A Department of Homeland Security 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

All Affiliated Researchers


All Affiliated Researchers

Within the START website, "Investigators" are defined as those who have served as Principal Investigators on START funded projects. "Affiliated Researchers" are defined as those who have served as a Principal Investigator or Researcher on START funded projects.

Last Names Starting With:

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Name Job Title Role Research Areas
Cory Davenport Cory Davenport

Senior Researcher, START

Research Affiliate, Staff Individual Behavior, Counterterrorism, Countering Violent Extremism, Chemical and Biological Threats, Radical Beliefs and Behavior
Donatella della Porta

Professor of Sociology

Investigator, Research Affiliate
Kathleen Deloughery

Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Policy

Investigator, Research Affiliate
Michael Distler

Graduate Assistant, START

Research Affiliate, Staff Crime and Terrorism
Laura Dugan Laura Dugan

Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Investigator, Research Affiliate Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Crime and Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Countering Violent Extremism, Disengagement
Michael Egnoto

Research Educator - First-Year Innovation & Research Experience (FIRE) Program

Research Affiliate, Staff Resilience, Risk Communication
Devin Ellis

Policy & Research Program Director, ICONS Project

Research Affiliate Violent Groups and Movements, Individual Behavior, Counterterrorism, Risk Communication
Benjamin Evans

Faculty Research Assistant, Global Terrorism Database, START

Research Affiliate, Staff Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements
Nina Fefferman

Associate Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources

Investigator, Research Affiliate
Shira Fishman

Faculty Research Scientist

Investigator, Research Affiliate

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