The Ackerson Lab received one of (9) total awards for Cryo-CLEM Labels within the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s Frontiers of Imaging program. With this award funding, the lab will continue developing their established ‘Cloneable Nanoparticles‘ technology to synthesize cloneable quantum dots within cells at regions of interest. To view the award, click here including the other […]
On Thursday 11/16 Addison gave a great Physical Division seminar titled “Utilizing Nanoparticles for Magnetic Hyperthermia and Photothermia.” If you’d like to read the abstract for her talk, you can find it here! Seminar Abstract
MaKayla gave an excellent literature seminar presentation Friday, November 10th to the Materials Division titled “Using 1H NMR Spectroscopy to Study Surface Dynamics of Metal Nanoclusters.” Please click the link to read her abstract! Seminar Abstract
Congratulations to Rachel who successfully completed her written and oral preliminary exams! We are excited for what her research will bring over the next few years in the realm of cloneable nanoparticle rational protein design!
Interested 1st year PhD students are encouraged to join us for the Ackerson Lab Fall Research Symposium the evening of 8/24, hosted at Chris’s house. The symposium features an overview from Chris, presentations from current graduate students looking back on past work and towards future experiments and goals, libations, and food. Please reach out to […]
Our invited Feature Article titled: “Cloneable inorganic nanoparticles” was recently published in Chemical Communications! Check it out here.
Alex successfully defended his dissertation earlier this summer and earned his PhD in Chemical Biology! He is moving on to work with Scott Compel (alumnus) at AEMS Corp as R&D Lead, Strategic Market Research.