The Creative Pursuit of New Knowledge
Professor Jeffrey E. Dick, Ph.D
Chemistry under Nanoconfinement (in droplets & single cells)
We Study Single Things, One at a Time at
SEAC Young Investigator
Congrats to Jeffrey, who was named the Royce W. Murray SEAC Young Investigator Award Winner!
Congrats to Dr. Matthew W. Glasscott, our lab's first Ph.D!!
Congrats to Jeffrey, whose NSF CAREER "Electroshock Synthesis of High Entropy Alloy Nanoparticles from Sub-Femtoliter Reactors" was recommended for funding!
Congrats to Matt, Silvia, and Phil, whose paper regarding mapping solvent entrapment was accepted by Langmuir!
Congrats to Nikki, whose paper on oxidase-loaded hydrogels was just accepted in Biosensors and Bioelectronics!
Anal. Chem. Paper
Congrats (again!) to Andrew, whose paper was accepted for publication in Anal. Chem.
ACS Nano Paper
Congrats to Andrew, whose paper was accepted for publication in ACS Nano!
Dr. Jeffrey E. Dick
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 and environmental 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
The University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill