- Current research (Including research opportunities for grad and undergrad students)
- Determination of neutrophil behavior in the lung capillary environment using
in vitro techniques
- Experimental determination of the response of single cell adhesion
molecules to applied forces
- Computer simulations to determine receptor-ligand adhesive phenotype
- Using cell adhesion molecule adhesive properties for sensors, biomimetic
materials and drug targeting
- PHYS 461/561 - Cell and Molecular Biophysics: A Biophysics course developed in 2002 and taught in Fall quarter
every second year (2004, 2006). It should be taught in Fall 2008.
- PHYS 200 series (PHYS 201, 202 and 203)-- Introductory Physics (without calculus): Courses focus on concepts and use a modified version
of Peer Instruction (with reading quizzes and feedback on LON-CAPA and using PRS clickers in class).
- PHYS 299T -- Tutorial: Tutorials for students in the Honors Tutorial College (HTC)
- PHYS 601 -- Graduate Laboratory: Experience with equipment (SEM, EDX, X-Ray Diffraction, STM, AFM) and presentation of results (paper, poster,
webpages and abstracts).
- Honors Tutorial College (HTC): Director of Studies for Engineering Physics.
- Department of Physics & Astronomy: Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (chair)
last updated: December 10, 2007