Paul Krenicki Professor of Chemistry
- Ph.D. Clarkson University
- B.S. Drexel University
Our research focuses on novel advances in bioanalytical chemistry, biocatalysis, nanobiotechnology, and medical diagnostics. Our philosophy is to apply our knowledge of chemistry and biology to the solution of some of the problems of our society. We pursue new approaches to medical diagnostics, environmental health, and drug technologies. We have ongoing projects in nanoparticle-based arrays for in vitro toxicity screening and DNA oxidation, LC-MS/MS studies of damage to tumor suppressor genes, automated 3D-printed arrays for biomarker proteins aimed at early cancer detection, and new nanomaterials for energy devices and bioanalysis.