Advanced Processing of Biomaterials
Utilizing a combination of electrochemistry, colloid and interface science, and bio-inspired chemistry, we aim to develop new scalable, tunable, and low-cost processing techniques for the fabrication of multi-functional biomaterials.
Advanced Materials Interfaces, 2022, 9 (24), 2201009.
D Nakhaie, TC Williams, B Velapatino, EA Bryce, MK Charles, E Asselin, A Clifford
ACS Applied Biomaterials, 2021, 4 (9), 6619-6629.
S Kim, JB Chen, A Clifford
The biological response of an interface can be tailored by tuning both surface chemistry and morphology. We design and characterize new smart surfaces for biomedical implants and high-touch surfaces, to prevent implant associated infections (IAIs) and surface-based transmission of infectious disease.
ACS Applied Polymer Materials, 2020, 2 (8), 3390-3396.
A Clifford, A D’Elia, J Deering, BEJ Lee, K Grandfield, I Zhitomirsky
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2019, 176, 115-121.
A Clifford, BEJ Lee, K Grandfield, I Zhitomirsky
Towards portable and personalized disease diagnoses and treatment, we create new functional nanomaterials for point-of-care (POC) detection and monitoring of clinically relevant biomolecules.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2021, 143 (14), 5281-5294.
A Clifford, J Das, H Yousefi, A Mahmud, JB Chen, SO Kelley
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2019, 123 (26), 16186-16193.
A Victorious, A Clifford, S Saha, I Zhitomirsky, L Soleymani