The Payne Lab
|February, 2012. From left to right, Front Row: Christine, Saheli, Candace. Back Row: Steve, Umesh, Jairo, Eddy, Joseph, Kelsey.|
|Christine K. Payne Ph.D. |
Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Saheli earned her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and her M.S. from Drexel University. While at Case Western, Saheli worked in the group of Prof. Harihara Baskaran on cellular migration. Saheli is doing a joint post-doc with the Payne and Kemp labs. She is studying the intracellular transport of proteins necessary for redox signaling.
|Steven Hira |
Steve earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Florida State University. During his Ph.D., Steve worked under Prof. Geoffrey F. Strouse on imaging biomaterials for cellular delivery and developing biosensing devices. Currently, he is working on the intracellular synthesis of conducting polymer nanowires.
Debjyoti earned his Ph.D in Chemistry from Syracuse University with Prof. Yan-Yeung Luk. Debjyoti has worked on the fabrication of self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) of chiral polyol-terminated alkanethiols on gold. In the Payne Lab, Debjyoti is working on the bioconjugation of thiophene monomers for intracellular delivery and lysosomal transport.
|Austin Cyphersmith |
Austin earned his Ph.D in Chemistry from University of Massachusetts Amherst with Prof. Mike Barnes studying the orientation edependence of chiroptical properties of single molecules. Currently he is building a two photon TIRF imaging set-up.
Candace earned her M.S. and B.S. in Chemistry from Western Washington University. In the Payne Lab, she is studying nanoparticle-protein interactions.
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Hursh is a 3rd year Chemical Engineering major who is studying the biological synthesis of conducting polymers.
|Emilie Warren |
Emilie is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a B.S. in Biochemistry and a Spanish minor.
Syeda Anum (Summer 11, REU from Northeastern University)