. Mayte Mulero

 Destapando la lata de atún: Experiencias laborales de mujeres en las redes del desempleo permanente

Physics and Electronics

 Prof. Natalia Zimbovskaya

Electronic Transport in Macromolecules

Social Sciences

Prof. Roberto Mori 

Dinámicas de poder social de mujeres en organizaciones sociales

Biology

 Prof. Sylvia M. Vélez

Study of anatomical structures and sexual reproduction in Galaxaura rugosa (Nemaliales, Rhodophyta)


   Research Projects Awarded by ADVANCE 2004-05

Department

Name

Research Title

Chemistry

Prof. Ileana Nieves

Electrochemical Studies and Spectroelectrochemical Characteruzation of Short Lived Intermediates of Tricyclic Antidepressive Drugs

Physics

Prof. Natalya Zimbovskaya

Electronic Transport in Macromolecules

Physics

Neliza León

(Faculty in Training Student)

Electric properties of tin oxide fibers

Social Sciences

Prof. María D. Mulero

Globalization, Worker Displacement and the Development of Economic Survival Strategies Among Female Tuna Workers inPuerto Rico.  Second Part-A Brief Examination of Men’s Experience.


Research Projects Awarded by ADVANCE 2003-04

Department

Name

Research Title

Biology

Prof. Isabel Cintrón

Assessing the Prokaryotic Diversity of Solar Salterns in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico

Biology

Prof. Deborah Parrilla

Effect of Temperature and Ultraradiation in the Expression of Stress Proteins in the Coral Diploria labyrinthiformis

Biology

Prof. Esther S. Vega

Development of PNA Sequences in the Detection of Salmonella

Biology

Prof. Sylvia Vélez

Life History of Helminthora sp.nov. (Nemaliales, Rhodophyta)

Biology

María Vega, Faculty in Training student

Chemistry

Prof. Ileana Nieves

Electrochemical Studies and Characterization of Short Lived Intermediates of Tricyclic Anti-depressive Drugs

Chemistry

Prof. Mirna Rivera

Metalación de Derivados de Ferroceno

Mathematics

Prof. Evelyn Torres

  Método FOSLS (First Order System Least Squares) con Mallas Sobrepuestas

Mathematics

Prof. Ivelisse Rubio

Interleavers of Turbo Codes Constructed Using Permutation Monomials

Physics

Milca I. Aponte

( Faculty in Training student)

Social Sciences

Prof. Maria de L. Lara

Community Education from a Social Communitary Focus

Social Sciences

Prof. María D. Mulero

Globalization, Worker Displacement and the Development of Economic Survival Strategies Among Female Tuna Workers in Puerto Rico.