Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry

ASU students are developing sensors for the early detection of disease, using biophysics and novel analytics for disease diagnose at the atom, molecule and cellular level and are building high-throughput diagnostic arrays for personalized medicine. Students can learn mass spectrometry, electron microscopy, cryo-EM, X-Ray crystallography, high field NMR, lab-on-a-chip, fluorescence and single molecule spectroscopy, micro- and nanofluidics, peptide and NDA arrays.

Ariel Anbar

Earth Surface Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry, Isotopic Composition Studies, Biogeochemistry

Chad Borges

Analytical biochemistry, mass spectrometry, protein posttranslational modifications, disease markers

Daniel Buttry

Battery and fuel cell materials, Electrochemistry, Corrosion, Interfacial chemistry

Hilairy Hartnett

Aqueous Geochemistry, Biogeochemistry, Oceanography, Carbon Cycle Research, Environmental Chemistry

Mark Hayes

Microfluidics, bioassays, microchip devices, Noninvasive sampling, materials and surface chemistry

Pierre Herckes

Environmental Chemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosol and Cloud Chemistry, Environmental Pollution, Analytical Chemistry

Joshua LaBaer

Proteomics, biomarkers, cancer, diagnostics, protein arrays

Stuart Lindsay

Scanning probe microscopy, molecular electronics, molecular biophysics, nano-scale self-assembly

Alexandra Ros

Micro and nanofluidics Bioanalytics, Single cell analysis, Biomolecule migration mechanisms

Peter Williams
Professor

Mass spectrometry, MALDI, DNA, sequencing, DNA Arrays