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Dr. Sirinart Ananvoranich- Biochemistry

Sirinart Ananvoranich

Professor
Biochemistry
Ph.D. (Concordia)
anans@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3550
275-3 Essex Hall
Research Area:  Biochemistry
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Tricia Breen Carmichael

Tricia Breen Carmichael

Professor
Inorganic/Materials
Ph.D. (University of Windsor)
tbcarmic@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3538
373-6 Essex Hall
Research Area:  Materials Chemistry
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Philip J. Dutton

Marcus W. Drover

Assistant Professor
Organometallic/Inorganic/Main-Group Chemistry
Ph.D. (The University of British Columbia)
marcus.drover@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3532
363 Essex Hall
Research Area: Inorganic/Materials Chemistry
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Philip J. Dutton

Philip J. Dutton

Associate Professor
Organic Chemistry
Ph.D. (Victoria)
dutton@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3526
273-2 Essex Hall
Research Area: Physical Organic
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Dr. S. Holger Eichhorn - Materials/Organic/Polymer Chemistry

S. Holger Eichhorn

Associate Professor
Organic/Physical
Ph.D. (Bremen Germany)
eichhorn@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3990
364 Essex Hall
Research Area: Materials/Organic/Polymer/Chemistry
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Dr. James Gauld - Computational Chemistry

James Gauld

Professor
Biochemistry/Physical
Ph.D (Australian National University)
gauld@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3992
267 Essex Hall
Research Area:  Biochemistry/Physical
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Dr. James R. Green, Organic Chemistry

James R. Green

Professor
Organic
Ph.D. (Waterloo)
jgreen@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3545
358 Essex Hall
Research Area: Organic Chemistry
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Dr. Samuel A. Johnson - Inorganic Transition Metal and Materials

Samuel A. Johnson

Professor
Inorganic/Materials
Ph.D. (University of British Columbia)
sjohnson@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext: 3769
329 Essex Hall
Research Area: Transition Metal Chemistry & Materials
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Tranum Kaur

Academic Ancillary Staff-Learning Specialist II
MMB Program Coordinator
tranum@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3570
251 Essex Hall
 

Lana Lee - Biochemistry

Lana Lee

Associate Professor
Biochemistry
Ph.D. (Alberta)
llee@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3546
259 Essex Hall
Research Area:  Biochemistry
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Dr. Stephen J. Loeb - Inorganic and Supramolecular Chemistry

Stephen J. Loeb

Professor
Canada Research Chair
Inorganic/Organic
Ph.D. (Western Ontario)
loeb@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3529
375-2 Essex Hall
Research Area: Supramolecular Chemistry
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Dr. Drew Marquardt - Physics - Biomaterials

Drew Marquardt

Assistant Professor
Physics (Biophysics)
Ph.D. (Brock University)
Research: Biomaterials
Drew.Marquardt@uwindsor.ca
+1-(519)-253-3000 Ext. 3537
275-3 Essex Hall
Research Area: Biomembranes
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Scott Mundle

Scott Mundle

Assistant Professor
Analytical
Ph.D. (University of Toronto)
smundle@uwindsor.ca
Phone: (519)-253-3000 Ext. 3755
Fax: (519) 971-3616
GLIER Rm: 223
Research Area: Environmental Chemistry/Geochemistry
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Dr. Bulent Mutus - Biochemistry

Bulent Mutus

Professor Emeritus
Biochemistry 
Ph.D. (Manitoba) mutusb@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3533
278 Essex Hall
Research Area:  Redox Signaling in Vascular Cells 
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Dr. Siyaram Pandey -  Biochemistry

Siyaram Pandey

Professor
Biochemistry Ph.D. (J.N.U., New Delhi)
spandey@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3701
277-1 Essex Hall
Research Area: Cell Death
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Dr. Jeremy Rawson - Inorganic Chemistry

Jeremy Rawson

Professor 
Inorganic/Materials
Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry (Durham University, UK)
jmrawson@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext: 3700
387=A Essex Hall
Research Area:  Inorganic and Molecular Materials
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Dr. Simon Rondeau-Gagné - Organic Materials

Simon Rondeau-Gagné

Assistant Professor
Organic/Materials
Ph.D. (Université Laval)
Simon.Rondeau-Gagne@uwindsor.ca
Phone: (519)-253-3000 Ext. 3556
Fax: (519)-973-7098
373-2 Essex Hall
Research Area:  Organic Materials
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Dr. Keith E. Taylor - Biochemistry

Keith E. Taylor

Professor
Biochemistry
Biochemistry Ph.D. (Toronto)
taylor@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 Ext. 5031
262 Essex Hall
Research Area: Environmental Biotechnology
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Dr. John F. Trant - Biopolymeric materials and (Bio) organic synthesis

