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  • Finelli, Kevin (2013)
    <p>A simultaneous measurement of three Standard Model cross-sections using 4.7 inverse femtobarns of proton-proton collision data at a center-of-mass energy of 7 TeV is presented. Collision data were collected using the ...
  • Bone, Audrey Jayne (2015)
    <p>As the production and use of nanoparticles (NPs) has increased, so has concern over their effects on the environment and aquatic organisms. While the majority of research on the toxicity of NPs has been performed using ...
  • Anderson, Ryan Berger (2007-05-02)
    Bacterial DNA is immunostimulatory, and the motifs responsible for this activity are unmethylated CpG dinucleotides. Following cellular uptake, CpG-containing oligodeoxynucleotides (CpG ODN) are trafficked to the endosome ...
  • Dickinson, Katherine Lee (2008-04-25)
    Diarrhea and malaria are two of the most devastating public health threats in the developing world, resulting in millions of childhood deaths each year. Part of the challenge in addressing these threats arises from the ...
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    The T2K experiment observes indications of ν(μ) → ν(e) appearance in data accumulated with 1.43×10(20) protons on target. Six events pass all selection criteria at the far detector. In a three-flavor neutrino oscillation ...
  • Gutnik, Tatiana (2011)
    <p>"Indirect Reflections" is a four-channel electro-acoustic composition. I explore in it the advantages that electronic composition offers to the music for dance. Specifically, I have been focusing on the possibility of ...
  • Zhang, Xu (2017)
    <p>Spiking neural networks have been used to investigate the mechanisms of processing</p><p>in biological neural circuits or to propose hypotheses that can be tested in exper-</p><p>iments. Because of their biological ...
  • Nikolova, Yuliya (2014)
    <p>The goal of this dissertation is two-fold: 1) to identify novel biological pathways implicating individual differences in reward and threat processing in the emergence of risk and resilience for psychopathology, 2) to ...
  • Detloff, Allison Marie (2016)
    <p>Regulatory focus theory (RFT) proposes two different social-cognitive motivational systems for goal pursuit: a promotion system, which is organized around strategic approach behaviors and "making good things happen," ...
  • Sauermann, Henry (2008-04-24)
    Applied economists and strategy scholars have examined a variety of firm-level factors that may explain the level and direction of firms' innovative effort and performance, including firms' profit incentives. Innovation ...
  • Bostic, Amie (2016)
    <p>This dissertation is a three-part analysis examining how the welfare state in advanced Western democracies has responded to recent demographic changes. Specifically, this dissertation investigates two primary relationships, ...
  • Davies, Robert (2017)
    <p>This dissertation develops several techniques for conducting estimation and inference in non-standard econometric settings. It does so with a particular interest in applying these methods to applications in financial ...
  • Chen, Haojun (2011)
    <p>The problem of learning a latent model for sparse or low-dimensional representation of high-dimensional data has attracted significant attention for many years. This thesis focuses on learning latent models for sparse ...
  • Markowitz, Geoffrey Joseph (2015)
    <p>Liver cancer is a devastating disease that is the 5th most common cancer in men, 7th most common cancer in women, and the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related mortality. This disease arises from multiple etiological ...
  • Holl, Thomas Matthew (2010)
    <p>Several HIV-1 neutralizing antibodies (e.g. 2F5, 4E10) have been shown to react with self-antigens, suggesting that effective humoral responses to HIV-1 may be constrained by the tolerization of HIV-reactive B cells ...
  • Wofford, Kenneth Arthur (2012)
    <p>Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is common, chronic, and associated with greater risk of postoperative mortality in veterans. Therefore, the purpose of this dissertation was to determine if elective outpatient ...
  • Ritchey, Maureen (2011)
    <p>Emotion is known to influence multiple aspects of memory formation, which may include the initial encoding of the memory trace, its consolidation over time, and the efficacy of its retrieval. However, prior investigations ...
  • Miller, Hilary Dawn (2011)
    <p>Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are ubiquitous and often act as xenoestrogens with the ability to disrupt estrogen signaling through differential binding to the various estrogen receptors. Exposure to these ...
  • Burghardt, Liana T. (2015)
    <p>This dissertation examines the processes that generate phenotypic variation in life cycles in seasonal environments. Collectively, a life cycle describes the stages an organism passes through during a generation. The ...
  • Cammen, Kristina Marstrand (2014)
    <p>The capacity of marine organisms to adapt to natural and anthropogenic stressors is an integral component of ocean health. Harmful algal blooms (HABs), which are one of many growing threats in coastal marine ecosystems, ...