Dan Burden's Research Students

Dr. Burden's research students with long-term activity (Current students and lab history)

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FinkJulie Fink 

Major: Biology
Research Active: 2011-
Project(s): Cellular dynammics of alpha-hemolysin exposure
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2012; "Protecting Lung Epithelial Cells from the Toxic Effects of Alpha Hemolysin" (pdf)

Presentations: Argonne Undergraduate Research Symposium, October 2012.  For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.

Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen Burden
Graduation Year: 2013
Current Pursuit: Student

EllingsenJared Ellingsen 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2011-
Project(s): Membrane binding dynamics of alpha hemolysin
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2012; "Equilibrium Dynamics of Alpha-Hemolysin and Red Blood Cells Measured by Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy" (pdf)

Presentations:

Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen Burden
Graduation Year: 2014
Current Pursuit: Student

A_WilliamsAbby Williams 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2011-
Project(s): Chemical modificaiton of alpha hemolysin
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2012; "Conjugation of Alpha Hemolysin to Polyethylene Glycol" (pdf)

Presentations:

Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen Burden
Graduation Year: 2013
Current Pursuit: Student

 

HarmonDavid Harmon 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2011-
Project(s): Single molecule atomic force microscopy of alpha hemolysin
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2012; "Molecular Imaging of Alpha-Hemolysin Protein by Atomic Force Microscopy" (pdf)

Presentations:

Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen Burden
Graduation Year: 2014
Current Pursuit: Student

 

PedersonEmmanuel Pederson 

Major: Computer Science
Research Active: 2011-
Project(s): Computer modeling of alpha hemolysin
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2012; "Computer Simulation of Single-Molecule Diffusion" (pdf)

Presentations:

Graduation Year: 2015
Current Pursuit: Student

DeVriesAaron Devries 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2011-2012
Project(s): Post-translational modifications of aHL
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2011; "HPLC analysis of variably synthesized alpha hemolysin" (pdf)

Presentations:

Graduation Year: 2012
Current Pursuit: HoeyRock

 

DillmanSam Dillman

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2011-2012
Project(s): Lipid/protein interactions
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2011; "Probing alpha-hemolysin's interactions with lipid membranes" (pdf)

Presentations: Video of seminar given at Whean Science Symposium, October 2011.  For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.

Graduation Year: 2012
Current Pursuit: Med. School, Wisconsin College of Medicine Milwaukee

 

DrownBryon Drown 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2011-2012
Project(s): Brownian dynamics simulations of aHL
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2011; "Evaluating a nanopore-based DNA sequencing device" (pdf)

Presentations: Video of seminar given at Whean Science Symposium, October 2011.  For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.

Graduation Year: 2012
Current Pursuit: Ph.D., Chemistry, Univ. of IL

 

NortonJoe Norton

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2011-
Project(s): Large-scale modifications of alpha hemolysin
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2011; "Quantum Dot Derivatization of Alpha Hemolysin"(pdf)

Presentations: 

Graduation Year: 2013
Current Pursuit: Student

 

BartonZack Barton

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2010-2012
Project(s): FCS of red blood cells lysis by aHL, Laser micromachining 
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2010; "FCS characterization of aHL after hemoloysis" (pdf)

Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2011; "Small changes: micromachining in a big way" (pdf)

Publications: Lam, J, Culbertson, M.J., Skinner, N.P. Barton, Z., Burden, D.L., “Information Content in Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy: Binary Mixtures and Detection Volume Distortion,” Anal. Chem., 83, 5268-5274, 2011.

Presentations:

Graduation Year: 2012
Current Pursuit: Ph.D., Chemistry, Univ. of IL, Urbana-Champaign

 

Katie BakerCatherine Baker

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2010-2011
Project(s): Langmuir trough measurements of aHL at a lipid interface, expression of aHL
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2010; "Protein Surfing at an Air-Water Interface" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Video of seminar given to Wheaton faculty, Fall 2011.  For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.

