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William R. Klemm
Professor of Neuroscience
Texas A&M University

Bill Klemm's research interests include such areas as brainstem mechanisms of behavior, membrane and cell-level mechanisms of alcohol, learning/memory, chemical signals, human cognition, and EEG. See his list of about 400 publications, which have been formally cited about 2,000 times according to Citation Index.

His work as an educator includes teaching upper-division undergraduate courses in Introductory Neuroscience and Science & Technology: Practices, Policies, and Politics. He has also created a Web site of his publications dealing with collaborative learning and distance education.

Klemm is a retired colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserves, where his work included bench research in the Radiation Biology division and R&D planning for Air Force Systems Command.

He is co-developer of a Web-like computer conferencing and publishing system, called FORUM Matrix. He also co-developed the computerized self-quizzing game, called Get Smart!. Both can be obtained from FORUM Matrix.

Klemm's consulting clients include numerous agencies involved with collaborative learning and computer conferencing, as well as the U.S. Air Force, A. H. Robbins Co., Dow Chemical Company, RCA, the Fielding Institute, the U.S. Deptartment of Agriculture, Vinson & Elkins Attorneys, the Positive Heat Detection Company, and Int. Flavors & Fragrances Co.

A more complete resume is available here.

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