Additional research areas: Bioanalytical, Chromatography/Electrophoresis, Materials and Surfaces
My group works at the interface between chemistry, engineering and biology. Thus, students receive broad technical training and are well poised to contribute in these key research fields. A common theme in my research is the interrelationship between biological molecules and miniaturization. We are utilizing miniaturization tools to detect and quantify clinically relevant biomolecules, and we are also applying biological molecules (in particular DNA) in forming nanoscale integrated circuits. To read more click here.