Associate Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
6100 Main Street, MS-60
Houston, Texas 77005
Office: BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC), Room 325
Eugene Zubarev was born on May 4, 1971 and grew up in Astrakhan, Russia. He received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from Moscow State University (1993, GPA 5.0/5.0) and Ph.D. in Chemistry from Russian Academy of Sciences (Dec. 25, 1996). He worked as a research associate at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Northwestern University before moving to Iowa State University where he spent 3 years as an Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering. In 2005 he moved to Rice University Chemistry Department and was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in July 2009. His current research is focused on molecular self-assembly, synthesis of gold nanocrystals, and hybrid materials.
BA: Austin College, Sherman, TX
PhD (In Progress): Rice University, Houston ,Texas, USA
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|Gold Nanorods for use as Optoacoustic Imaging Contrast Agents|
Dr. Min Wang
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Dr. Anton Liopo PhD
Tomowave Laboratories, Houston, TX
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Anton Liopo earned his PhD degree from the Institute of Physiology of National Academy Science of Belarus (NASB). Dr. Liopo went on to join the Institute of Biochemistry of NASB and specialized in the biochemistry of bioactive compounds, addiction biology, and investigations of the structural changes of neuronal membrane by atomic force microscopy. In 2002 Dr. Liopo moved to the United States. In two years Dr. Liopo went from training to becoming a primary researcher for nanoparticle biomedical application at the Center for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Texas, Medical Branch at Galveston.
In 2010 he was invited to join TomoWave Laboratories Inc. (Houston, TX, USA), where he is the lead scientist in its nanobiotechnology program and director of in vivo studies. Dr. Liopo is currently investigating the application of nanoparticles as develop molecular probes for improving optoacoustic imaging, laser nanothermolysis, drug delivery and molecular sensing.
As a visiting scientist at Rice University, Dr. Liopo works on biomedical applications of nano-base composites. He is a regular reviewer for many scientific journals, member of international scientific societies and he has served on several international conference committees. Dr. Liopo has more 60 publications in peer-review journals, proceedings of international conferences and book chapters.
Dr. Bishnu Prasad Khanal
BS: Tribhuvan University, Nepal
MS : Tribhuvan University , Nepal
PhD Rice University, Houston ,Texas, USA
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|Large scale synthesis of monodisperse gold nanorods|
|Synthesis of high aspect ratio gold nanords|