John F. Trant

Assistant Professor
Organic/Materials
Ph.D. (University of Ottawa)
j.trant@uwindsor.ca
Phone: (519)-253-3000 Ext. 3528
Fax: (519)-973-7098
373-4 Essex Hall
Research Area: Biopolymeric materials and (Bio)organic synthesis
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Dr. Yufeng Tong - Experimental Biochemistry

Yufeng Tong

Assistant Professor
Biochemistry
Ph.D. (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing)
ytong@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 Ext. 3551
Rm. 355 Essex Hall
Research Area:  Experimental Biochemistry
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Dr. Panayiotis O. Vacratsis  - Biochemistry

 

Panayiotis O. Vacratsis

Associate Professor
Biochemistry
Biochemistry Ph.D. (Michigan State)
vacratsi@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext: 3541
263 Essex Hall
Research Area: Cell Signaling and Proteomics
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Dr. Panayiotis O. Vacratsis  - Biochemistry

 

Nick Vukotic

Assistant Professor
Inorganic/Materials
Ph.D. (University of Windsor)
nvukotic@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext. 3572
375-3 Essex Hall
Research Area: Materials Chemistry
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Dr. Jichang Wang - Physical Chemistry

Jichang Wang

Professor
Cross-Appointed: Department of Physics
Physical Chemistry Ph.D. (Copenhagen)
jwang@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext: 3540
373-5 Essex Hall
Research Area: Non-linear Chemical Dynamics
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Dr. Zhuo Wang - Polymer and Materials- Chemistry

Zhuo Wang

Associate Professor
Polymer and Materials Chemistry Ph.D.
(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) zhuowang@uwindsor.ca
253-3000 Ext: 4235
375-6 Essex Hall
Research Area:  Polymer & Materials Chemistry
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EMERITUS & RETIRED FACULTY

Dr. Ricardo Aroca - Physical and Analytical ChemistryDr. Ricardo Aroca

Physical and Analytical Chemistry
Ph.D. (Moscow State), D.Sc.(Leningrad)
g57@uwindsor.ca
University Professor
Cross-Appointed: Department of Physics
253-3000 Ext. 3528
373-4 Essex Hall
Personal Homepage

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  1. Single-Molecule Detection (SMD) using surface-enhanced resonance Raman scattering and Langmuir-Blodgett monolayers. The development to this new approach to SMD was published in Analytical Chemistry2001, 73, 3674, followed by two new reports and recently the first report of overtone and combinations in SMD was also published in Analytical Chemistry 2003, 75, 1918-1923). In this work the Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) technique has been used to obtain the surface-enhanced resonance Raman scattering (SERRS) spectra of single dye molecules in the matrix of a fatty acid. Mixed monolayers of the dye material have been fabricated on silver islands substrates with a concentration of the probed molecule of one molecule per micron square. Supported by an NSERC research grant.
     
  2. Nanostructures for Surface-Enhanced Spectroscopy. Surface enhanced-vibrational spectroscopy, surface enhanced fluorescence and nanostructure fabrication with appropriate optical properties to produce enhanced optical fields. Supported by an NSERC research grant.
     
  3. With the support of General Motors of Canada we are starting a program on hydrogen storage materials. In this work we shall systematically explore the nature of chemical bonding in a series of hydrides using real-time temperature programmed vibrational spectroscopy in a wide range of temperature. We also examine the complex chemical hydrides using high level ab initio theoretical calculations. One of the main goals of this research work is to optimize the hydride composition to improve the kinetics of hydrogen sorption in ABH4 compounds, where A is alkaline or mixed alkaline elements and B is an sp elements such as B, Al or Ga. Supported by a CRD NSERC grant

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

  1. P.N.W. Pieczonka and R.F. Aroca, Inherent Complexities of Trace Detection by Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering. ChemPhysChem, 2005, p-1-13. Minireviews, Published Online: 18 Nov 2005.
     
  2. R.F. Aroca, R.A. Alvarez-Puebla, N. Pieczonka, S. Sanchez-Cortez, and J.V. Garcia-Ramos, (Review) Surface-enhanced Raman scattering on colloidal nanostructures. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 2005. 116: p. 45-61.
     
  3. Goulet, P.J.G., N.P.W. Pieczonka, and R.F. Aroca, Mapping single-molecule SERRS from Langmuir-Blodgett monolayers on nanostructured silver island films. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 2005. 36(6/7): p. 574-580.
     
  4. Alvarez-Puebla, R.A., E. Arceo, P.J.G. Goulet, J.J. Garrido, and R.F. Aroca, Role of Nanoparticle Surface Charge in Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2005. 109(9): p. 3787-3792.
     
  5. Aroca Ricardo, F., J.G. Goulet Paul, S. Dos Santos David, Jr., A. Alvarez-Puebla Ramon, and N. Oliveira Osvaldo, Jr., Silver nanowire layer-by-layer films as substrates for surface-enhanced Raman scattering. Analytical Chemistry, 2005. 77(2): p. 378-82.
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