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Glenn L. Millhauser
Principal Investigator
Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of California, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, ESEEM / HYSCORE

Research Areas:
membrane proteins, nitroxides, soluble proteins, transition metals

We use biophysical methods to study neurological proteins, their cofactors and how misregulation contributes to disease.


Joseph McPeak
Graduate Student
Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, EPR oxymetry, EPR theory and simulation, imaging, in-cell EPR, pulse EPR, rapid-scan EPR

Research Areas:
catalysis, diagnostics / imaging, drug development, enzymes, instrumentation / methods development, membrane proteins, nitroxides, nucleic acids, organic radicals, soluble proteins, transition metals

I am beginning my third year of graduate school and my second year at the DU EPR Center as of 7-25-2016.


Johannes McKay
Postdoctoral Scholar
EPR - HiPER
NHMFL
Tallahassee, FL
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, DNP, ENDOR, EPR theory and simulation, ESEEM / HYSCORE, high-field EPR, in-cell EPR, pulse EPR, rapid-scan EPR, special resonators

Research Areas:
enzymes, instrumentation / methods development, membrane proteins, nitroxides, nucleic acids, soluble proteins

I have a strong interest in using pulse dipolar spectroscopy and site-directed spin labelling to derive dynamics and relative location of secondary structure of protein. I have experience in microwave electronics and quasioptical methods.


John McCracken
Principal Investigator
Chemistry
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan
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EPR Techniques:
ESEEM / HYSCORE

Research Areas:
transition metals

Most of my research efforts are directed at using ESEEM and HYSCORE to structurally characterize the catalytic sites of metalloenzymes.


Lauren A McCarthy
Undergraduate Student
Chemistry
University of Florida
Jacksonville, Florida
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EPR Techniques:
DNP

Research Areas:
inorganic semiconductors

My research interests are centered around inorganic solid state semiconductors, namely GaAs and AlGaAs multiple quantum well films. My group will often strain these materials by bonding them to materials which have different lattice constants and lowering the temperature. We are able to dynamically polarize nuclei through the application of laser light and study the enhanced polarization via ordinary NMR. I want to join the Shared EPR network in order to learn about the research advances in EPR.


Dane McCamey
Principal Investigator
School of Physics
University of New South Wales
University of New South Wales, New South Wales
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EDMR, ENDOR, high-field EPR, ODMR, pulse EPR, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
defect centers, energy materials, inorganic semiconductors, instrumentation / methods development, organic semiconductors

My research focuses on the impact of spin on the electronic properties of materials and devices for solar energy generation and quantum enabled electronics. My group also supports the use of advanced spin resonance techniques to address problems in biology and chemistry.


Rachel Matt
Graduate Student
Stanford University
Stanford, California
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
drug development, membrane proteins

Allosteric drugs have the ability to fine-tune cellular response and direct cell signaling towards a particular pathway for the largest class of druggable proteins, G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs). I use continuous wave and DEER EPR spectroscopies to study GPCRs in the presence of allosteric ligands, to identify the mechanism of the allosteric response, and inform future rational drug design.


Guinevere Mathies
Principal Investigator
Chemistry
University of Konstanz
Konstanz, Baden-Württemberg
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DNP, ENDOR, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR, pulse EPR, THz EPR, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
catalysis, enzymes, instrumentation / methods development, nitroxides, organic radicals, transition metals

I am an Emmy Noether Group Leader in the Chemistry Department of the University of Konstanz. Our research focuses on the development of new methods of DNP/MAS NMR as well as the use of multi-frequency EPR to study reaction mechanisms of (metallo)enzymes.


Thorsten Maly
Principal Investigator
Bridge12 Technologies, Inc.
Framingham, MA
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DNP, ENDOR, EPR theory and simulation, ESEEM / HYSCORE, high-field EPR, microresonators, pulse EPR, special resonators, THz EPR

Research Areas:
drug development, instrumentation / methods development, organic radicals

My main interest is in the area of instrumentation development for EPR, DNP and NMR spectroscopy.


Hans Malissa
Postdoctoral Scholar
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, EDMR, ENDOR, EPR theory and simulation, ESEEM / HYSCORE, high-field EPR, microresonators, ODMR, pulse EPR, special resonators, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
defect centers, inorganic semiconductors, instrumentation / methods development, organic radicals, organic semiconductors

My research interests are organic & carbon based semiconductors, silicon-based semiconductors, low-dimensional electron systems, spintronics, EPR/EDMR instrumentation and methods.