 
Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2011
Current Pursuit: Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 

 
 
PrinzPhilipp Prinz

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2010-2011
Project(s): Single molecule microscopy in membranes
 
Posters: Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS), Oct 17, 2010, Raleigh, NC; "Recognizing Patterns in Single Molecule Fluorescence Microscopy using Multivariate Analysis" (pdf)
 
Graduation Year: 2011
Current Pursuit: Business consulting, Accenture, New York, NY

 
 

BlairPatti Blair

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2010-
Project(s): Electrophysiology measurements of aHL and PA63, expression of aHL
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2010; "Channel Characterization of Pore Forming Proteins" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Video of seminar given to Wheaton faculty, Spring 2011.  For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use. 

Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2011
Current Pursuit: Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 

 
 
LarsonAmy Larson

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2008-2010
Project(s): Expression of mutant a-Hemolysin, red blood cell lysis assays
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2009; "Hemolytic Characterization of Alpha hemolysin Mutants"  (pdf)
 
Presentations: Video of Seminar Given to Wheaton Faculty, Fall 2009 (Co-presented with Donna Van Cott)
For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use. 

Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2010
Current Pursuit: Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

 

 

VanCottDonna Van Cott

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2009-2010
Project(s): Exploration of quantum dots as protein labels, expression of mutant a-Hemolysin
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2009; "Mutagenesis and Fluorescent Labeling of aHL" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Video of Seminar Given to Wheaton Faculty, Fall 2009 (Co-presented with Amy Larson)
For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.
 
Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2010
Current Pursuit: High School Chemistry and Biology Teacher, Roanoke, VA

 

 
 
SkinnerNathan Skinner

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2009-2011
Project(s): Single molecule microscopy in membranes
 
Posters: Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS), Oct 17, 2010, Raleigh, NC; "Recognizing Patterns in Single Molecule Fluorescence Microscopy using Multivariate Analysis" (pdf)

Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2009; presented as a video poster; "Species Classification in Single Molecule Imaging Experiment Using PCA/SIMCA Pattern Recognition" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Video of Seminar Given to Wheaton Faculty, Fall 2009
For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.

Publications: Lam, J, Culbertson, M.J., Skinner, N.P. Barton, Z., Burden, D.L., “Information Content in Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy: Binary Mixtures and Detection Volume Distortion,” Anal. Chem., 83, 5268-5274, 2011.
 
Graduation Year: 2011
Current Pursuit: Med. School, Wisconsin College of Medicine Milwaukee

 

 

KooimanJonathan Kooiman

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2009-2012
Project(s):Expression of Protective Antigen in E. coli
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2009; "Expression, Purification, and Characterization of Bacillus anthracis Protective Antigen under Non-denaturing Conditions" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Video of Seminar Given to Wheaton Faculty, Fall 2009, Spring 2012
For access to these video presentations, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.
 
Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2012
Current Pursuit: Medical School
 

 
 
SchusterKelsey Schuster

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2009-2011
Project(s): Single molecule diffusion in PEM thin films
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2009; "Characterizing Properties of Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Thin films Using Single-Molecule Spectroscopy" (pdf)
 
Presentations:
 
Co-mentor: Dr. Peter Walhout
Graduation Year: 2011
Current Pursuit: Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley 

 

FagerDan Fager

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2009-2010
Project(s): Single molecule diffusion in PEM thin films
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2009; "Characterizing Properties of Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Thin films Using Single-Molecule Spectroscopy" (pdf)
 
Presentations:
 
Co-mentor: Dr. Peter Walhout
Graduation Year: 2010
Current Pursuit: Industry
 

 
 
LindtJared Kindt

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2008-2009
Project(s): Single molecule microscopy, expression of mutant a-Hemolysin
 
Publications: Spectroscopy Letters, 43, 586, 2010
Posters:Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS), Oct 17, 2010, Raleigh, NC; "Recognizing Patterns in Single Molecule Fluorescence Microscopy using Multivariate Analysis" (pdf)

Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2008; "Optical Tracking of Fluorescently Derivatized Molecules" (pdf)
 
Presentations:Seminar Given to Wheaton Faculty, Fall 2008 (Co-presented with Derek Bailey)
For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.

Single-Molecule Tracking of Fluorescently Derivatized a-Hemolysin (pdf)
 
Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen Burden
Graduation Year: 2009
Current Pursuit: Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

 

LamJonathan Lam

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2008-2010
Project(s): Computer simulations of Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy, NFCS measurements
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2008; "Computer Simulations of Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy in Complex Situations" (pdf)
 
Presentations:

Seminar Given to Wheaton Faculty, Fall 2008
For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.

