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    A collection of drawings, sketches, and digital objects pertaining to the design process used by the Gorham Manufacturing Company to create its hand-crafted consumer silver products. Featured are many objects from Gorham’s Martelé line, a product that was entirely handmade …

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Zabala vrzabala@gmail.com · 401.952.5762 EDUCATION 2013 - Present Doctorate of Philosophy Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology, and Biotechnology Brown University, Providence, RI 2008 - 2011 Bachelors of Science, Cum Laude Chemistry with Latin American Studies Minor Rhode Island College, Providence, RI 1998 - 2001 Chemistry Major, Latin American Studies Minor Smith College, Northampton, MA ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS 2015-2018 Graduate Fellow, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GFRP) 2015-present Gilliam Fellow, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) 2016-present Associate Member, Sigma Xi 2016 Frederic Poole Gorham Pre-doctoral Fellow, Brown University 2015 Upjohn Professorship Fund Pharmacia Pre-doctoral Fellow, Brown University 2015 Honorable Mention, Ford Foundation Fellowship Program Pre-doctoral Competition 2013-2015 Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology Departmental Training Grant, Brown University 2014 Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program 2014 Helen Fitzgerald Cserr Memorial Fund Pre-doctoral Fellow, Brown University 2011 American Institute of Chemists Award, Rhode Island College iv ?RESEARCH 2013-present PhD Candidate, Brown University Thesis Advisor: Philip Gruppuso, MD Bio Med: Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology & Biotechnology Research: Hepatic Peroxisomal Response to Acute Oxidative Stress 2013 Graduate Rotation Student, Brown University Mentor: Nicholas Fawzi, PhD Bio Med: Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology & Biotechnology Research: High-resolution structure of amyloid beta proteins: Aβ M1-40 and Aβ M1-42 2011-2013 Post-baccalaureate Fellow, Lifespan (Rhode Island Hospital) Mentor: Suzanne de la Monte, MD, MPH Liver Research Center Research: Role of dysregulated lipid metabolism in hepatic and neuronal insulin resistance 2010-2011 Undergraduate Research Assistant, Rhode Island College Mentor: Karen H.

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Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Education Grant (garnered for Environmental Justice League of Rhode Island), $38,000 2011 Feinberg Fieldwork Award. 2011, $500 2010-2014 Brown University Graduate School Research Funds, $2,000   vi   ? 2011 Watson Institute for International Studies Summer Research Grant, $1,000 2010-2013 Brown University, International Affairs, Graduate Student International Travel Award, $2,600 2011 Center for Environmental Studies, $1,800 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Dissertation Movements from the Margins: Advocacy for Justice in Researcher International Climate Change Politics 2009-2015 Funding: Brown University Dissertation Fellowship, Switzer Fellowship, Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy, Martinus Nijhoff Award, Feinberg Award Investigates case studies of transnational advocacy networks that have influenced United Nations climate change policy Methods include in-depth interviews, content analysis and observation of actors and processes during five years of international fieldwork in the UN climate change negotiations and related processes; Published three related first-author peer- reviewed articles and seven first-author policy reports Co-Investigator Power in a Warming World: The New Global Politics of Climate 2009-2015 Change and the Remaking of Environmental Inequality Collaborative project with Timmons Roberts and Mizan Khan Led research, writing and editing; Book manuscript accepted with The MIT Press with publication expected in fall 2015 Methods include in-depth interviews, content analysis and observation of actors and processes during five years of fieldwork Research Superfund Research Program Community Engagement Core Assistant 2010- Phil Brown and Kim Boekelheide, Principal Investigators 2012 Funding: National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences Provided research, coordination, outreach and support to community groups, state agencies and residents working to mitigate issues of environmental contamination in Rhode Island; supported initiatives including the Healthy Corner Store Initiative, the Community Environmental College, the Science Café, and Clean Up Gorham campaign; I successfully wrote an EPA grant, garnering $38,000 for community partner organization the Environmental Justice League of RI Co-investigator The State of the State in Global Health Governance 2011-2012 With Nitsan Chorev and Tatiana Andia Rey Conducted research, analysis, theorizing and writing on the role of the state in the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria, as compared to the World Health Organization; co-published an article in the peer-reviewed journal, Review Research Contested Illnesses Research Group   vii   ? Group Phil Brown, CIRG Leader Participant Research group on environmental health and justice, community- 2009-2013 engaged research and health social movements Conducted collaborative research, edited articles, and assisted in grant proposal writing; published an article in the peer-reviewed journal, Social Movement Studies Research Climate and Development Lab Group Co- Timmons Roberts, David Ciplet and Guy Edwards, Co-coordinators founder/Co- Instruct and mentor students from various disciplines to inform a coordinator more just and effective global climate change policy; mentor 2010-2015 students in research, writing academic and media-oriented articles, and engaging in policy work in international climate change negotiations; published a lead-authored article in the peer- reviewed Journal of Sustainability Education Research Sociology of Natural Resources Research Collaborative Group With Stephanie Malin Participant Research collaborative on social issues related to natural resource 2012-2014 industries, including shale gas development CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, PAPERS AND POSTERS PRESENTED 2015 David Ciplet and Timmons Roberts.

