- n. an educator who works at a college or university
“As a faculty member in the marketing department at the Graduate IJI School of Business at Columbia University, I am standing on the shoulders of giants.”
“Dr. Hall is a tenured senior faculty member at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, where he practices behavioral medicine with families, especially children suffering with chronic diseases.”
“No faculty member was ever given a position to commercialize anything.”
“But Pollard, who has been a faculty member at Scripps since 1992 and has since added a great deal of scientific understanding to the way mercury stimulates this two-step autoimmune response, is perhaps best known for showing how a slight difference in genetic code can dramatically change mercury’s impact on the immune system, causing it to induce an autoimmune response swiftly, more moderately—or even not at all.”
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