Limits of Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy in Complex Solutions (pdf)

Graduation Year: 2010
Current Pursuit: Medical Student, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
 

 
 
BaileyDerek Bailey

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2007-2009
Project(s): Expression of mutant a-Hemolysin, Ion channel electrophysiology, Single molecule microscopy
 
Publications: Spectroscopy Letters, 43, 586, 2010

Posters:

Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS), Oct 17, 2010, Raleigh, NC; "Recognizing Patterns in Single Molecule Fluorescence Microscopy using Multivariate Analysis" (pdf)

ASBMB 2008, San Diego, CA: Molecular Biology

ASBMB 2008, San Diego, CA: Electrophysiology 

Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2007; "Characterizing Single-Molecule Pore Formation
of Fluorescently Labeled α-Hemolysin"
(pdf)
 
Presentations:

Seminar Given to Wheaton Faculty, Fall 2008 (Co-presented with Jared Kindt)
For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.

Wheaton College Summer Research Program, "Characterzing Single-Molecule Pore Formation of alpha-Hemolysin: Electrophysiology of Lipid Bilayer nanopores" (pdf)

Wheaton College Summer Research Program, "Characterizing Single-Molecule Pore Formation of alpha-Hemolysin: Protein Engineering, Purification and Fluorescent Labeling" (pdf)
 
Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2009
Current Pursuit: Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

CarrJosh Carr

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2007-2009
Project(s): Single molecule diffusion investigations in polyelectrolyte multilayers
 
Posters: American Chemical Society National Meeting, Aug. 2008, Philadelphia, PA, 2008

Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2007; "Single-Molecule Diffusion Studies in Polyelectrolyte Multilayer (PML) Thin Films" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Seminar Given to Wheaton Faculty, Fall 2008 (Co-presented with Josh Bartels)
For access to this video presentation, please contact Dr. Daniel Burden (daniel.l.burden@wheaton.edu). Please include the presenter's name, date, and brief description of intended use.
 
Publications: Langmuir, 25, 8330, 2009
Co-mentor: Dr. Peter Walhout
Graduation Year: 2009
Current Pursuit: Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison
 

 
 
JonesBrynna Jones

Major: Chemistry, Ancient Languages
Research Active: 2007-2008
Publications: Spectroscopy Letters, 43, 586, 2010
Project(s): Expression and optimization of wild-type a-hemolysin
 
Posters: ASBMB 2008, San Diego, CA: Molecular Biology (pdf)

"Optimizing Expression and Purification of α-Hemolysin for Characterization of Pore Assembly" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Wheaton College Summer Research Program, "Characterizing Single-Molecule Pore Formation of alpha-Hemolysin: Protein Engineering, Purification and Fluorescent Labeling" (pdf)

Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2008
Current Pursuit: PhD. in Chemistry, Univ. of Minnesota
 

 

PaulsonAshley Paulson

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2007-2008
Project(s): Expression of mutant a-Hemolysin, ion channel electrophysiology
 
Publications: Spectroscopy Letters, 43, 586, 2010
Posters: ASBMB 2008, San Diego, CA: Molecular Biology

ASBMB 2008, San Diego, CA: Electrophysiology

Wheaton College Homecomming Summer Research Poster Session, "Mutagenesis and Labeling of α-Hemolysin for Mechanistic and Structural Studies" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Wheaton College Summer Research Program, "Characterizing Single-Molecule Pore Formation of alpha-Hemolysin: Protein Engineering, Purification and Fluorescent Labeling" (pdf)

Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2007
Current Pursuit: PhD. in Biological Science, Columbia University
 

 
 
TaylorMichael Madison Taylor

Major: Biology
Research Active: 2007-2008
Project(s): Ion channel electrophysiology, single molecule microscopy
 
Publications: Spectroscopy Letters, 43, 586, 2010

Posters: ASBMB 2008, San Diego, CA: Electrophysiology

Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2007; "Electrophysiological Characterization of α-Hemolysin Nanopores in Lipid Membranes" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Wheaton College Summer Research Program, "Characterzing Single-Molecule Pore Formation of alpha-Hemolysin: Electrophysiology of Lipid Bilayer nanopores" (pdf)

Graduation Year: 2008
Current Pursuit: Law School, University of Mississippi
 
 

