to the Nanoscale Sensing and Biology Lab at UCR!
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Our group is composed of a truly inter-disciplinary team of researchers focused on the development of technology for basic sciences as well as biomedical applications. A key feature of the biological systems that we study is their heterogeneous composition which can hide rare or otherwise important information. In order to understand population-level behaviors and underlying mechanisms, individual cells and/or molecules are probed using micro and nanoscale technology. Our lab is interested in biology at all levels -- from single molecules to viruses to microbes to cellular networks.
K Freedman, G Goyal, CW Ahn, MJ Kim. "Substrate Dependent Ad-Atom Migration on Graphene and the Impact on Electron-Beam Sculpting Functional Nanopores," Sensors, 17 (5), 1091 (2017).
K. Freedman, C. Crick, P. Albella, A. Barik, A. Ivanov, S. Maier, S.H. Oh, J. Edel. "On-Demand Surface and Tip Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Using Dielectrophoretic Trapping and Nanopore Sensors," ACS Photonics, 3(6), 1036-1044 (2016).
K. Freedman, L. Otto, A. Ivanov, S. Oh, J. Edel, "Nanopore Sensing at Ultra-low Concentrations using Single Molecule Dielectrophoretic Trapping," Nature Communications, 7, 10217 (2016).
The ION lab receives funding from the Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) to study the biological functions of melanin using single cell and single molecule technologies!
We are always looking for motivated undergraduate students, masters students, PhD students, and postdocs from various backgrounds. If interested, reach out! We look forward to hearing from you.
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