Dr. Parker’s expertise is in photochemical, oxidative, and biochemical reactions in natural and engineered environmental systems.
Dr. Ling’s research employs genomics, machine learning and theory. The lab’s ultimate goal is to discover the principles underlying the diversity, functioning and resilience of microbial ecosystems and develop tools to enable ecologically aware designs.
Dr. Yang’s exptertise is in Photonics, optical sensing, microresonators, lasers, non-Hermitian physics, parity-time symmetry in photonics.
Dr. Singamaneni’s exptertise is in plasmonic nanostructures for chemical and biological sensors and nanomedicine.
Dr. Babcock has been at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine since 1994. After completing her residency, she served as medical chief resident at Barnes-Jewish Hospital for a year before starting her infectious disease fellowship.
Professor Arvidson is the deputy project scientist for NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover mission, a member of the Mars Science Laboratory and Reconnaissance Orbiter science teams, and the director of Geosciences Node of NASA’s Planetary Data System.
Dr. Achilefu’s research interests are in molecular optical and multimodal imaging and monitoring treatment response of diseases.