Faculty Publications

 

School of Science Publications

Recent Publications by Faculty in the School of Science (2015)

Kristen Beck (Mathematics and Computer Science): “Augmented generalized happy functions,” by B. Baker Swart, Kristen A. Beck, S. Crook, C. Eubanks-Turner, H. G. Grundman, M. Mei, and L. Zack, to appear in the Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics (2015).

Kristen Beck (Mathematics and Computer Science): “On the image of the totaling functor,” by Kristen Beck, in Communications in Algebra Vol. 43, no. 4, pp1640-1653 (2015).

Carla Bossard (Biology): “New patterns of establishment and growth of Picea, Abies and Betula tree species in subalpine forest gaps of Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve, Sichuan, southwestern China in a changing environment,” by Carla Bossard, Yutao Cao, Jiayuan Wang, Ashley Rose, Ya Tang,  in Forest Ecology and Management,  Available online 9 September 2015; doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.07.032. [Note: Ashley Rose was a Saint Mary’s student].

Edward Boyda (Physics and Astronomy): “A Semiautomated Probabilistic Framework for Tree-Cover Delineation from 1- m NAIP Imagery Using A High-Performance Computing Architecture,” by S. Basu, et al., in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 53:10, 5690 (2015). 

Joel Burley (Chemistry):  “Surface ozone in the Lake Tahoe Basin,” by Burley, J. D., Bytnerowicz, A., Zielinska, B., Schilling, S., in Atmospheric Environment 109, pp. 351-369 (2015).

Joel Burley (Chemistry):  “The Nevada Rural Ozone Initiative (NVROI): Insights to understanding air pollution in complex terrain,” by Gustin, M.S., Fine, R., Miller, M., Jaffe, D., Burley, J.,.  Science of the Total Environment 530, pp. 455-470 (2015).

Joel Burley (Chemistry):  “Variability and sources of surface ozone at rural sites in Nevada, USA:  Results from two years of the Nevada Rural Ozone Initiative,” by Fine, R., Miller, M.B., Burley, J., Jaffe, D.A., Pierce, R.B., Lin, M., Gustin, M.S., in Science of the Total Environment 530, pp. 471-482 (2015).

Vidya Chandrasekaran (Biology):  “Drosophila Muller F Elements Maintain a Distinct Set of Genomic Properties Over 40 Million Years of Evolution,” with Wilson Leung (primary author) and Participating Students and Faulty of the Genomics Education Partnership, in G3 vol. 5 no. 5; 719-740, May 1, 2015.  [Note: the author list includes the following Saint Mary’s students: Christopher Beck, Kristen R. Hatfield, Douglas A. Herrick, Christopher B. Khoury, Charlotte Lea, Christopher A. Louie, Shannon M. Lowell, Thomas J. Reynolds, Jeanine Schibler, Alexandra H. Scoma, Maxwell T. Smith-Gee, Sarah Tubert]

Vidya Chandrasekaran (Biology): “Reactive oxygen species are involved in BMP-induced dendritic growth in cultured rat sympathetic neurons,” by Vidya Chandrasekaran, Lea C, Sosa JC, Higgins D, in Mol Cell Neurosci. 2015 Jul; 67:116-25; doi: 10.1016/j.mcn.2015.06.007; Epub 2015 Jun 14. [Note: Charlotte Lea was a Saint Mary’s Student]

Andrew Conner (Mathematics and Computer Science): “Some non-Koszul algebras from rational homotopy theory,” by A. Conner and P. Goetz, in the Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society (2015) 47 (3): 473-482; doi: 10.1112/blms/bdv019.

Douglas Long (Biology): “A new clade of putative plankton-feeding sharks from the Upper Cretaceous of Russia and the United States,” by Shimada K,  Popov EV, Siversson M, Welton B, and Douglas Long, in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 35(5), 13 pp. (2015); DOI:10.1080/02724634.2015.981335.  See story from National Geographic: http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2015/09/17/false-megamouth-shark-pioneered-the-plankton-feeding-lifestyle

Douglas Long (Biology) “Etmopterus benchleyi, new species of the deep-sea lantern shark (Chondrichthyes: Squaliformes, Etmopteridae) from the eastern central Pacific,” by V. Vasquez, D.A. Ebert DA., and D. Long in the Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation 17:1-8 (2015).

