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In rat models of drug addiction, we study suppression of the immune system, both systemically and in the brain, and measures of behavior in conjunction with the animal's emotional state, measured via ultrasonic vocalizations that rats emit. Because of the wide range of immunomodulatory effects of opioids and the ongoing opioid epidemic, it is imperative to have a better understanding of the immunosuppressive effects of opioid abuse.


Aresty Research Assistant
SAS - Psychology
Psychology, Addiction, Behavioral Pharmacology, Neuroscience


Can you imagine viewing our world through the Ironman's helmet? Do you want to build a helmet that can be used to solve the problem of environmental disasters? Students in this project will use a machine vision camera -- Hyperspectral Camera to survey the environment and develop computer programs to help recognize the evidence of environmental incidents, such as floods, pollution, and building energy uses.


Aresty Research Assistant
Engn - Civil & Environmental Engineering
Civil & Environmental Engineering, Computer Science (...)


This project is to analyze statistical patterns of climate change data and its impact on transportation infrastructure resilience and durability.


Aresty Summer Science
Engn - Industrial Engineering, SAS - Statistics
Probability and statistics , Climate Change


The project uses historic maps to identify streams which may have been lost, buried, moved or altered in ways that are not currently known. The historic maps, dating back to the eighteenth century, are digitized and georectified to allow the researchers to use them within a geographic information system. The maps are then compared with contemporary USGS NHD Plus stream data to identify places where the two sources diverged. Areas of great divergence are then further investigated with a combination (...)


Aresty Research Assistant
SEBS - Landscape Architecture
Environmental Policy, Geography, Landscape Architecture


The project uses historic maps to identify streams which may have been lost, buried, moved or altered in ways that are not currently known. The historic maps, dating back to the eighteenth century, are digitized and georectified to allow the researchers to use them within a geographic information system. The maps are then compared with contemporary USGS NHD Plus stream data to identify places where the two sources diverged. Areas of great divergence are then further investigated with a combination (...)


LSAMP SPRE
SEBS - Landscape Architecture
Environmental Policy, Geography, Landscape Architecture

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