 

CulbertsonMichael Culbertson

Major: Ancient Languages, French
Research Active: 2003-present
Project(s): Numerical Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (NFCS), computer programming and simulation
 
Posters: Biophysical Society Meeting, 2007, Baltimore, MD; "Implementing Numerical Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy Under Non-Standard Measurement Conditions to Accurately Assess Molecular Dynamics" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Pittcon 2007, Chicago, IL; "Beyond the Boundaries: Numerical Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy for the Analysis of Complex Biomolecular Dynamics" (pdf)

Publications: Am. Biotech. Lab, 26, 6, 2008, Anal. Chem., 79, 4031, 2007; Rev. Sci. Instrum., 78, 044102, 2007 ; Spectrosc. Lett., 37, 129, 2004.

Graduation Year: 2004
Current Pursuit: Computer consulting & programming, Graduate studies in educational statistics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 

 

 
HubbellKatie Hubbell

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2006
Project(s): Expression and fluorescnet labeleing of mutant a-hemolysin
 
Publications: Spectroscopy Letters, 43, 586, 2010
Poster: ASBMB 2008, San Diego, CA: Molecular Biology

Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2006; "Point Mutation and Fluorescent Labeling of a-Hemolysin" (pdf)
 
Presentations:
Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen-Burden
Graduation Year: 2006
Current Pursuit: High school chemistry teacher, Naperville, IL
 

 

 

WilliamsJosh Williams

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2004-2007
Project(s): Numerical Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (NFCS), optical trapping and particle manipulation
 
Poster: Pittcon 2007, Chicago, IL; "Measurement Requirements for Numerical Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (NFCS)" (pdf)

Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2005; "Development of Experimental Techniques in Preparation For Mechanistic UDG Studies" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Wheaton College Science Faculty Lunch Seminar, Fall 2005; "Development of Optical Trapping Techniques in
Preparation for Mechanistic UDG Studies"
(pdf)

Publications: Anal. Chem., 79, 4031, 2007; Am. Biotech. Lab, 26, 6, 2008
Graduation Year: 2008
Current Pursuit: Medical School, University of Chicago
 

 

 
 
BurkettJoe Burkett 

Major: Biology
Research Active: 2005
Project(s): Investigating putative nitrogen reduction in the thermite reaction
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Reserach Poster Session, Fall 2005; "Thermite Reaction and Putative Reduction of Atmospheric Nitrogen" (pdf)
 
Presentations:
Graduation Year: 2005
Current Pursuit: Emergency medicine
 

 

DreyerDan Dreyer 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2005
Project(s): Bilayer lipid membrane (BLM) electrophysiology, single molecule microscopy
 
Poster(s): Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session: "Characterizing Actin-Coated Lipid Membranes with Single-Molecule Imaging and Elasticity Measurements" (pdf)

Presentations: Argonne Undergraduate Research Symposium, 2005, "Characterizing Actin-Coated Lipid Membranes with Single Single-Molecule Imaging and Elasticity Measurements" (pdf)

Wheaton College Science Faculty Lunch Seminar, Fall 2005; "Characterizing Actin-Coated Lipid Membranes with Single Single-Molecule Imaging and Elasticity Measurements" (pdf)
 
Graduation Year: 2007
Current Pursuit: Ph.D in chemistry, University of Texas
 
 

 
 
HinesRyan Himes 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2004,2005
Project(s): Single molecule diffusion investigations in polyelectrolyte multilayers
 
Posters:
 
Presentations: Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area (ACCA) Student Symposium, Fall 2005; "Single Molecule Diffusion Studies in Polyelectrolyte Thin Films" (pdf)

Publications: Langmuir, 25, 8330, 2009

Co-mentor: Dr. Peter Walhout
Graduation Year: 2006
Current Pursuit: Lab Associate, Loyola Medical Center

 

 

ChengWayland Cheng 

Major: Chemistry (with Honors)
Research Active: 2003-2005
Project(s): Numerical Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (NFCS); Coating membrane bilayer with actin filaments
 
Posters: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2003; "Stabilizing Lipid Membranes with Actin Filaments" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Pittcon 2005, Orlando, FL; "Stabilizing Lipid Membrane Sensing Platforms with a Cytoskeletal Network" (pdf)