Douglas Long (Biology) “Redescription of Hydrolagus africanus (Gilchrist, 1922) (Chimaeriformes: Chimaeridae), with a review of Southern African chimaeroids and a key to their identification,” by Walovich KA, Ebert DA, Doug Long, and Didier DA., to appear in the African Journal of Marine Science 37(2):157-165 (2015).

Michael Marchetti (Biology): “Freshwater ecosystems and biodiversity,” by Nathaniel P. Hitt, Lisa K. Bonneau, Kunjuraman V. Jayachandran, and Michael P. Marchetti, in Lessons in Conservation 5: pp5-16, January, 2015.

Michael Marchetti (Biology): “Non-Indigenous Fishes and their Role in Freshwater Fish Imperilment,” by Vander Zanden, M.J., N.W.R. Lapointe, M.P. Marchetti,  in Conservation of Freshwater Fishes, Cambridge University Press, Gerard P Closs, Martin Krkosek, and Julian D Olden (Editors), 586 pp., 2015.

Kit Ng (Biology): “Characterizing blood-brain barrier perturbations after exposure to human triglyceride-rich lipoproteins lipolysis products at 7 Tesla in rat model,” by Kit Fai Ng, Anderson S., Mayo, P.M., Aung H.H., Walton J.H., and Rutledge J.C., in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Oct. 20, 2015.

Kit Ng (Biology): “HDL-Apolipoprotein A-I Exchange is Independently Associated with HDL Cholesterol Efflux Capacity,” by Mark S. Borja, Kit F. Ng, Angela Irwin, Jaekyoung Hong, Xing Wu, Daniel Isquith, Xue-Qiao Zhao, Bryan Prazen, Virginia Gildengorin, Michael N. Oda, and Tomáš Vaisar, in the Journal of Lipid Research (August 7, 2015); doi: 10.1194/jlr.M059865.

Kit Ng (Biology): “MRI measurement of blood-brain barrier transport with a rapid acquisition refocused echo (RARE) method,” by Walton J.H., Ng F.K., Anderson S.E., and Rutledge J.C., in  Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Vol. 463, Issue 7, pp479-482 (2015 May 19); doi: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2015.05.034.

 Jim Pesavento (Biology): “Cdc45 (cell division cycle protein 45) guards the gate of the Eukaryote Replisome helicase stabilizing leading strand engagement,” by Tatjana Petojevic, James Pesavento, Alessandro Costa, Jingdan Liang, Zhijun Wang, James M. Berger and Michael R. Botchan, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 112 no. 3, pp249-258 (2015).

Chris Ray (Physics and Astronomy): “Amplitude and Dilation Compensation of the SAR Altimeter Backscattered Power,” by Ray, C.; Roca, M.; Martin-Puig, C.; Escola, R.; Garcia, A, in IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, vol.12, no.12, pp.2473-2476, Dec. 2015; doi: 10.1109/LGRS.2015.2485119

Chris Ray (Physics and Astronomy): “SAR Altimeter Backscattered Waveform Model,” by Ray, C.; Martin-Puig, C.; Clarizia, M.P.; Ruffini, G.; Dinardo, S.; Gommenginger, C.; Benveniste, J., in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol.53, no.2, pp.911-919, Feb. 2015; doi: 10.1109/TGRS.2014.2330423

Alys Thomas (Environmental and Earth Science): “A GRACE-based water storage deficit approach for hydrological drought characterization,” by A. C. Thomas, J. T. Reager, J. S. Famiglietti, and M. Rodell, in Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, 1537–1545 (2015); doi:10.1002/2014GL059323.

Ellen Veomett (Mathematics and Computer Science):“On Coloring Box Graphs,” by E. Hogan, J. O’Rourke, C. Traub, and E. Veomett, in Discrete Mathematics, Vol 338, Issue 2 (2015), p 209-216.

