We develop model systems to better understand: i) how reactions proceed at chemically modified thin films and electrodes; ii) the gradients of abiotic and signaling molecules that form across tissue- and tumor-like structures direct invasion, promote drug resistance, and regulates enzyme expression.
While these problems require techniques found in analytical chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, bioengineering, and surface science we are particularly interested in the technologies that allow us to quantitatively measure reactions and analytes.
The Latest News...
Congratulations to Catherine, Chad, and Julie for receiving Steelman Teaching Awards!
Congratulations to Matt B. and Nate on receiving Dissertation Completion Fellowships(!) from the graduate school.
Congratulations to Julia on being selected to participate in the University of Oregon's REU program. Enjoy the summer in Eugene!
Congratulations to Z on being awarded a Science and Math Achievement and Resourcefulness Track (SMART) summer research fellowship! Looking forward to having you in the lab this summer.
Congratulations to Chad on two big accomplishments.: passing his second year preliminary oral exam(!) and receiving an honorable mention on his NSF GRFP application!