Dr. Sos S. Agaian

Agaian, Sos Distinguished Professor

Sos S. Agaian, PhD in Mathematics, Dr, Engineering Science,  and is a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at College of Staten Island and the Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY). Prior to joining CUNY, Dr. Agaian was the Peter T. Flawn Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Read more..
Jane Alexander

Alexander, Jane Lecturer

My research objectives revolve around the themes of low-temperature geochemistry and sedimentology, the interpretation of natural chemical cycles within the Earth and the application of such processes to the evaluation and remediation of contaminated sediments. Recent research includes the modelling of pore fluid chemistry in subduction zone fluids, and interpretation Read more..
Alejandra del Carmen Alonso

Alonso, Alejandra del Carmen Professor

Tau is a key protein in many neurodegenerative diseases, like Alzheimer disease, Frontotemporal dementia, traumatic brain injury, like the one the football players have, to mention some. I have established my group at the College of Staten Island, where we are interested in understanding the process of tau-induced neurodegeneration in Read more..
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Antoniades, Neophytos (Neo) Professor, Chairman

Dr. Antoniades is now a Professor in the Engineering Science and Physics Department at The College of Staten Island, The City University of New York where he joined in September of 2003. Since 2014, Prof. Antoniades has been the chairman of the Department of Engineering Science and Physics leading the organization through tremendous student

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Cesar Arenas-Mena

Arenas-Mena, Cesar Associate Professor

Dr. Arenas-Mena initiated his research career studying the transcriptional regulatory systems that control the expression of water stress genes in plants. During his postdoctoral research at Caltech, he contributed to the characterization of the gene regulatory network that controls the specification of the endomesoderm in sea urchin embryos and he

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Probal Banerjee

Banerjee, Probal Professor

A. Early postnatal development of the hippocampus have been linked to various affective disorders in which the serotonergic system is most often impaired.  We have shown that signaling through the serotonin 1A receptor (5-HT1A-R) is essential for neonatal neurogenesis and synaptogenesis in the hippocampus, which may critically support affective normalcy in

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Alan Benimoff

Benimoff, Alan Lecturer

Dr. Alan Benimoff studies the petrogenesis of igneous, sedimentary and contact metamorphic rocks of the Newark Basin and the Staten Island Serpentinite. He is interested in studying chemical gradients in coexisting Basaltic and Trondhjemitic Magmas What are the relative diffusivities of these ions in the coexisting melts? Why didn't the Read more..
Louis E. Blois

Blois, Louis E. Lecturer

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Angelo Bongiorno

Bongiorno, Angelo Associate Professor

Angelo Bongiorno is an Associate Professor in Chemistry at College of Staten Island – CUNY. Prior to joining CSI in 2015, he earned a B.S. degree in Physics in 1995 from the University of Milan (Italy) with the highest honors (Summa Cum Laude), and a Ph.D. in Physics from the Read more..
Rebecca Chamberlain

Chamberlain, Rebecca Lecturer

Rebecca Chamberlain (lecturer) was appointed full-time lecturer in the Department of Biology in February of 2007. She has been an adjunct lecturer and substitute faculty member at CSI since 1998.  Ms. Chamberlain has taught and tutored at the elementary, middle, high school, and community college levels in public and private schools

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