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Yi Lu

12/21/2011  8:00 am

Jay and Ann Schenck Professor, Departments of Chemistry, Biochemistry, Bioengineering, and Department of Materials Science and Engineering; Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences and of Engineering

Education: Ph.D., Chemistry, University of California at Los Angeles

Research Interests: Using rational design and combinatorial engineering methods to obtain proteins and DNA for directed assembly of nanomaterials, and their applications as selective sensors in environmental and homeland security, medical imaging using fluorescence and MRI, targeted drug delivery, nanoporous catalytic materials for organic transformation and for bioremediation.

A322 Chemical and Life Sciences Laboratory
600 South Mathews Avenue
Urbana, Illinois 61801
(217)333-2619 •