Mark MacLachlan – Professor, Department of Chemistry
Research Interests: Materials Chemistry, Supramolecular Chemistry, Nanomaterials, Porous Materials, Polymers, Cellulose.
Michael Wolf – Professor, Department of Chemistry
Research Interests: Metal-containing Conjugated Polymers, Photochemistry, Sensors, Nanoparticles, Conjugated Polymer Nanocomposites.
Hongbin Li – Professor, Department of Chemistry
Research Interests: Biophysical chemistry, biomaterials, single molecule studies, biological, atomic force microscopy, polymer chemistry
Russ Algar – Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry
Research Interests: Application of nanomaterials for point-of-care diagnostic devices and biosensing, nanoparticles as multiplexed probes for intracellular sensing and theranostics, understanding the bio-nano interface, fluorescence spectroscopy and imaging.
Sarah Burke – Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Research Interests: Research Interests: Scanning probe microscopy, organic materials, nanoscale materials, photovoltaics, surface physics, surface chemistry, self-assembly on surfaces.
Pieter Cullis – Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Research Interests: Liposomal nanoparticles for therapeutics, membrane structure, lipids, siRNA delivery, encapsulation of drugs in nanoparticles
John Madden – Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Research Interests: Artificial muscle and application to medical devices, photosynthetic photovoltaics, supercapacitors, batteries, sensors, carbon nanotube devices, nanotechnology.
Srikantha Phani – Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Research Interests: Dynamics of multiscale materials, structures and devices; Applied mechanics; Micromechanics
David Wilkinson – Professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Research Interests: Electrode kinetics, electro-catalysis, electro-synthesis, electrochemical cell design and architecture, new materials and associated processes, new analytical and diagnostic techniques, sensor technology, fuel cell and battery systems, electrochemical treatment of impurities, alternative electrochemical fuels and reactant modification, hydrogen production and storage.
Jay Kizhakkedathu – Associate Professor, Department of Pathology and Lab Medicine
Research Interests: Macromolecular Therapeutics, Polymer Cell Derivatization Technology, Blood Compatible Surface Coatings, Polymeric Reagents for Proteomic Applications, Polymer Nanoparticles.