499Independent Research For The Master'S Thesis
290Research in Chemistry
490Research In Chemistry
Research in the Driskell group focuses on the development of novel diagnostic and biological assays by interfacing chemistry, nanomaterials, and biology. Work includes both applied research to develop innovative bioanalytical tools, as well as fundamental research to investigate the mechanism of SERS, antibody-antigen binding kinetics, and novel ligands.
J. Abell, J. D. Driskell, R. A. Tripp, and Y. Zhao “Current Progress on Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Chemical/Biological Sensing” Functional Nanoparticles for Bioanalysis, Nanomedicine, and Bioelectronic Devices, ACS Symposium Series, Volume 1113, Chapter 10, 2012, pp 235-272.
J. D. Driskell and R. A. Tripp “Vibrational Spectroscopic Approaches to Rapid Diagnostics” Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology; R. A. Meyers, ED.; Springer, 2012.
Song, J. D. Driskell, R. A. Tripp, Y. Cui, and Y. Zhao “The Use of Handheld Raman System for Virus Detection” Proc. SPIE. 2012.
Y. H. Lai, S. Koo, S. H. Oh, E. A. Driskell, and J. D. Driskell “Rapid Screening of Antibody–Antigen Binding Using Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) and Gold Nanoparticles” Anal. Meth., 2015, 7, 7249-7255.
J. D. Driskell, C. G. Larrick, and C. Trunell “Effect of Hydration on Plasmonic Coupling of Bioconjugated Gold Nanoparticles Immobilized on a Gold Film Probed by Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy” Langmuir, 2014, 30, 6309-6313.