UCI Faculty with Environment and Sustainability Interest

The following resource will give you a sense of the depth and breadth of UC Irvine faculty commitment to environmental and sustainability-related research. Together, the Office of Administrative and Business Services and Sustainability Initiative update the catalog each spring. Visit www.sustainability.uci.edu to access the 2014 catalog.

Name Title Home Department Research Type More Information
Steven D. Allison Assistant Professor Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Microbial Ecology, Global Change, Carbon Cycling
Craig L. Anderson Research Director, Center for Trauma and Injury Prevention Research Emergency Medicine Reducing the burden of Injury
John C. Avise Distinguished Professor Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Ecological and Evolutionary Genetics, Natural History, Conservation Biology
Francisco J. Ayala University Professor and Donald Bren Professor of Biological Sciences Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Evolutionary Genetics
Eman (Manny) Azizi Assistant Professor Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Muscle Biology, Locomotion, Biomechanics
Dean Baker Chief, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine and Director, UC Irvine Center for Occupational and Environmental Health and Professor of Pediatrics, Professor of Epidemiology Epidemiology environmental epidemiology, occupational epidemiology, occupational medicine, toxicology, children’s health, developmental toxicity, exposure: study design, occupational stress, asthma, pesticides, hazardous waste, environment, biological markers
Victoria Basolo Associate Professor Planning, Policy & Design housing planning and policy, economic and community development, urban disasters
Christopher W. Bauman Assistant Professor Business corporate social responsibility
Frank D. Bean Chancellor’s Professor Sociology racial and ethnic relations, economic sociology, family, international migration, demography
Albert Bennett Dean, School of Biological Sciences Ecology & Evolutionary Biology evolutionary and comparative physiology, the interaction of living things with their environments, particularly with regard to temperature and energy exchange
Marianne P. Bitler Associate Professor Economics labor economics, health economics, public economics, applied microeconomics
Donald R. Blake Professor Chemistry atmospheric chemistry
Bruce Blumberg Professor Development & Cell Biology gene regulation and intercellular signaling during embryonic development
Scott Bollens Professor Planning, Policy & Design social sustainability in politically and ethnically divided cities, sustainable land use policy and regional governance
Stephen C. Bondy Professor Family Medicine the potential role of toxic agents in the promotion of brain aging and neurological disease