Faculty – Analytical
Travis Bailey - Associate Professor, Chemical and Biological EngineeringPh.D., University of Minnesota970-491-4648 / firstname.lastname@example.orgHis research interests at Colorado State will focus on the thermodynamics of nanoscale self-assembly processes in block copolymer composite materials and their applications in a variety of environments, including polymer-based photovoltaics, bio-enzymatic fuel cells, chemical and biological sensing devices, targeted chemical delivery, and hydrogel-based shape memory materials.
Delphine Farmer - Assistant ProfessorPh.D., University of California-Berkeley970-491-0624 / email@example.comAtmospheric biogeochemistry and mass spectrometryAtmospheric chemistry; Instrument development & high resolution mass spectrometry; Field and laboratory measurements of reactive trace gases, pesticides and particles; Oxidation of organic compounds in the atmosphere; Biosphere-atmosphere exchange.
Nick Fisk - Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological EngineeringPh.D., University of Wisconsin970-491-4115 / Nick.Fisk@colostate.eduMy research involves expanding the genetic code to include specifically reactive amino acids and using these types of non-natural amino acids to construct branched proteins and control the physical properties of protein assemblies.
Charles Henry - Professor, Department ChairPh.D., University of Arkansas970-491-2852 / firstname.lastname@example.orgMicroscale bioanalytical and environmental chemistryBioanalytical chemistry; environmental chemistry; chemical separations; microscale chemical instrumentation; capillary electrophoresis; biosensor development; paper-based analytical devices; microfluidics
A.R. Ravishankara - ProfessorPh.D. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL970-491-2876 / A.R.Ravishankara@colostate.eduAtmospheric ChemistryAtmospheric chemistry via studies in gas phase kinetics and photochemistry, heterogeneous chemistry, atmospheric field observations, and analyses of modeling results; Furthering understanding of the earth’s atmosphere, diagnosing, understanding of, and providing solutions to environmental issues of the stratospheric ozone depletion, air quality, and climate change; Provide new insights into gas phase chemical reactions, reactions on surfaces and in liquids, and photochemical processes; Developing new experimental methods both for laboratory studies and atmospheric measurements.
Melissa Reynolds - Associate Professor of Chemistry and School of Biomedical Engineering, Associate ChairPh.D., University of Michigan970-491-3775 / email@example.comBiomaterials and biomedical engineeringMultidisciplinary chemical design and fabrication of biomimetic materials for use in medical device applications. Research work includes: synthesis of organic and inorganic compounds including small-molecule therapeutics, polymers, and extended frameworks; analytical studies utilizing fluorescence, chemiluminesence, zeta potential, and LC/MS-TOF; fabrication and engineering of materials; biomedical efficacy and toxicity studies.
Justin Sambur - Assistant ProfessorPh.D., Colorado State Universityjsambur@colostate.eduNanomaterials, Nanoelectrochemistry, Single-particle microscopy and spectroscopy, Solar energy conversion and CatalysisThe Sambur group synthesizes nanomaterials and develops imaging techniques to correlate material properties with nanoscale function/performance.
Alan Van Orden - Associate ProfessorPh.D., University of California at Berkeley970-491-6286 / Alan.Van_Orden@colostate.eduBioanalytical chemistry, single molecule detection and spectroscopy, laser spectroscopy, optical and scanning probe microscopy, optical biosensors for pharmaceutical and clinical chemistry.