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The Molecular Expressions Graphics and Design Team

The following graphics artists, programmers, microscopists, and technicians have contributed to the development, construction, and ongoing upgrades of the Molecular Expressions website.

You can also take a visit our Java Development Laboratory to see where our Java programmers live.

Current Team Members

  • Nathaniel E. Bibler - Computer graphics using PhotoShop, Pov-Ray, and Ulead Gif Animation. Web programming with HTML, JavaScript, Visual J++, and ASP.
  • Matthew B. Boles - Computer graphics design and modeling using Photoshop, 3D Studio Max, and CorelDRAW.
  • Eric L. Clark - Literature research, purchasing, receiving, employee administration, and proofreading.
  • Nathan S. Claxton - Optical microscopy, tissue culture, DNA isolation, transfection, fluorescent labeling, image processing.
  • Thomas J. Fellers - Technical writing, proofreading, literature research, graphics development, and web research.
  • Brian O. Flynn - Web programming with active server pages, Flash, HTML, Java, JavaScript, and VBScript. Windows programming with Visual Basic and Visual C++. Database programming with Microsoft SQL Server. Systems administration on Windows 2000, Irix, Linux, and Mac OS X platforms.
  • John D. Griffin - Optical microscopy, digital imaging, and photomicrography. Specimen preparation, including staining cells with fluorophores. Post-acquisition image processing with Adobe Photoshop.
  • Aferdita Ishmaku - Specimen preparation, including staining cells with fluorophores.
  • Richard L. Ludlow - Computer graphics design and modeling using Photoshop, 3D Studio Max, and CorelDRAW.
  • Cindy Moncrief - Computer graphics design and modeling using Photoshop, 3D Studio Max, and CorelDRAW.
  • Shannon H. Neaves - Technical and general writing, proofreading, literature research, graphics development, and web research and programming with HTML.
  • Matthew J. Parry-Hill - Windows programming with Visual C++. Web programming with HTML and Visual J++. Technical writing with expertise in digital image processing.
  • Lionel Parsons, Jr. - Computer graphics design and modeling using Photoshop, 3D Studio Max, and CorelDRAW.
  • Ryan R. Spindell - Computer graphics design and modeling using Photoshop, 3D Studio Max, and CorelDRAW.
  • Robert T. Sutter - Web programming with active server pages, HTML, Java, JavaScript, and VBScript. Windows programming with Visual Basic and Visual C++.
  • Kimberly M. Vogt - Java programming with Visual J++ and graphics with Adobe Photoshop.

