Welcome to the Cremer Group

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Front Left: Chuanyu Yan, Ji Sun Paschal, Chad Drexler, Steven Lebowitz, Emmett Ding, Ryan Huttemann, Simou Sun, Seung-Yi Lee, Tinglu Yang; Back left: Matt Poyton, Virginia Greenberger, Codey Hendersen, Bradley Rogers, Anne Sendecki, Saranya Pullanchery, Djoshkun Shengjuler, Alexis Baxter, Paul Cremer

The laboratory of Biointerfaces, led by Prof. Paul Cremer, is a multidisciplinary research team that works at the crossroads of biological interfaces, nanomaterials, spectroscopy, and microfluidics. Biophysical and analytical studies are tied together through the employment of novel lab-on-a-chip platforms which enable high throughput/low sample volume analysis to be performed with unprecedented signal-to-noise. From neurodegenerative diseases to artificial hip implants, a huge variety of processes occur at biological interfaces. Our laboratory uses a wide variety of surface specific spectroscopy and microfluidic technologies to probe mechanisms of disease, build new biosensors against pathogens, and understand the molecular-level details of the water layer hugging a cell membrane.  Read more…

Read an interview with Paul Cremer on spectroscopy and water structure