Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Wright-Rieman Labs,  Rutgers, the State University of new Jersey

610 Taylor Road Piscataway, New Jersey 08854

The primary research activities in my group focus on (1) the design, synthesis, and self-assembly of novel inorganic nanomaterials and organic-inorganic hybrid nanostructured and nanoporous materials and nanobiomaterials; (2) catalysis and nanocatalysis; (3) nanomaterials for biological, medical, and biosensing applications; and (4) nanomaterials for solar cell applications. Our nanomaterials are typically chosen to have multifunctional groups as well as novel structures and shapes at the nanometer scale. Uncovering the structure-property relationships as well as the potential applications of these materials for catalysis, nanoelectronics, separations, sensing, biosensing and drug delivery is also part of our research program.
For specific areas of interest, please click any of our research projects:
    Nanoparticles/Core-Shell Nanoparticles with Novel Structures and Multifunctional Groups and Their Applications     
    Multifunctional Self-assembled Monolayers on Surfaces and Nanoparticles and Their Self-assembled Structures
    Catalysis and Nanocatalysis
    Multifunctional Nanoporous and Mesoporous Materials for Drug-delivery
    Nanomaterials in Cancer Treatment
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