Payne Lab:People

From OpenWetWare

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(Added Candance (probably needs a better blub underneith her....))
m (Updated Grp Foto =O)
Line 26: Line 26:
<!--Start of individual cell details for the first row-->
<!--Start of individual cell details for the first row-->
|
|
-
|[[Image:Payne_Lab_April_2010.JPG|600px]]
+
|[[Image:Payne_Lab_~_August_2010.JPG|600px]]
<!--Start of a second row and add formats-->
<!--Start of a second row and add formats-->
|-align="center" valign="top"
|-align="center" valign="top"
|width="25"|
|width="25"|
-
|width="500"|January, 2010. From left to right: Gerard, CKP, Jairo, Chip, Heather, Craig, Don, Joshua and Paul.<br>
+
|width="500"|January, 2010. From left to right: Joshua, Jairo, Ger, CKP, Katelyn, Heather, Chip and Candace.<br>
|}
|}

Revision as of 13:38, 3 August 2010

Research        Lab Members        Publications        News        Seminars        Opportunities        Outreach        Contact       


Contents

The Lab of Payne

January, 2010. From left to right: Joshua, Jairo, Ger, CKP, Katelyn, Heather, Chip and Candace.

Principal Investigator

Christine K. Payne, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Christine received an S.B. in Chemistry from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley.

Post Docs

Craig Szymanski
Craig earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Clemson University where he studied conjugated polymer nanoparticle photophysics in the lab of Prof. Jason McNeill. Craig earned his B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. In the Payne lab, Craig will be working on multiphoton imaging and particle tracking.
Gerard Doorley
Ger earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland under the supervision of Prof. John M. Kelly. During his Ph.D., Ger studied ultrafast relaxation dynamics in DNA systems using ps-TRIR spectroscopy and worked on the development of bimodal nanoparticles. Ger earned a B.A. (Mod.) in Chemistry from Trinity College Dublin.

Graduate Students

William H. Humphries IV
Chip received a B.S. in Chemistry and a B.M. in Music Performance from Ohio Northern University. Chip is using multi-color single particle tracking to determine how extracellular cargo is degraded by intracellular enzymes.
Candace Fleischer
Candace earned her M.S. and B.S. in Chemistry from Western Washington University. In the Payne Lab, she is studying nanoparticle-protein interactions.


Undergraduate Students

Jairo Zapata
Jairo is a 3rd year Chemistry major. He is developing automated methods for image analysis.
Paul Park
Paul is a 2nd year Biochemistry major. Paul is functionalizing fluorescent nanoparticles for cellular labeling.
Joshua Liu
Joshua is a 2nd year Biomedical Engineering major. He is studying the photophysical properties of quantum dots.
Heather Jekot
Heather is a 4th year Chemistry major. She is determining the binding mechanism of polyarginine to the surface of live cells.

High School Students

Katelyn Snider
Katelyn is a senior at Roswell High School. Under the mentorship of Chip, she is learning how to use multi-color single particle tracking.

Past Students

Nicole Fay (Spring 07 - Spring 08, GT undergraduate)
Nicole is a Ph.D. student in the Chemical Biology Graduate Program at the University of California, Berkeley in the lab of Prof. Jay Groves.

Solaire Finkenstaedt-Quinn (Summer 09, REU from Macalester University)
Solaire will begin a Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of Minnesota in Fall, 2010.

Kevin Hardin (Fall 08 - Spring 09, GT undergraduate)
Kevin is currently a laboratory research assistant at Tulane University in Prof. Samuel J. Landry's lab.

Jesse Haulk (Spring 08 - Summer 08, GT undergraduate)

Ashlee St. John Iyer (Summer 08 - Fall 09, Postdoc)

Don-Ricardo Miller (Spring 09 - Summer 10, Postdoc)

Melinda Ogden (Fall 07 - Spring 09, M.S.)
Mindi is pursuing a career as a high school teacher.

Jenna Tomlinson (Summer 08, REU from Grand Valley State University)
Jenna is a Ph.D. student in the Program in Biomedical Science at the University of Michigan Medical School in the lab of Prof. Pat O'Brien.

Personal tools