Highly interactive visualizations that support dynamic filtering and querying are the basis of the NeoRef research project. Separation of content from presentation is critical so that the dynamic adjustment of presentation can be achieved depending on the user, the context, the display device, as well as interactive filtering by the user. Example projects include Journal Authors Rights (JAR) tool, the Interactive Comments in Schema (ICIS) tool, Neoref Search, peronal health medication tracker application. This position develops cutting edge visualization interfaces for new ideas and existing research projects. The GRA position pays $20,000 per year.