Recent Publications by Faculty in the School of Science (2014)

Steve Bachofer (Chemistry): “XRF Soil Screening at the Alameda Beltway,” in  Service Learning and Environmental Chemistry: Relevant Connections, series 1177, Chapter 9; Edited by Elizabeth S. Roberts-Kirchhoff, Matthew J. Mio, and Mark A. Benvenuto; DOI: 10.1021/bk-2014-1177.ch009 (2014).

 James Berleman (Biology): “The lethal cargo of Myxococcus xanthus outer membrane vesicles,” with Allen S, Danielewicz MA, Remis JP, Gorur A, Cunha J, Hadi MZ, Zusman DR, Northen TR, Witkowska HE, and Auer M., in Front Microbiol. 5:474. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2014.00474. eCollection (2014).

Carla Bossard (Biology): "Effects of percent cover of Japanese cedar in forests on slope slides in Sichuan, China," with  Tang Ya and and Jacob Reidhead, in the Journal of Ecological Engineering 74 pp 42-47 (2014).

Joel Burley (Chemistry) "Surface ozone in Joshua Tree National Park," with Bytnerowicz, A., Ray, J. D., Schilling, S., and Allen, E. B. in Atmospheric Environment 87, pp. 95-107 (2014). 

Keith Garrison (Biology): "Evolutionary History of the Proviruses HERV-K 113 and HERV-K 115," with Douglas Nixon, Satish Pillai, Aashish Jha, in eLS 2014, published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Chichester (September 2014; http://www.els.net/ [DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0022876].

Alexandra LaGatta (EES): “Hafnium isotope evidence for slab melt contributions in the Central Mexican Volcanic Belt and implications for slab melting in hot and cold slab arcs,” with Yue Cai, Steven L. Goldstein, Charles H. Langmuir, Arturo Gómez-Tuena, Ana Lillian Martín-del Pozzo, and Gerardo Carrasco-Núñez, in Chemical Geology, vol. 377, pp. 45-55 (2014).

Mark Lingwood (Chemistry): “Humidity-modulated phase control and nanoscopic transport in supramolecular assemblies,” with Y. Chen*, M. Goswami, B.E. Kidd, J.J. Hernandez, M. Rosenthal, D.A. Ivanov, J. Perlich, H. Zhang, X. Zhu, M. Möller, L.A. Madsen, in the Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118 (2014) 3207-3217.

Douglas J. Long (Biology): “Summary of South American  records of the smalltooth sand tiger shark Odontaspis ferox (Chondrichthyes: Odontaspidae), with the first record from Chilean waters”, with E. Sala, E. Ballesteros, J.E. Caselle, A.M. Friedlander, A. Klapfer, S. Blum, and H.B. Constable, in Marine Biodiversity Records (7):1-4, 2014, e67; doi:10.1017/S1755267214000700 (2014).

Douglas Long (Biology): “A new fossil megamouth shark (Lamniformes, Megachasmidae) from the Oligocene-Miocene of the western United States,” with Kenshu Shimada and Bruce Welton, in the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 34(2):1-12 (2014).

Douglas Long (Biology): “A New Putative Plankton-feeding Odontaspidid Shark clade based on the Late Cretaceous Fossil Record of Russia and the United States”, with Kenshu Shimada, Yvgeny Popov, Mikael Siverson, and Bruce Welton, (abstract) Journal of Paleontology 35 (suppl.):229 (2014).

Michael Marchetti (Biology and EES): "Employing stable isotopes to investigate the impacts of invasive species on hawaiian stream food webs," with Megan Layhee, Sudeep Chandra, and Daniel Pickard; in Pacific Conservation Biology (2014).

Hiroko Nakano (Psychology) and Mari-Anne Rosario (Physics and Astronomy): "Electrophysiological response to omitted stimulus in sentence processing," with Y. Oshima-Takane, L. Pierce, and S. Tate; in NeuroReport 25(14) (2014).

Michael Nathanson (Mathematics and Computer Science): "Minimum Vector Ranks and Complement-Critical Graphs," with Xiaowei Li and Rachel Phillips, in the Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra (2014) [Note Xiaowei Li and Rachel Phillips are Saint Mary’s students].