Dr. Fraser MacMillan
Principal Investigator
School of Chemistry
University of East Anglia
Norwich, Norfolk
United Kingdom
EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, ENDOR

Research Areas:
catalysis, education, enzymes, instrumentation / methods development, membrane proteins, nitroxides, organic radicals, soluble proteins, transition metals

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Stephen Lyon
Principal Investigator
Electrical Engineering
Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EDMR, ENDOR, ESEEM / HYSCORE, microresonators, pulse EPR, special resonators
, ultra-long coherence systems

Research Areas:
defect centers, education, inorganic semiconductors, instrumentation / methods development
, electrons on helium

Our lab's research is focused on understanding the physics of materials and structures with extremely long electron spin coherence. One of the main applications is the development of devices for quantum simulation and quantum computing. Long coherence requires very dilute systems, pushing the limits of sensitivity and stability. Some of the experiments must be run at milliKelvin temperatures and microwatt power levels, for which we are developing superconducting microresonators.


John Lupton
Principal Investigator
Department of Physics
University of Regensburg
Regensburg, Bavaria
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EPR Techniques:
ODMR

Research Areas:
organic semiconductors

We are interested in magnetic resonance of OLEDs.


Yanxian Lin
Graduate Student
Biomolecular Science and Engineering
UC Santa Barbara
Goleta, California
United States
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, DNP, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development, soluble proteins

Yanxian currently focuses on the complex coacervation of intrinsically disordered protein (IDP) and RNA, using cwEPR, DNP and DEER to probe conformation and dynamics of IDP and RNA.


Michal Leskes
Principal Investigator
Materials and Interfaces
Weizmann Institute of Science
Rehovot, na
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DNP, ENDOR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
energy materials, inorganic semiconductors, lanthanides, transition metals

I am interested in expanding my and my group's knowledge and experience in EPR for characterization of inorganic materials doped with paramagnetic metal ions and of conductive materials.


K. V. Lakshmi
Principal Investigator
Troy, NY
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, DNP, EDMR, ENDOR, EPR microscopy, EPR oxymetry, EPR theory and simulation, ESEEM / HYSCORE, high-field EPR, imaging, in-cell EPR, microresonators, ODMR, pulse EPR, rapid-freeze quench, rapid-scan EPR, special resonators, spectroelectrochemistry, THz EPR, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
catalysis, defect centers, diagnostics / imaging, drug development, education, energy materials, enzymes

To be completed.


Ilya Kuprov
Principal Investigator
School of Chemistry
University of Southampton
Southampton, Hampshire
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EPR Techniques:
EPR theory and simulation

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development

Lead developer of Spinach


Jurek Krzystek
Laboratory Manager
National High Magnetic Field Lab
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida
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EPR Techniques:
high-field EPR

Research Areas:
transition metals

To be filled.


Meghan Kohne
Graduate Student
Emory University Department of Physics
Atlanta, Georgia
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR

Research Areas:
catalysis, enzymes

I study protein-solvent dynamics in Ethanolomine Ammonia Lyase catalysis


Thomas Keevers
Postdoctoral Scholar
Physics
University of New South Wales
Sydney,
Australia
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EDMR, EPR theory and simulation, ODMR, pulse EPR, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
energy materials, instrumentation / methods development, organic semiconductors

I'm interested in using pulsed electrically and optically detected magnetic resonance to investigate the optical and electronic pathways of organic electronic devices.


Katy Keenan
Professional
Applied Physics
NIST
Boulder, Colorado
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EPR Techniques:
imaging

Research Areas:
diagnostics / imaging

Looking to learn more about EPR. Strong background in MRI. Would like to combine EPR and MRI to explore iron in the body.


Jing Jin
Laboratory Manager
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EPR theory and simulation, spectroelectrochemistry

Research Areas:
catalysis, inorganic semiconductors, organic radicals, transition metals

I took over the position of Assistant Director at the Magnetic Resonance Center (MRC) at BC last year, and the majority of my duties are centered on assisting students with their experiments on our EMX-Plus EPR spectrometer. I have been assisting students with acquiring routine EPR spectra of organic radicals and nitroxides, as well as guiding them through the process of EPR simulations, as I concurrently hone the art myself.


Wei Jiang
Graduate Student
Chemistry
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR

Research Areas:
nucleic acids, soluble proteins

My research is now focused on conformations of GATA3 binding domain bonded to DNA by using site directed spin labeling.


ShangDa Jiang
Staff Scientist
College of Chemistry, Peking University
Beijing, Beijing
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, high-field EPR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development, lanthanides, organic radicals, single-molecule magnets, transition metals

I am a research scientist in College of Chemistry, Peking University. My major research interest is the quantum coherence, magnetic anisotropy and coupling behavior of magnetic molecules.


Shirin Jamali
Graduate Student
Physics and Astronomy
University of Utah
SLC, Utah
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EDMR, ENDOR, high-field EPR, imaging, ODMR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
defect centers, education, energy materials, inorganic semiconductors, instrumentation / methods development, organic semiconductors

EDMR spectroscopy of organic semiconductors and other materials with low spin-orbit coupling at high resonant driving fields B1 using microwire and low frequency/B0 conditions with potential application for magnetometry and the exploration of nonlinear magnetic field phenomena