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Research Interest:

Electrical activity of the stomach; biological physics of membrane; development of medical devices; atomic and nuclear physics.

Dr. James M. Joyce

Dr. James
  • Professor
  • PhD., University of Pennsylvania, 1967
  • Office Location: Howell Science E 310
  • Telephone:(252) 328-6739
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Goodman, C., Joyce, J., Jalickee, S., Dinno, M. A., "Thermal and nonthermal effects of ultrasound", FASEB J., 10, A663 (1996)

Joyce, J. M., Sinar, D. R., Ellis, S. P., "An application of nonlinear forecasting to gastric electric control activity", Gastroenterology, 103, 1397 (1992)

Mehta, R.,  Bissinger, G.  and Joyce, J. M., "Reduced error in ?KX via nuclear-Coulomb excited absolute detector efficiency normalization for targets with Z = 29-79.", Nucl. Instrum. Meth. in Phys. Res. B, 56/57(1991) 30-32

Joyce, J. M.  and Sinar, D. R., "A New Way of Analyzing Gastric Electrical Control Activity (ECA) Using the Techniques of Chaos.", J. Ciastro. Motil.,1, 71 (1989).

Galser, J. E., Joyce, J. M., and Bissinger, G. "Continuum Electron Intramolecular Outscattering from Bare MeVin El and He Projectiles Traversing Hydrocarbon Oases.", Phys. Rev. A, 34, 127-129 (1986).

Bissinger, G., Gaiser, J., Joyce, J. M., and Numan, M. "Wake Formation by MeV/u Bare H and He Ions in Large Hydrocarbon Molecules?",Phys. Rev. Lett.,55, 197-200 (1985)