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  Smalley Institute Members by Department


  Bioengineering 
   
John W. Clark, Jr.   electrophysiology (neural, cardiac); mathematical modeling of biological
systems; signal processing methods applied to biological systems; nonliner
system dynamics; electromagnetic field theory
   
Michael R. Diehl physical biology; intracellular trafficking and transport; macromolecular
self-assembly; biomotor mechanics; drug delivery; macromolecular systems
bioengineering; super-resolution microscopy
   
Rebekah Anna Drezek     optical spectroscopy and imaging instrumentation for tissue diagnosis; metal
nanoshells for cancer detection and therapy, drug delivery, and tissue welding;
nanoshells for optical coherence tomography; surface enhanced Raman
scattering sensing with nanoshells; quantum dots for biomedical imaging
   
Fathi H. Ghorbel nanoscale dynamic systems and control, robotics, and biomedical engineering
systems; atomic force microscopy nanomanipulation: modeling and simulation;
vision-based force sensing and multi-rate haptic controller design for nanorobotic
manipulation

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