Wheaton College Science Faculty Lunch Seminar, Fall 2003; "Stabilizing Lipid Membranes with Actin Filaments" (pdf)
 
Publications: Anal. Chem., 79, 4031, 2007
Graduation Year: 2005
Current Pursuit: MD/PhD, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

 

 
 
KimDaniel Kim 

Major: History
Research Active: 2004-2005
Project(s): Stabilizing lipid membranes with actin filaments
 
Poster: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2004; " Stabilizing Planar Lipid Bilayers" (pdf)
 
Presentations: Pittcon 2005, Orlando, FL; "Stabilizing Lipid Membrane Sensing Platforms with a Cytoskeletal Network" (pdf)

Wheaton College Science Faculty Lunch Seminar, Fall 2004; "Stabilizing Planar Bilayer Lipid Membranes" (pdf)
 
Graduation Year: 2005
 
Current Pursuit: Bioethicist

 
 

ChandlerEmily Chandler

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2001-2004
Project(s): Expression of mutant a-hemolysin, Ion channel electrophysiology, Single molecule microscopy
 
Publications: Langmuir, 20, 898, 2004
 
Presentations: Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Society (FACSS) Meeting, Portland, OR, 2004; "Simultaneous single-molecule optical and electrical recording of nanopore occlusion dynamics and lipid membrane adsorbates" (pdf)

Graduation Year: 2001
Current Pursuit: Forensic Chemist, Oregon State Police
 
 

 
 
Dan BaileyDan Bailey

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2003
Project(s): Simgle molecule spectroscopy of UDG DNA repiar
 
Poster: "Essence and Fluorescence of DNA Repair: Single-Molecular Enzymatic Action" (pdf)
 
Presentations:

Current Pursuit: Graduate school in chemistry, Northwestern University
 
 

 

RuppEmily Rupp Wiebracht, M.D. 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2002,2003
Project(s): Simulations of single molecule diffusion
 
Poster:
 
Publications: Anal. Chem., 79, 4031, 2007 ; Spectrosc. Lett., 37, 129, 2004.

Graduation Year: 2004
Current Pursuit: Medical practice 
 

 
 
StultzDee Ann Stults, M.D. 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2002,2003
Project(s): Simulation of single molecule diffusion
 
Poster: American Chemical Society Meeting, New Orleans, 2003; Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2002; "Simulating and Analyzing Molecular Motions is Membranes: A Key to Tissue Engineering" (pdf)
 
Presentations:
Publications: Anal. Chem., 79, 4031, 2007 ; Spectrosc. Lett., 37, 129, 2004.
Current Pursuit: Medical practice
 

 

SmithAlyssa Smith 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2002
Project(s): Expression of mutant a-hemolysin, Ion channel electrophysiology, single molecule microscopy
 
Poster:
 
Publications: Langmuir, 20, 898, 2004
Co-mentor: Dr. Lisa Keranen Burden
Current Pursuit: Ph.D. in chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
 
 

 
 
BrownMark Brown 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2002
Project(s): Measuring single molecule dynamics on surfaces
 
Poster: American Chemical Society Metting, New Orleans, 2003; "Single Molecule Dynamics: Viewing and Interrogation"
 
Presentations:
Graduation Year: 2003
Current Pursuit: Industry

 
 

LoewensTravis Lowens 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2002
Project(s): Separations of fluorescent labeled proteins
 
Poster:
 
Presentations:
Graduation Year : 2003
Current Pursuit: Pharmaceutical Development: Exoxemis, Omaha, NE
 
 

 
 
PoppenSteven Poppen 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2001
Project(s): Single molecule microscopy
 
Poster:
 
Presentations:
Graduation Year: 2002
Current Pursuit: Ph.D in Biomedical Sciences, Loyola University, Chicago, IL
 
 

LovellMatt Lovell, M.D. 

Major: Chemistry
Research Active: 2001-2002
Project(s): Single molecule microscopy of UDG
 
Poster: Wheaton College Homecoming Summer Research Poster Session, Fall 2002: "Confocal Microscopy in Single-Molecule Studies of Uracil DNA Glycosylase: Determination of Quenching Frequency" (pdf)
 
Graduation Year: 2002
Current Pursuit: Medical Practice
 

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