Caitlin Powell (Psychology): "Who is most vulnerable to social rejection? The toxic combination of low self-esteem and lack of negative emotion differentiation on neural responses to rejection," with Kashdan, T. B., DeWall, C. N., Masten, C. L., Pond, R. S. Jr., Combs, D., Schurtz, D. R., & Farmer, A. S. in PLoS ONE 9(3), 1-8 (2014).

Caitlin Powell (Psychology): "Hypocrisy and Schadenfreude," and "Empirical Challenges to Understanding the Role of Envy in Schadenfreude," contributions to the book "Schadenfreude: Understanding Pleasure at the Misfortune of Others," edited by W. van Dijk and J.W. Ouwerkerk, Cambridge University Press (2014), pp58-73 and pp91-109.

Chris Ray (Physics and Astronomy): "SAR Altimeter Backscattered Waveform Model"  in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Volume 53, Issue 2, p 911-919, 15 July 2014.

Recent Publications by Faculty in the School of Science (2013)

Biology

James Berleman (Biology): “‘Replica-extraction-transfer’ nanostructure-initiator mass spectrometry imaging of acoustically printed bacteria,” with Louie KB, Bowen BP, Cheng X, Berleman JE, Chakraborty R, Deutschbauer A, Arkin A, and Northen TR, in Analytical Chemistry, Oct 29, 2013

James Berleman (Biology): “Bacterial social networks: structure and composition of Myxococcus xanthus outer membrane vesicle chains,” with Remis JP, Wei D, Gorur A, Zemla M, Haraga J, Allen S, Witkowska HE, Costerton JW, and Auer M., in Environmental Microbiolgy, Feb;16(2):598-610, 2014 doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.12187. Epub 2013 Jul 15. (Featured on Journal Cover)

James Berleman (Biology): “The role of bacterial outer membrane vesicles for intra- and interspecies delivery,” with Auer M., in Environmental Microbiology, Feb;15(2):347-54, 2013. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.12048. Review.  PMID: 23227894.

Carla Bossard (Biology): “Challenges for Sustainable Tourism at the Jiuzhaigou World Natural Heritage Site in China,” with   Yong Gu, Ya Tang, Xue Qiao, Guiping Deng, in Natural Resources Forum 37, pp.103-112 (2013).

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology): “Neanderthal hand and foot remains from Moula-Guercy, Ardèche, France,” with Mersey B, Brudvik K, and Defleur A., in American Journal of Physical Anthropology 152:516-529 (2013).

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology):  “Bear phalanx traumatically introduced into a living human: prehistoric evidence.” with Richards GD, Ojeda HM, Ibarra CL, Horton CF, in the International Journal of Paleopathology 3(1): 48-53 (2013);

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology): “Patterns of sexual dimorphism in Pan and Gorilla limb bones,” with Pearman TL, in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 56:219 (abstract) (2013);

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology): “Co-occurrence of tuberculosis and an unusual rheumatoid-like arthritis in prehistoric Central California,” with Burke EM, Varghese RE, Bulger EA, Ibarra CL, Ojeda HM, and Richards GD, in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 56:90 (abstract) (2013).

Douglas Long (Biology): “A new fossil megamouth shark (Lamniformes: Megachasmidae) from the Oligo-Miocene of the western United States,” with Kenshu Shimada and Bruce Welton, in Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Supplement 2013:211 (abstract) (2103).

Michael Marchetti (Biology): Invasion Ecology 2nd ed., with Lockwood, J.L., and M. F. Hoopes, published by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Oxford. UK. 444pp. (2013).

Michael Marchetti (Biology): Invasion Ecology 2nd ed., with Lockwood, J.L., and M. F. Hoopes, published by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Oxford. UK. 444pp. (2013).

Michael Marchetti (Biology): “Progress toward understanding the ecological impacts of non-native species,” with Ricciardi A., M. F. Hoopes, J. L. Lockwood, in Ecological Monographs Aug 2013.

