The following lists the skills and specialities of the professional staff in a talent matrix. There is a submatrix for life science and another for physical science. Biographies are available by clicking on the links.



Talent Matrix

Life Science


Training and Degree/Position

•Biochemistry, NIH Fellow
•Biophysics, PhD
•Engineering Biology, Faculty Program Director
•Forensics Biology, Research Scientist
•Molecular Biology, Faculty Member
•Bacterial signal transduction
•Cell motility (haptotaxis, chemotaxis)
•Computational biology
•DNA analysis
•Electron paramagnetic resonance
•G-protein coupled receptors
•Ion channels and membrane proteins
•Molecular modeling
•Protein structure and function
•Algorithm development and swarming models
•Radiology, MD
•Surgery, M
•Advanced life support
•Breast cancer
•Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease
•Emergency medicine
•Infection- septic shock
•Surgery- general, trauma
Medical Devices and Diagnostics
•Electrical Engineering, PhD
•Medicine, MD
•Philips NA, Chairman
•Surgery, MD
•Clinical devices
•In vivo imaging
•Precision measurement
•Wireless healthcare
Therapeutics and Vaccines
•Chemistry, PhD
•Medicine, MD
•Drug development platforms
•Small molecule therapeutics
Physical Science

Training and Degree/Position

Chemistry and Materials
•Chemistry, PhD
•Materials Science, PhD
•Physical Chemistry, PhD
•Chemical and biological sensors
•Neutron scattering
•Supercooled liquids
•Thin films
Engineering and Communications
•Electrical Engineering, PhD
•Electronics and electrical engineering
•Photonics, optics, optoelectronics
•Semiconductor engineering
•Transmission and switching
Micro and Nanotechnology
•Materials Science, PhD
•Physical Chemistry, PhD
•Surfaces, deposition, microfluidics
•Batteries, energy, healthcare, water purification
Physics and Software
•Physics, BS and Finance, MBA
•Electronics, detectors, beams, etc.
•Software tools