People

Julie Suzanne Biteen :

Julie Suzanne Biteen

Associate Professor 2017 -
Assistant Professor 2010 - 2017

Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University, 2006-2009
Ph.D. Chemistry, Caltech, 2006
M.S. Applied Physics, Caltech, 2003
A.B. Chemistry, Princeton University, 2001

Resume (pdf)

jsbiteen@umich.edu
Ben Isaacoff : PhD Student, Applied Physics

Ben Isaacoff

PhD Student, Applied Physics

Polarization and chirality in plasmon-enhanced fluorescence;
Electromagnetic simulations of nanophotonics

Website

isaacoff@umich.edu
Yilai Li : PhD Student, Biophysics/PIBS

Yilai Li

PhD Student, Biophysics/PIBS

Replisome organization and dynamics in Bacillus subtilis

yilai@umich.edu
Stephen Lee : PhD Student, Chemistry

Stephen Lee

PhD Student, Chemistry

Single-molecule plasmon-enhanced cellular imaging

stevalee@umich.edu
Josh Karslake : PhD Student, Biophysics/PIBS

Josh Karslake

PhD Student, Biophysics/PIBS

Single-molecule imaging of fast-moving molecules

joshkars@umich.edu
Tiancheng Curly Zuo : PhD Student, Chemistry

Tiancheng Curly Zuo

PhD Student, Chemistry

The effect of polarization in plasmonic coupling

curlyzuo@umich.edu
Hannah Chia : PhD student, Program in Chemical Biology

Hannah Chia

PhD student, Program in Chemical Biology

Imaging Microbial Communities

hechia@umich.edu
Eric Donarski : Undergraduate, Biochemistry, UM

Eric Donarski

Undergraduate, Biochemistry, UM

Single-molecule imaging in living bacteria

eddski@umich.edu
Ziyuan Chen : Visiting student from Nankai University

Ziyuan Chen

Visiting student from Nankai University

Single-molecule imaging of replisome dynamics

ziyuanc@umich.edu
Dr. Mou-Chi Cheng : Research Associate

Dr. Mou-Chi Cheng

Research Associate

Enhanced sensitivity for imaging vitamin B12

merge@umich,edu
Harsimranjit “H.J.” Sekhon : Undergraduate, Biochemistry, UM

Harsimranjit “H.J.” Sekhon

Undergraduate, Biochemistry, UM

Using metal nanostructures to enhance intrinsic bio-molecular fluorescence

hsse@umich.edu

Join Our Team – Open Positions!

There are lots of opportunities to get involved in our work!

I am very interested in hearing from energetic University of Michigan graduate students and undergraduate students who would like to learn more about my new research group. One or two rotation positions will be available for 2017-2018.

Interested UM freshman and sophomores should apply to work in the lab via the UROP program.

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