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
Prof. Soundappan is now an Associate Professor at Navajo Technical University in New Mexico, School of Science. He visited with his student, who is highly motivated to join a graduate program. I look forward to working with them in the near future.
Very excited to share the news that Miguel A. Pellitero has started a postdoctoral position in our lab. Miguel received his B.S. in Chemistry and Masters in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Oviedo, Spain. He then moved to Barcelona to pursue a PhD in Electrochemistry at Autonomous University of Barcelona, where he worked as […]
From week one of my faculty tenure my office has been very playful. The inside microclimate changes on a weekly basis, from no heating in winter time to no cooling in the summer. Because of how much fun this has been to me, I decided to track my office temperature changes over time in the […]
Rotation student Alex Shaver and Netz Arroyo rocking Hawaiian Shirt Friday on 03/29/2019. After adopting the tradition from the Plaxco Group at UCSB four years ago, Netz finally got curious about its origins. Here is a somewhat documented explanatory link: