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Lia Stanciu

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Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering; Associate Professor of Materials Engineering

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Training Group(s):
Chemical Biology

Current Research Interests:

Stanciu’s efforts focus on understanding the biological-inorganic materials interactions, biomaterials research, electron microscopy of neurologically relevant proteins and materials processing under an electrical field application. The materials that are currently investigated between 2005 and 2011have biosensing, health, environmental and defense related applications. This research program is well supported financially by the NSF and the NIH.

Selected Publications:

1. Sonal Padalkar*, Yu-Ho Won*, Lia Stanciu, Robert Moon, “Natural Biopolymers as Templates for Bottom-Up Fabrication of Inorganic Nanostructures,” Langmuir (2010), accepted.

2. Ravi Sinha*, E.A. Andreescu, L. Stanciu, “Zinc Oxide Based Acetyl Cholinesterase Biosensor,” (2010) Analytica Chimica Acta, in press.

3. Yu-Ho Won, Ravi Sinha, E.A. Andreescu and L. Stanciu, “Core Shell Nanoparticles as Biosensor Platform for Detection of Pesticides,” Langmuir (2010), article ASAP.

4. Lia Stanciu, Yu-Ho Won*, Mallikarjunarao Ganesana and Silvana Andreescu “Review: Magnetic Particle-Based Hybrid Platforms for Bioanalytical Sensors,” Sensors (2009), 9(4), 2976-2999.

5. P. Marsac, A. Rumondor, D. Nivens, U. Satyanarayan, L. Stanciu, L. Taylor, “Miscibility of Amorphous Dispersions of Felodipine and Poly(vinyl pyrrolidone),” Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2009) 99(1), 169-185.

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