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Boris Epel
Principal Investigator
Radiation and Cellular Oncology
University of Chicago
CHICAGO, IL
United States
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EPR Techniques:
imaging

Research Areas:
diagnostics / imaging

I am doing research in EPR imaging of oxygen and other physiologic parameters in the area of cancer research and tissue engeneering


Thomas Edwards
Graduate Student
Department of Chemistry
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington
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EPR Techniques:
DEER / PELDOR, EPR theory and simulation, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development, nitroxides, soluble proteins
Statistical Analysis, Scientific Computing, Data Visualization

I work in the Stoll Lab at UW developing computational tools to quantify uncertainty in DEER spectroscopy. I am interested in finding robust methods to maximize the utility of spectroscopic data in the realm of structural biophysics.


Gareth R. Eaton
Principal Investigator
Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, EPR oxymetry, ESEEM / HYSCORE, imaging, pulse EPR, rapid-scan EPR, special resonators

Research Areas:
defect centers, diagnostics / imaging, education, instrumentation / methods development, lanthanides, nitroxides, organic radicals, transition metals

The Eaton group develops new electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) methods and instrumentation to address significant biochemical and chemical problems. A major current emphasis is on EPR methods to improve sensitivity and solve biomedical problems. The conventional approach to detection of signals from unpaired electrons detected only a small fraction of the intensity on each slow pass through the spectrum. By scanning much faster and changing the detection hardware we have achieved dramatic


Sandra Eaton
Principal Investigator
Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado
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EPR Techniques:
imaging, pulse EPR, rapid-scan EPR, special resonators

Research Areas:
education, enzymes, nitroxides

The Eaton group develops new electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) methods and instrumentation to address significant biochemical and chemical problems. A major current emphasis is on EPR methods to improve sensitivity and solve biomedical problems. The conventional approach to detection of signals from unpaired electrons detected only a small fraction of the intensity on each slow pass through the spectrum. By scanning much faster and changing the detection hardware we have achieved dramatic


Keith Alton Earle
Principal Investigator
Physics
University at Albany (SUNY)
Albany, NY
United States
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EPR Techniques:
special resonators

Research Areas:
nitroxides

My research interests focus on instrumentation development for high field EPR with specific applications in nitroxide spectroscopy. My theoretical work forcuses on generalizations of the Stochastic Liouville Equation for high field and the non-linear response regime.


Eduardus C. Duin
Principal Investigator
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Auburn University
Auburn, AL
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, rapid-freeze quench

Research Areas:
catalysis, enzymes

EPR spectroscopy is essential for the understanding of reaction mechanism of metalloenzymes. It is important to promote this technique and open up my lab to anybody that needs access to this technique.


Thierry Dubroca
Postdoctoral Scholar
EMR
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Tallahassee, Florida
United States
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DNP, high-field EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development

My research activities focus on the instrumental development of high field DNP. Field of 14T and above. Magic Angle Spinning and Overhauser DNP.


George Cutsail
Principal Investigator
Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion
Muelheim an der Ruhr, NRW
Germany
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, ENDOR, ESEEM / HYSCORE, pulse EPR, rapid-freeze quench, spectroelectrochemistry
Cryoreduction

Research Areas:
catalysis, energy materials, enzymes, membrane proteins, organic radicals, soluble proteins, transition metals
main-group radicals

My research interests lie in the advanced EPR spectroscopic characterization of inorganic and bioinorganic systems and their role in fundamental chemical energy reactions.


Jessica Clayton
Graduate Student
Physics
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, high-field EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development, lanthanides, membrane proteins

My research interests include instrumentation and methods development for high-field EPR at 240 GHz, with a focus on application of Gd(III) based spin labels for structure studies of membrane proteins.


Timothee Chauvire
Postdoctoral Scholar
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, pulse EPR, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
energy materials, inorganic semiconductors, instrumentation / methods development, organic radicals, soluble proteins

I began a postdoctoral fellowship in the ACERT laboratory in Jack Freed's group and I actually work on different projects:
1) I'm elucidating electron transfer mechanism by ESR spectroscopy different photochemical systems.
2) I'm studying by spin label ESR spectroscopy the interaction of Tau protein with microtubule (Alzheimer Disease).
I would like to have more knowledge in instrumentation development especially in time-resolved ESR spectroscopy and rapid-freeze quenching device.


Siddarth Chandrasekaran
Graduate Student
Chemistry and ACERT
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR, pulse EPR, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
education, lanthanides, membrane proteins, nitroxides, organic radicals, soluble proteins

I am interested in studying the dynamics of lipids and proteins in the cell membranes. Currently as a graduate student at ACERT and the Freed group, I have been developing two dimensional and high field epr experiments to study biomembranes.


Thomas Casey
Postdoctoral Scholar
UCSB
Santa Barbara, California
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, DNP, ENDOR, EPR theory and simulation, ESEEM / HYSCORE, high-field EPR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
enzymes, instrumentation / methods development

XBand ODNP


Leah Casabianca
Principal Investigator
Chemistry
Clemson University
Clemson, SC
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EPR Techniques:
DNP

Research Areas:

My group is interested in using DNP for studying interactions between nanomaterials and biologically-relevant molecules.


