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Brian (Keng-Lun) Hsu

Since his debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra as a teenager, Brian Hsu has established himself as a gifted pianist and experienced performer, winning the Julliard Concerto Competition, among others.

Brian Hsu, D.M.A.

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Rosalie Anderson, Ph.D.

Rosalie Anderson and her lab of undergraduate students successfully regenerated chicken embyro joints. The National Institutes of Health funds the research.

 Rosalie Anderson, Ph.D. 

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Laura Murphy, Ph.D.

As the founder of the Modern Slavery Research Project at Loyola, Laura Murphy focuses on issues of human trafficking—both sex trafficking and labor trafficking.

 Laura Murphy, Ph.D. 

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Charles S. Corprew III, Ph.D.

Charles Corprew focuses on African-American males and education issues. He also studies hypermasculinity, particularly as it relates to sexual assaults on college campuses.

 Charles S. Corprew III, Ph.D. 

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Sanford Hinderlie, M.M.

Jazz pianist Sanford Hinderlie is a noted expert in music industry studies and has composed music for television, radio and film. He is a professor of music at Loyola and director of the Music Technology Center.

Sanford Hinderlie, M.M.

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Behrooz Moazami, Ph.D.

Behrooz Moazami is an expert on radical Islamic movements, the Islamic Revolution in Iran and

the future of peace and democracy in the Middle East.

 Behrooz Moazami, Ph.D. 

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Dane S. Ciolino, J.D.

Dane S. Ciolino’s expertise spans civil and criminal law, legal ethics and copyright law. He is the Alvin R. Christovich Distinguished Professor of Law.

Dane S. Ciolino, J.D.

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Lisa Martin, M.A.

Lisa Martin is an expert on mass communication, media and stereotypes,
television news and its production, African- American portrayals in
television news and documentary production.

Lisa Martin, M.A.

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Rev. Kevin Wm. Wildes, S.J., Ph.D.

Loyola President Kevin Wm. Wildes, S.J., Ph.D., specializes in ethics, bioethics, medical ethics, health and patient care.

The Rev. Kevin Wm. Wildes, S.J., Ph.D.

Welcome to the Experts Guide

Our Experts Guide is designed to help you take full advantage of the wealth of expertise available from faculty and staff, and to help you find the right source for your story. Each category of current and unique topics includes access to our many Loyola experts who are available to offer their specialized knowledge, informed opinions and noteworthy perspectives. For assistance in arranging interviews with our experts, please call Loyola’s Office of Public Affairs at 504-861-5888 or publaff@loyno.edu. As public relations professionals and former journalists, we understand your needs and deadlines and will assist you after hours if needed.

If you would like assistance with a topic not listed in this guide, we will use our resources to find a faculty or staff member who can speak authoritatively on the subject. The Office of Public Affairs also can provide you with current curricula vita and photos of faculty and staff members, as well as information on speakers, lecture series and performing artists who visit our campus.

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