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Jonathan V. Sweedler

12/21/2011  8:00 am

James R. Eiszner Family Chair in Chemistry; Professor, Departments of Chemistry and Bioengineering; Director, R.J. Carver Biotechnology Center; Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences and of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences

Education: Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Arizona

Research interests: Development of analytical methods for assaying complex microenvironments, capillary electrophoresis separation methods, laser-based detection methods, MALDI sampling techniques, nanoliter volume NMR and micro/ nanofluidic sampling; study of the distribution and dynamic release of neuropeptides and classical transmitters.

2317 Beckman Institute
405 N. Mathews Avenue
Urbana, Illinois 61801
(217) 244-4398 • jsweedle@illinois.edu