Single Atom Electrochemistry * High Entropy Alloy Nanoparticle Reactivity *  Nanoelectrochemistry inside Single, Living Cells

The Creative Pursuit of New Knowledge

Professor Jeffrey E. Dick, Ph.D
NanoElectro & BioAnalytical Chemistry Lab
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Group News

December 13, 2019

Enzyme Kinetics

Congrats to Alli, whose paper was accepted in Analytical Chemistry today!

December 01, 2019

Paper in J Chem Ed

Congrats to Matt, Andrew, Collin, and Matt V., whose paper was accepted in the Journal of Chemical Education!

October 01, 2019

Review accepted!

Congrats to Sondrica, whose review was accepted in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society!

September 16, 2019


Congrats to Sondrica, whose paper was accepted by ChemElectroChem after only 2 weeks from submission!

August 30, 2019

App award!

Our team was chosen to receive support from application developers to create an app for iOS and Android devices for our in-house SweepStats. This step will truly make electrochemistry accessible to everyone!

August 06, 2019

Matt Wins Fellowship!

Congratulations to Matt, who has been named a Ralph W. Bost Fellow for the 2019-2020 academic year!

June 19, 2019

BSU Alumni Magazine

Jeffrey was featured in an article in the Ball State University Alumni Magazine!

June 16, 2019

Nature Editors' Highlight

Our paper recently published in Nature Communications has been named an Editors' Highlight!

May 01, 2019


Our DoD ERDC Grant has been funded! This is a very important project that will develop sensor technology to electrochemically detect PFAS in drinking water.

April 30, 2019

Nature Communications!

Congratulations to Matt, Andrew, Sondrica, Anthony, Andy, and Christophe for the acceptance of their paper in Nature Communications!

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The PI

Dr. Jeffrey E. Dick

Principal Investigator


Dear Explorers,

I want to welcome you to our group page! We are chemists who are interested in the applications of electrochemistry to nanotechnology and complex biological systems. We are passionate about many things, including the creative pursuit of new knowledge (what I like to fondly call research), educating all knowledge seekers, ages 1-120, discovering new truths of nature, and using new knowledge to the benefit of humankind. Feel free to peruse the website and reach out if you have any questions.

We are always looking for new talent to join the laboratory and collaborate with our team of multidisciplinary researchers. Please e-mail me directly with inquiries. We look forward to hearing from you!

Warm Wishes and Happy Trails,


Jeffrey E. Dick, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

The University of North Carolina

at Chapel Hill

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