From front to back, Netz Arroyo, Alex Shaver (holding the cake), Miguel Pellitero and Jonathan Mahlum. Missing in the picture is Vincent Clark, who trades spots with Jonathan in the afternoon to comply with our JHU SOM social density policies. But he got cake too later in the day!
A big thanks to Jamie Spangler, Taekjip Ha, Miguel Pellitero and Elissa Leonard for working hard toward this effort with me. https://www.electrochem.org/ecs-blog/ecs-adapts-advances-arroyo-curras?utm_source=Informz&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=ECS%20Website&_zs=MvCAd1&_zl=GlKp6
In this study, Alex demonstrates the importance of selecting adequate monolayer chemistries to produce longer-lasting electrochemical biosensors. Specifically, we are working towards improving the operational stability of electrochemical, aptamer-based sensors to enable multiday sensing in vivo. More to come from the group! #NetzLabHopkins https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acsami.9b22385