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Arpita Upadhyaya ARPITA UPADHYAYA
PHYS/IPST
Ph.D. University of Notre Dame (2000)
301-405-9939
arpitau@umd.edu
Biophysics of cellular motion membranes and biopolymers.
Andrei Vedernikov ANDREI VEDERNIKOV
CHEM/BIOCHEM
Ph.D. Kazan State University (1986)
301-405-2784
avederni@umd.edu
Aerobic Hydrocarbon Functionalization, design ligands that allows tuning reactivity of transition metals for activation of kinetically inert bonds and molecules.

Yu-Huang Wang YU-HUANG WANG
CHEM/BIOCHEM
Ph.D. Rice University (2004)
301-405-3368
yhw@umd.edu
Nanomaterials assembly of nanostructures into ordered solids and functional networks.
John Weeks JOHN D. WEEKS
CHEM/IPST
Ph.D. University of Chicago (1969)
301-405-4802
jdw@umd.edu
Theories for the structure and dynamics of liquids.

Ian White IAN WHITE
BIOE
Ph.D. Stanford University (2002)
301-405-6230
ianwhite@umd.edu
Optical biosensors with ring resonator structures, microfuidic technologies and optical biosensors, integrated biosensing devices.
Ellen Williams ELLEN D. WILLIAMS
PHYS/IPST
Ph.D. California Institute of Technology (1982)
301-405-6156
edw@umd.edu
Properties of solid surfaces.

Yihua Bruce Yu YIHUA BRUCE YU
BIOE
Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University (1996)
301-405-2829
bruceyu@umd.edu
Biomaterials engineering, drug delivery, imaging and delivery.
Michael Zachariah MICHAEL ZACHARIAH
ENME/CHEM
Ph.D. UCLA (1986)
301-405-4311
mrz@umd.edu
Nanoparticles (aerosols), single-particle mass-spectrometry, and laser based analysis.


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