Previous Team Members

  • Omar Alvarado - Computer graphics design and modeling using 3D Studio Max and Photoshop. Optical microscopy techniques including phase contrast, differential interference contrast, darkfield, oblique, and fluorescence illumination.
  • Aaron C. Baillie - Computer graphics using PhotoShop 3-5, 3D Studio Max R2.5, Poser 3, Ulead, and Gif Animation. Web programming with HTML and JavaScript.
  • Robert E. Baumgardner - Computer graphics design and modeling using 3D Studio Max and Photoshop.
  • John F. Bouma - Computer animation using 3D Studio Max R2.5 and graphics using Photoshop 3-5, 3D Studio Max, and TrueSpace 3. Web programming using HTML and JavaScript.
  • Christopher A. Burdett - Computer graphics design, animation, and modeling using 3D Studio Max, Photoshop, and Poser.
  • Kathleen E. Carr - Technical Writing and Web programming.
  • Zac Cunningham - Computer graphics using Photoshop. Web programming with HTML, JavaScript, and Visual J++.
  • Amy M. Cusma - Microscopy, photomicrography, and digital imaging using Photoshop and Premier. Confocal imaging, Z-serial sectioning, and 3-D model reconstruction with C Imaging software. Differential interference contrast, phase contrast, polarized light, oblique coherent contrast, and fluorescence microscopy.
  • Mathew A. DeMarco - Computer graphics design, animation, and modeling using 3D Studio Max, Flash, Photoshop, and Poser.
  • Donald R. Eddy - Computer graphics design and modeling using 3D Studio Max and Photoshop.
  • Mikolai Fajer - Optical microscopy, digital imaging, and photomicrography. Construction of time-lapse and full-motion video in the microscope with Adobe Photoshop and Premier. Differential interference contrast, phase contrast, and polarized light microscopy at room temperature and with a heating and cooling stage.
  • Sean D. Finke - Computer graphics using PhotoShop, PageMaker, Quark Xpress, Gif Animation, Pov-Ray, trueSpace, and Shockwave. Web programming with HTML and JavaScript.
  • Daniel Godwin (intern) - Computer graphics using PhotoShop. Web programming with HTML, JavaScript, and Visual J++.
  • David Godwin - Computer graphics using PhotoShop and Pov-ray. Web programming with HTML, JavaScript, and Visual J++.
  • W. Shane Hewett - Computer graphics using PhotoShop, Pov-Ray, TrueSpace 3, 3D Studio Max R2, Fractal Desgin Painter 5, 3-D Studio Max, Gif Animator, and Corel Draw. Web programming with HTML, Perl, CGI, and JavaScript.
  • Charles D. Howard - Computer graphics using PhotoShop, Pov-Ray, 3D-Studio, True3pace 3, and Gif Animation. Optical microscopy, photomicrography, and digitial imaging with a variety of camera systems. Time-lapse cinemicrography and full-motion microscopy video with Adobe Premier and Real Media.
  • Dean Johnson - Computer graphics using PhotoShop, TrueSpace 3, and Pov-Ray.
  • Ian D. Johnson - Optical microscopy, digital imaging, and photomicrography. Construction of time-lapse and full-motion video in the microscope with Adobe Photoshop and Premier. Differential interference contrast, phase contrast, polarized light, oblique coherent contrast, and fluorescence microscopy. Web programming with Visual J++.
  • Jonathan M. Kaldor - Web programming with HTML, JavaScript and Java.
  • Cynthia D. Kelley - Computer graphics design and modeling using Photoshop. Optical microscopy techniques including phase contrast, differential interference contrast, darkfield, oblique, and fluorescence illumination.
  • Joseph N. Kennedy - Computer animation using Premier and QuickTime. Computer graphics using PhotoShop, Pov-Ray, Gif Animation, 3-D Studio, and TrueSpace 3. Web programming with HTML and JavaScript.
  • Justin S. Kramer - Web programming with HTML, JavaScript and Visual J++.
  • Michael Layne - Computer graphics using PhotoShop and Gif Animation. Web programming using HTML, JavaScript, and JDK.
  • John C. Long - Computer graphics using 3D Studio Max and Photoshop. Web programming with Flash and Visual J++. Windows programming with Visual C++.
  • Paula D. Polson - Computer graphics design and modeling using 3D Studio Max and Photoshop.
  • Kevin F. Reid - Computer graphics design and modeling using 3D Studio Max and Photoshop.
  • Julius Rios - Curriculum development, research, and technical writing.
  • Marsha E. Rogers - Technical writing and literature/web research.
  • Michael A. Sodders - Computer graphics design and modeling using Photoshop, 3D Studio Max, and CorelDRAW. Page layout with Adobe PageMaker, and video construction with Adobe Premier.
  • Jesse A. Stamper Jr. - Computer graphics design, animation, and modeling using 3D Studio Max, Photoshop, and Poser.
  • Kirill I. Tchourioukanov - Visual J++, JDK, and Visual Cafe Java applet programming, ODBC, and HTML. Windows programming with Visual C++ and Visual Basic.
  • Courtenay Van Sciver - Computer graphics using PhotoShop. Web programming with HTML and JavaScript.
  • Christopher S. White - Web programming with HTML, JavaScript and Visual J++.
  • Dane B. Woodall - Web programming with HTML, JavaScript and SQL, computer graphics with 3D Studio Max and Photoshop.
  • Laurence D. Zuckerman - Technical writing, proofreading, literature research, graphics development, and web research.
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