Adam has successfully defended his Ph.D and has graduated this past June! He will be leaving us to work in industry. Wilfred has also successfully defended his master’s thesis and graduated this past June as well! He will be leaving us to further his education in a purist of a Ph. D. Good luck gentlemen and best of luck in your future endeavors!
Adam R. Meier, William A. Bahureksa, and Michael L. Heien, “Elucidating the Structure?Function Relationship of Poly(3,4-
Adam R. Meier, Marco Matteucci, Richard F. Vreeland, Rafael Taboryski, and Michael L. Heien, “Rapid Voltammetric Measurements at Conducting Polymer Microelectrodes Using Ultralow-Capacitance Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene):Tosylate,” Langmuir, 2016, 32 (32), pp 8009–8018, DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.6b01423
This year’s CBC research symposium yielded several award s for members of the Heien Lab, including awards for poster presentations and oral presentations!
Members of the Heien lab presented their research at the annual department symposium. Kate gave an oral presentation while the rest of the lab presented posters. Drew and Adam won best poster presentation, and James won the best visualization “eye candy” poster award!
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Katherine L. Parent gave a presentation to the University of Arizona Chemistry and Biochemistry Department on April 16th, 2015, detailing some of her work in Electrochemical investigation of dopamine dynamics in rodent models for the BCP Journal Club.
Richard F. Vreeland presented a talk on his work titled “Integrated Injection-Molded Microchips for Stimulation and Measurement of Exocytosis from Single PC-12 Cells Using a Polymer Microelectrode”.
Katherine L. Parent presented a talk on her work titled “Anesthetics differentially affect dopamine dynamics”.
Adam R. Meier presented a talk on his work titled “Fast-scan cyclic voltammetry of neurotransmitters at conductive polymer electrodes”.
Catherine L. Kramer presented a talk on her work titled “Analysis of Neurotransmitters in GFP-Expressing Dopaminergic Neurons in Primary Cell Cultures from Drosophila Melanogaster Using Amperometry and MALDI-MS”.
Katherine L. Parent gave a presentation to the University of Arizona BCP/DDD Retreat on October 17, 2014, 2013, detailing some of her work in chemical resolution of dopamine by differential adsorption at carbon-fiber electrodes. Katherine’s talk was selected as this year’sBest Presentation. Congratulations Kate!