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Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Cayce Paddock, M.D.

Adult psychiatry • Addiction psychiatry • Opioid epidemic

Jason Kirby, Ph.D.

Infrastructure implications after major flooding • Implications of the volume of rainfall • Difference between storm water sewage and drinking water systems • Damage to roads and foundations • Evacuation best practices • Insurance filing • Sustainability

Preterm neonates who are exposed to caffeine within the first seven days after birth showed reduced incidence and severity of acute kidney injuries than neonates who didn't.
For Lovelace, teaching CPR meant knowing his words could potentially save a life. He never imagined that life would be his own.
“As individuals age, it is important and healthy to stay active, and that activity might involve hobbies such as hunting and shooting,” said David Schwebel, a researcher at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Robert Blanton, Ph.D.

International political economy • Foreign policy • Human rights

Shannon Blanton, Ph.D.

International relations • Foreign policy • Human rights • Political violence • International political economy

This camp is designed for rising high school freshman and will be held Jun 11-15.
CORD Fifth Grade Summer Science Camps are designed for rising fifth and sixth grade students and will be held June 4-July 20.
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