Postdoctoral Fellow Pennsylvania State University
|Director, W. M. Keck Center for RNA-Mediated Materials Synthesis: 2005-2007|
|Postdoctoral Fellow, Pennsylvania State University: 1995-1997|
|Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, Colorado State University: 1990-1994|
|2000||David and Lucile Packard Foundation Award|
|2000||National Science Foundation Career Award|
|1999||Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation Young Investigator Award|
|1999||Society of Electroanalytical Chemistry Young Investigator Award|
|1995||National Science Foundation Post-doctoral Fellowship|
|1993||Procter and Gamble Research Fellowship, Colorado State University|
The Feldheim lab is working primarily in three research areas: (1) discovery of new catalyst materials for use in alternative energy schemes; (2) development of new methods and therapeutics for the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases such as TB and HIV; and (3) development of new biomolecule tagging strategies for use in electron tomographic imaging of whole cells.
The lab pursues its mission through the synthesis of nanometer-scale materials. Please visit our Research page to learn more about our projects.