- Postdoctoral Fellow, AT&T Bell Laboratories 1992-1994
- Ph. D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- B.S. University of Athens, Greece
The research efforts in my group include a wide range of nanomaterials and devices in the area of the nanosized bio-systems. Much of our expertise is concentrated at the supramolecular assembly of artificial nanostructures and their unique interactions with biological entities (such as redox proteins, DNA, PNA, lipid vesicles and bio-compatible polymers). These endeavors span into the following areas: single wall carbon nanotubes, semiconductor nanocrystals, DNA-assisted solid freeform fabrication manufacture of photonic crystals, and totally implantable wireless glucose sensors.
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