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Thomas and Florian Znaniecki who first explored this concept in The Polish Peasant in Europe and America (Boston, MA: Gorham Press, 1918). 5 Collier, foreword to Personality and Government: Findings and Recommendations of the Indian Administration Research, ix-xiv. ? 32 those who were, in Collier’s words, “baffled” by modernity.

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Some of the largest manufacturing plants in the country could be found in Providence, including Brown & Sharpe, Nicholson File and Gorham Silverware. Providence’s manufacturing, textile, and jewelry industries attracted many Irish, French Canadian and Italian immigrants in the 19th and 20th century (McLoughlin 1986).

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Gorham, M. Lipkin, H. Newmark, S. B. Mohr, and M. F. Holick. The role of vitamin D in cancer prevention. Am. J. Public Health, 96:252, 2006. ? 30 15.

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Awards and Fellowships Keystone Symposia NIAID Scholarship Recipient 2018 Myeloid Cells Meeting 2nd Place Poster Award 2017 PISA 2017 conference, Pittsburgh, PA Sobel Scholar Trainee Travel Awardee 2017 PISA 2017 conference, Pittsburgh, PA Honorable mention in Basic Science 2017 Rhode Island Hospital’s 25th Annual Hospital Research Symposium Honorable mention in Basic Science 2016 Rhode Island Hospital’s 24th Annual Hospital Research Symposium v ?Travel Award 2016 SLB and Neutrophil Meeting 2016 Frederick Gorham Foundation Fellowship 2014 Brown University, Providence, RI Summa Cum Laude 2011 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR Dean’s List 2007-2011 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR V.

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.; Gorham, J. M.; Stutzman, P.; Stanley, D.; Shapiro, A.; Byrd, E.; Hettenhouser, R.; Chin, J. Fate of nanoparticles during life cycle of polymer nanocomposites. J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 2011, 304 (1), 012060. 205 ? Chapter 6 (9) Wohlleben, W.; Brill, S.; Meier, M.

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James Gorham was from a prominent Massachusetts family with a presence in the U.S. Congress and links to D’Wolf, Amos Green was a Boston merchant, and Edward Landers was likely from Newport, Rhode Island.

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Title: “Optogenetic control of seizures in a rat model of absence epilepsy”. 2010: Frederic Poole Gorham Fellowship, Brown University. 2009: Ecole Polytechnique Award for Meritorious Research Internship in Life Sciences (conducted at Brown University, supervised by John Donoghue and Wilson Truccolo).

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Morton Prince,” Boston Daily Globe (August 20, 1916). 18 Morton Prince, “A World Consciousness and Future Peace,” The Creed of Deutschtum and Other War Essays (Boston: Gorham Press, 1918), 293. 19 Ibid., 296. 184 ?harmonious coexistence.

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Freiman, PhD, Reader Approved by the Graduate Council Date _______________ _________________________________ Sheila Bonde, PhD, Dean of the Graduate School ii ? CURRICULUM VITAE Personal August 1, 1981 Born - Newton, Massachusetts Education 1999-2003 B.A. cum laude, Wellesley College Wellesley, Massachusetts Departmental Honors in Biology Honors Thesis: Effects of a Continuous Dose of Wide- Range β-Adrenergic Agents on Mammalian Cardiac Tissue Honors / Awards 2008 Frederic Poole Gorham Predoctoral Fellow Brown University 2007 AAAS/Science Program for Excellence in Science 2004 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Honorable Mention 2003 Fiske Prize in Biology 2003 Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honors Society 2002 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Grant Publications Hagan, E.

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Gorham Kindem (Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois UP, 1982), 162; and Motion Picture Patents Co. v. Universal Film Manufacturing Co., 235 Fed. 398 (2nd Cir. 1916), 243 U.S. 502 (1917). 139 See Bowser, 83; and Staiger, “Combination and Litigation,” 55. 140 Moving Picture World 23, no. 2 (January 9, 1915): 206. 141 See United States v.

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