Sally Seidel, Professor, University of New Mexico, Department of Physics and Astronomy, member of the CDF and ATLAS Collaborations.

1987 Ph.D., University of Michigan, "A Search for Nucleon Decay Employing Particle Identification, Invariant Masses, and Complete Track Reconstruction with a Water Cherenkov Detector"; member of the IMB Collaboration

1987-1991 Research Associate, University of Toronto Department of Physics, member of the ARGUS Collaboration

1991-1997 Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico Department of Physics and Astronomy; member of the CDF and ATLAS Collaborations

1997-2004 Associate Professor, University of New Mexico Department of Physics and Astronomy, member of the CDF and ATLAS Collaborations.

2006-2007 Sabbatical at Lund University on Fulbright foundation visiting Scholar Grant and Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow Grant.

Research interests: strong interactions, heavy flavours; semiconductor tracking detectors.