Dr. Eric Monroe presented work outlining some of his recent experiments in developing a new system for analyzing ligand/receptor structure dynamics.
Christopher W. Atcherley presented some of his recent work in increasing the sensitivity of neurotransmitter measurement using a technique called Delayed Timing Voltammetry developed in the Heien lab.
Nicholas Laude presented some of his recent work in the development of a high coloumetric efficiency electrochemical detection platform for capillary electrophoresis utilizing conducting polymer electrodes and multilayer photolithography.
On January 13th and 14th Dr. Michael Heien and Dr. Neal Armstrong will be hosting the 44th annual Society of Western Analytical Professors conference.
This SWAP conference is an excellent place for young professors to be introduced to the analytical academic community. This conference includes Assistant professors, senior graduate students, and post-docs who would like an opportunity to present their research and interact with their colleagues in an traditional chalk talk setting.
More information can be found here: http://swaptucson.org/
Congratulations to second year graduate student Richard Vreeland for being selected as the 2011-2012 Keck Nanoscale Imaging Facility research assistant.