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==Contact Info==
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==Education==
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* 2014, PhD, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, NY
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* 2014 (expected), PhD, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, NY
* 2009, MS, Chemical Engineering, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY
* 2009, MS, Chemical Engineering, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY
* 2008, BS, Chemical Engineering, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY
* 2008, BS, Chemical Engineering, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY
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# Engineering molecular recognition
# Engineering molecular recognition
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# Stimulus responsive biomaterials
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# Engineering stimulus responsive biomaterials
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# Engineering novel cell penetrating peptides for targeted drug delivery
==Publications==
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#Shur O, Dooley K, Blenner M, Baltimore M, Banta S. 2013. A designed, phase-changing RTX-based peptide for efficient bioseparations. Biotechniques 54(4): 197-206
#Dooley K, Kim YH, Lu HD, Tu R, Banta S. 2012. Engineering of an Environmentally Responsive Beta Roll Peptide for Use As a Calcium-Dependent Cross-Linking Domain for Peptide Hydrogel Formation. Biomacromolecules 13: 1758-64  
#Dooley K, Kim YH, Lu HD, Tu R, Banta S. 2012. Engineering of an Environmentally Responsive Beta Roll Peptide for Use As a Calcium-Dependent Cross-Linking Domain for Peptide Hydrogel Formation. Biomacromolecules 13: 1758-64  
#Wu J, Park JP, Dooley K, Cropek DM, West AC, Banta S. 2011. Rapid Development of New Protein Biosensors Utilizing Peptides Obtained via Phage Display. PloS one 6: e24948
#Wu J, Park JP, Dooley K, Cropek DM, West AC, Banta S. 2011. Rapid Development of New Protein Biosensors Utilizing Peptides Obtained via Phage Display. PloS one 6: e24948
#Sahin A, Dooley K, Cropek DM, West AC, Banta S. 2011. A dual enzyme electrochemical assay for the detection of organophosphorus compounds using organophosphorus hydrolase and horseradish peroxidase. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 158: 353-60
#Sahin A, Dooley K, Cropek DM, West AC, Banta S. 2011. A dual enzyme electrochemical assay for the detection of organophosphorus compounds using organophosphorus hydrolase and horseradish peroxidase. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 158: 353-60

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Contact Info

Kevin Dooley
Kevin Dooley
  • Kevin Dooley
  • Columbia University
  • 500 W120th Street
  • Mudd 801
  • New York, NY 10027
  • kpd2109@columbia.edu

I work in Scott Banta's Protein and Metabolic Engineering Lab at Columbia University.

Education

  • 2014 (expected), PhD, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, NY
  • 2009, MS, Chemical Engineering, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY
  • 2008, BS, Chemical Engineering, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY

Research interests

  1. Engineering molecular recognition
  2. Engineering stimulus responsive biomaterials
  3. Engineering novel cell penetrating peptides for targeted drug delivery

Publications

  1. Shur O, Dooley K, Blenner M, Baltimore M, Banta S. 2013. A designed, phase-changing RTX-based peptide for efficient bioseparations. Biotechniques 54(4): 197-206
  2. Dooley K, Kim YH, Lu HD, Tu R, Banta S. 2012. Engineering of an Environmentally Responsive Beta Roll Peptide for Use As a Calcium-Dependent Cross-Linking Domain for Peptide Hydrogel Formation. Biomacromolecules 13: 1758-64
  3. Wu J, Park JP, Dooley K, Cropek DM, West AC, Banta S. 2011. Rapid Development of New Protein Biosensors Utilizing Peptides Obtained via Phage Display. PloS one 6: e24948
  4. Sahin A, Dooley K, Cropek DM, West AC, Banta S. 2011. A dual enzyme electrochemical assay for the detection of organophosphorus compounds using organophosphorus hydrolase and horseradish peroxidase. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 158: 353-60
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