Office: 4744 Chemistry
Richard Smalley Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry, Physics, Applied Physics, Biophysics, Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Biology
Binyamin is working on developing a fluorescent based voltage sensitive nanoparticle for intracellular voltage sensing. This probe will be used to illuminate small electric field dependent effects on cellular processes.
Thomas focuses primarily on applications and improvements of photo-dynamic therapy (PDT) and photo-acoustics (PA). Recent work has utilized PDT to address arrhythmia and is exploring non-linear systems for enhanced deep penetration of tissue.
Jeff is primarily working on two projects. The first involves developing nanosensors for improved diagnostics. His second project combines cellular histology and machine learning algorithms to identify cancer stem cells.
Alan is working on developing two-photon active nanoparticle agents for applications in cancer therapy and photoacoustic imaging. He is also working on the machine learning cell-characterization project.