A Department of Homeland Security Emeritus Center of Excellence led by the University of Maryland

A consortium of researchers dedicated to improving the understanding of the human causes and consequences of terrorism

START People


START People

START has built a team which reflects our multidisciplinary approach, bringing together individuals from a wide range of academic and methodological backgrounds. In addition to conducting research, the START headquarters team provides administrative support and transition and outreach opportunities for the Consortium researchers. The organization's leadership includes:

William Braniff, Director, 301-405-4022, braniff@start.umd.edu

Amy Pate, Research Director, 301-405-6821, apate@umd.edu

Last Names Starting With:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Namesort descending Job Title Role Institution
Alexander Jonas

Web Developer, ICONS Project, START

Staff University of Maryland
Bo Jiang, START Bo Jiang

Graduate Research Assistant, START

Staff University of Maryland
Brian Johnson

Assistant Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice

Investigator, Research Affiliate University of Maryland
Michael Jensen

Senior Researcher, START

Investigator, Research Affiliate, Staff University of Maryland
Michelle Jacome Michelle Jacome

Operations Officer, World Bank

Research Affiliate None
Mila Jonns Mila Johns

Researcher

Research Affiliate None
START Researcher Patrick James Patrick James

Project Manager/Researcher, START

Research Affiliate, Staff University of Maryland
Shanaka Jayasekara

Lecturer and OUA Academic Coordinator

Investigator, Research Affiliate Macquarie University
Sharad Joshi

Assistant Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies

Associate Fellow of International Security, Chatham House

Investigator, Research Affiliate Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Susan Jones

Associate Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior

Investigator, Research Affiliate University of Minnesota
Yan Jin Yan Jin

Professor of Public Relations

Research Affiliate University of Georgia