Bioanalytical Chemistry faculty use state of the art sampling, separation, detection and characterization techniques to promote our understanding of fundamental life processes and to increase our knowledge of how to intervene in those processes to regulate biological function and restore health. These techniques include: microdialysis, mass spectrometry, single molecule imaging and spectroscopy, microchip analytical devices, and electroanalytical techniques.
|David Benson||Timothy Jackson||Susan Lunte|
|Cindy Berrie||Carey Johnson||Mario Rivera|
|Heather Desaire||Michael Johnson||David Weis|
|Robert Dunn||Craig Lunte||Yong Zeng|
Associated Centers, Institutes, & Programs
- Analytical Sciences Digital Library (ASDL), your peer-reviewed portal for the analytical sciences.
- Center for Molecular Analysis of Disease Pathways (CMADP)
- Graduate Training Program in Dynamic Aspects of Chemical Biology
- Ralph N. Adams Institute for Bioanalytical Chemistry (Adams Institute)