Michael Marchetti (Biology): “Employing stable isotopes to investigate the impacts of invasive species on hawaiian stream food webs,” with Layhee, M., S. Chandra, D. Pickard, in Pacific Conservation Biology (2014, in press).

Chemistry

Joel Burley (Chemistry): “Surface ozone in the White Mountains of California,” with Bytnerowicz, A.,  in Atmospheric Environment 45, pp. 4591-4602 (2011).

Mark Lingwood (Chemistry):  “Unraveling the local energetics of transport in a polymer ion conductor,” with Z. Zhang, B.E. Kidd, K.B. McCreary, J. Hou and L.A. Madsen, in Chemical Communications 49 (2013) 4283-4285.

Mark Lingwood (Chemistry):  “Cation and Anion Transport in a Dicationic Imidazolium-Based Plastic Crystal Ion Conductor,” with Bryce E. Kidd, Minjae Lee, Harry W. Gibson, and Louis A. Madsen, in Journal of Physical Chemistry B. (in press) DOI: 10.1021/jp4084629

Mathematics and Computer Science

Michael Nathanson (Mathematics and Computer Science): “Tight bounds on the distinguishability of quantum states under separable measurements,” with Somchubhro Bandyopadhyay, in Physical Review A 88 issue 5 (2013).

Michael Nathanson (Mathematics and Computer Science): “Three maximally entangled states can require two-way LOCC for local discrimination,” in Physical Review A 88, 062316 (2013). 

Weiwei Pan (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science): “The sl3  web algebra,” with M. Mackaay, D. Tubbenhauer, in Mathematische Zeitschrift, DOI: 10.1007/s00209-013-1262-6 (2013).

James Sauerberg (Mathematics and Computer Science): “On Infinitude of Wilson primes for Fq[t],” with Linghsueh Shu, Dinesh S. Thakur, and George Todd, in Acta Arith. 157 no. 1, 91-100 (2013).

Ellen Veomett (Mathematics and Computer Science): “10 Years of BADMath,” with Matthias Beck, Andrew Berget, Raman Sanyal, and Monica Vazirani, Annals of Combinatorics, Volume 7, Number 1 (March 2013), p. 1-14.

Psychology

Caitlin Powell (Psychology): “Justice for the average Joe: The role of envy and the mentalizing network in the deservingness of others' misfortunes,” with Chester, D. S., Smith, R. H., Joseph, J. E., Kedia, G., Combs, D. J. Y, and DeWall, N., in Social Neuroscience 8(6), 640-649 (2013).

Recent Publications by Faculty in the School of Science (2012)

Vidya Chandrasekaran (Biology):  "The effects of energy beverages on cultured cells," with Wayne Doyle, Eric Shide, and Slesha Thapa, in Food and Chemical Toxicology, Food and Chemical Toxicology, Volume 50, Issue 10, October 2012, Pages 3759-3768.

Keith Garrison (Biology):   "Influence of HAART on Alternative Reading Frame Immune Responses over the Course of HIV-1 Infection," with Champiat S, Raposo RAS, Maness NJ, Lehman JL, Purtell SE, et al.,  in PLoS One7(6); 2012.

Michael Allocca (Mathematics and Computer Science): "A Finite Dimensional L-Infinity Module," accepted for publication in International Electronic Journal of Algebra--it will appear in Volume 13 (2013), no. 1. 

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology):  "Miocene-to-Recent evolution of the hominin foramen magnumRichards,"  with G. D., Jabbour, R. S., Ibarra, C. L., et. al. (2012). . American Journal of Physical Anthropology, S54, 248 (abstract); 2012.

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology): "Differences between eastern and western gorillas in the forelimb and hindlimb skeletons," in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology," S54, 173 (abstract); 2012.

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology): "Color changes in modern and fossil teeth induced by synchrotron microtomography," with Jabbour, R. S., Horton, C. F., Ibarra, C. L. & MacDowell, A. A., in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 149 (2), 178-180; 2012.

Ellen Veomett (Mathematics and Computer Science):  "Vertex Isoperimetric Inequalities for a Family of Graphs on Z^k," with A.J. Radcliffe, inThe Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 19(2) (2012), p45.

