Experimental biophysics, Experimental nanoscience
Ph.D. in Physics, State University of New York Stony Brook, 2003
Dissertation: “Conditional measurements, quantum feedback, and cold atoms in cavity QED”
Advisor: Prof. Luis Orozco, University of Maryland, College Park
M.A. in Physics, State University of New York Stony Brook, 2000
B. S. in Physics, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997
My research focuses on the development and applications of single molecule measurements. My lab specializes in biological nanopore sensing in conjunction with optical tweezers and fluorescence microscopy. Recent efforts have focused on water-soluble nanoclusters, polymer analysis and laser-based heating of the nanopore sensing environment.
- C. E. Angevine, S. J. Seashols-Williams, J. E. Reiner, “Infrared laser heating applied to nanopore sensing for DNA duplex analysis,” Anal. Chem. 88, 2645 (2016).
- A. E. Chavis, K. T. Brady, N. Kothalawala, J. E. Reiner, “Voltage and blockade state optimization of cluster-enhanced nanopore spectrometry,” Analyst, 140, 7718 (2015).
- C. E. Angevine, A. E. Chavis, N. Kothalawala, A. Dass, J. E. Reiner, “Enhanced single molecule mass spectrometry via charged metallic clusters,” Anal. Chem., 86, 11077 (2014).
- J. E. Reiner, J. W. F. Robertson, D. L. Burden, L. K. Burden, A. Balijepalli, J. J. Kasianowicz, “Temperature sculpting in yoctoliter volumes,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 135, 3087 (2013).
2011-present – Assistant Professor, VCU Department of Physics
2005-2011 – Research physicist, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
2003-2005 – NRC Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology
2000-2003 – Research Assistant, SUNY Stony Brook
American Physical Society (since 1996)
HONORS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
NIST-ARRA Senior Fellowship (2011)
National Research Council/NIST Postdoctoral Research Associateship (2003-2005).