Elizabeth Canarie
Graduate Student
Chemistry
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
United States
EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, EPR theory and simulation, pulse EPR, rapid-freeze quench

Research Areas:
soluble proteins

I am in the Stoll group at the University of Washington, looking at spin label contributions to DEER.


Jason Campbell
Principal Investigator
Engineering Physics Division
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, MD
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EDMR, rapid-scan EPR

Research Areas:
defect centers, instrumentation / methods development

We utilize a variety of home built CW spectrometers to perform ESR and EDMR on a wide variety of samples. I am most interested in new instrument development for biochemical and solid state studies.


David S Cafiso
Principal Investigator
Chemistry
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
membrane proteins

Our research efforts have been directed at the use of spectroscopic methods, such as EPR spectroscopy, to determine the structures and structural transitions in membrane transport proteins and proteins involved in neuronal exocytosis. We have also made extensive use of EPR based methods to characterize the mechanisms of reversible protein-membrane interactions, and to examine the dynamics and conformational equilibria in membrane proteins.


David Budil
Principal Investigator
Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Northeastern University
Stoughton, MA
United States
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR, ODMR, special resonators

Research Areas:
drug development, energy materials, enzymes, membrane proteins, nitroxides

I have been a leading developer of experimental EPR spectroscopy, particularly high-resolution, high-field applications based on quasioptical technology. I have also contributed significantly to the development and dissemination of software for quantitative analysis of EPR line shapes based on both diffusion equations and molecular dynamics calculations. I have broad experience applying these methods to study structure and dynamics in a wide range of systems, including protein and nucleic acids,


R David Britt
Principal Investigator
Chemistry
University of California, Davis
Davis, CA
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, ENDOR, ESEEM / HYSCORE, high-field EPR, pulse EPR, rapid-freeze quench, spectroelectrochemistry, THz EPR

Research Areas:
catalysis, energy materials, enzymes, instrumentation / methods development, membrane proteins, nitroxides, soluble proteins, transition metals

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Frauke Breitgoff
Graduate Student
Laboratory of Physical Chemistry
ETH Zürich
Zürich, Zürich
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EPR Techniques:
DEER / PELDOR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development, membrane proteins, nitroxides, soluble proteins, transition metals

To increase the sensitivity and distance range of DEER/PELDOR is the aim of my PhD project. In this respect, I am working with shaped pulses generated by an Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) and DEER pulse sequences involving more than 4 pulses.


Michael K. Bowman
Principal Investigator
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
United States
EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, EDMR, ENDOR, EPR theory and simulation, ESEEM / HYSCORE, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
defect centers, enzymes, instrumentation / methods development

To increase opportunities for interdisciplinary applications of EPR.


Christoph Boehme
Principal Investigator
Physics and Astonomy
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, EDMR, ENDOR, high-field EPR, microresonators, ODMR, pulse EPR, special resonators

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

My research is focused on spin-selection rules and other spin-dependent electronic transitions in condensed matter with low spin-orbit coupled electron states which can potentially be utilized for spin-to-charge conversion in spin-based technologies (spintronics, quantum computing). Materials of interest are organic and other carbon based semiconductors, silicon based materials such as mono-, poly, micro, and nano-crystalline as well as amorphous silicon and silicon nitride.


Jasleen Kaur Bindra
Postdoctoral Scholar
Baltimore, Maryland
United States
EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EDMR, high-field EPR, ODMR, pulse EPR, special resonators, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
defect centers, energy materials, lanthanides, organic semiconductors, single-molecule magnets, transition metals

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Joshua R. Biller
Principal Investigator
TDA Research Inc.
Golden, CO
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DNP, EPR microscopy, EPR oxymetry, EPR theory and simulation, imaging, pulse EPR, rapid-scan EPR

Research Areas:
diagnostics / imaging, education, instrumentation / methods development, nitroxides

My background is in relaxation measurements (T1,T2) of organic radicals in aqueous phase (250 MHz - 34 GHz) and development of rapid scan EPR imaging at 250 MHz. As a post doc I gained experience constructing my own instrumentation for low-field solution DNP. I am now at a contract R&D firm and am championing low-field electromagnetics as an answer to many materials characterization problems. I have an interest in expansion and development of in-situ EPR.


Lakshmi Bhaskaran
Graduate Student
Physics
Florida State University and MagLab
Tallahassee, FL
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR

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

I am Graduate Student working at National High Magnetic Field laboratory. My interest lies in investigating the transition metal ions with giant magnetic anisotropy using high field EPR. I am also developing a high pressure cell/cavity to study the effect of structure on these materials.


James Arthur Bench II
Graduate Student
Chemistry
University of Denver
Englewood, Colorado
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
education, nitroxides, soluble proteins

I work with Tau Protein and aquire distance measurements using DEER