BioE/COS Professor Heather Clark was awarded a $1.5M grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for "Nanosensors for Chemical Imaging of Acetylcholine Using MRI".
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- Young Faculty Award, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
- Y. Luo, E. Kim, C.A. Flask, H.A. Clark, Nanosensors for Chemical Imaging of the Neurotransmitter Acetylcholine Using MRI, ACS Nano, 12(6), 2018, 5761–5773
- E.H. Kim, G. Chin, G. Rong, K.E. Poskanzer, H.A. Clark, Optical probes for neurobiological sensing and imaging, Accounts of Chemical Research: Special Issue- The Interface of Biology with Nanoscience and Electronics, 51(5), 2018, 1023–1032
- G. Rong, E.H. Kim, K.E. Poskanzer, H.A. Clark, A Method for Estimating Intracellular Ion Concentration Using Optical Nanosensors and Ratiometric Imaging, Nature Scientific Reports, 7, 2017, 10819
Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry, University of Michigan, 1999
B.S. Chemistry, University of Michigan
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BioE/COS Professor Heather Clark directs the new Chemical Imaging for Living Systems (CILS) Institute which will focus on finding ways to image the chemistry of our bodies.
Bioengineering Professor Heather Clark and Associate Professor Mark Niedre awarded a $1.4M, 4-year NIH grant to develop circulating red blood cell based nanosensors for non-invasive optical drug monitoring.