Ellen Veomett (Mathematics and Computer Science):  "An IMMERSE-style Course Brings a Research Experience to Students and Faculty," to appear in the Notices of the AMS in November 2012.

Mark Lingwood (Chemistry):  "Hyperpolarized water as an MR imaging contrast agent: Feasibility of in vivo imaging in a rat model," with Siaw, Ting Ann, Sailasuta, Napapon, Abulseoud, et. al. (2012), in Radiology, vol. in press.

Mark Lingwood (Chemistry): "Overhauser dynamic nuclear polarization amplification of NMR flow imaging," with  Sederman, Andrew J, Mantle, Mick D, Gladden, Lynn F and Han, Songi, in the Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 216, pg.94; 2012.

Michael Marchetti (Biology):  "Spatial and Temporal Ecology of Fish Larvae in Seasonal and Perennial Tributaries of the Sacramento River, California," with Lorig, B. and G. Kopp, in the Journal of Freshwater Biology; in press; 2012.

Keith Ogawa (Psychology):  "Orbitofrontal cortex biases attention to emotional events," with Kaisa M. Hartikainen and Robert T. Knight, i n the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, Volume 34, Issue 6, July 2012, pages 588-597

Keith Ogawa (Psychology):  "Threat interferes with response inhibition," with Hartikainen, Kaisa M and Siiskonen, Anna R., in Neuroreport 23(7):447-450, May 9, 2012.

Kathryn Porter (Mathematics and Computer Science):   "CSET (California Subject Examinations for Teachers) Mathematics (4th ed.)," Piscataway, NJ: Research and Education Association; 2013.

Recent Publications by Faculty in the School of Science (2011)

Joel Burley (Chemistry): Surface ozone in the White Mountains of California, with Andrzej Bytnerowicz; published in Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 45, p4591, Sept. 2011.

Carla Bossard (Biology, ESS): Diurnal variation in relative photosynthetic performance of marestail (Hippuris vulgaris Linn.) across a water temperature gradient using PAM fluorometry in Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province, China, published with 4 co-authors inJournal of Mountain Science, Vol. 8, p794 (2011).

Keith Garrison (Biology): Human endogenous retrovirus K106 (HERV-K106) was infectious after the emergence of anatomically modern humans, with Aashish R. Jha, et. al in PLoS ONE 6 (2011).

Keith Garrison (Biology): "Strong human endogenous retrovirus-specific T cell responses are associated with control of HIV-1 in chronic infection," with SenGupta D, et. al. in the Journal of Virology, V. 85. Issue 14, pp. 6977-85, July 2011.

Michael Marchetti (Biology): Non-natives: pluses of invasion ecology, with J. Lockwood, and M. Hoopes, published in Nature, Vol. 475, p36 (2011).

Michael Marchetti (Biology): "Ecological assessment of a constant flow regime on the macroinvertebrate community in a large Mediterranean climate river," with Esteban, Smith, Richards, Slusark, and Pickard, in Journal of Freshwater Ecology, Volume 26, Issue 4, December 2011, pages 459-480.

Mary True (Psychology): The development and treatment of impulsivity, with Amorim Neto; published in Psico, Vol. 42, p 134 (2011).

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology):  "Foramen magnum ontogeny in Homo sapiens: a functional matrix perspective," with G. Richards in The Anatomical Record, Vol. 294, p199 (2011).

Jeffrey Bernard (Biology): "An amino acid mixture enhances insulin-stimulated glucose uptake in rat epitrochlearis muscle," with Kleinert M, et. al, in Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 111, p163 (2011)

Mary McCall (Psychology):    Anme, T. and McCall, M.E. "Empowerment in Health and Community Settings," with T. Anme in T. Muto et al. (eds.),Asian Perspectives and Evidence on Health Promotion and Education. Springer Publications (2011).

Michelle Shulman (Chemistry): "Materials and Techniques of Kalighat Paintings: Pigment Analysis of Nine Paintings from the Collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum,"with M. Wheeler, L. Burgio, Journal of the Institute of Conservation, Vol. 34, No. 2, September 2011, p173.