Faculty Advisor: Chad Mirkin
Jasper Dittmar received his B.S. in biochemistry from Indiana University Bloomington in 2016. He is currently interested in addressing issues, such as in vivo nanoparticle fate and efficacy, that are preventing widespread application of nanotechnology in clinical practice. His research seeks to answer these questions through design and development of rational nanoparticle-based vaccines.
- Cabell Fellowship, Northwestern University (2017)
- Phi Beta Kappa Society Member (2016)
- Chemistry Honors Degree Program, Indiana University (2016)
- Baird, N.; Dittmar, J.W.; Losovyj, Y.B.; Morgan, D.G.; Stein, B.D.; Pink, M.; Kuchkina, N.V.; Serkova E.S.; Lependina, O.L.; Grigoriev, M.E.; Sidorov, A.I.; Sulman, M.G.; Shifrina, Z.B.; Bronstein, L.M., “Enhancing the Catalytic Activity of Zn-Containing Magnetic Oxides in a Methanol Synthesis: Identifying the Key Factor,” ACS Appl. Mater. Inter., 2017, 9(3), 2285-94.
- Baird, N.; Dittmar, J.W.;Losovyj, Y. B.; Pink, M.; Morgan, D.G.; Stein, B.D.; Torozova, A.S.; Krasnova, I.Y.; Grigoriev, M.E.; Sidorov, A.I.; Sulman, M.G.; Shifrina, Z.B.; Bronstein, L.M., “Cr-Containing Magnetic Oxides in a Methanol Synthesis: Does Cr Ion Distribution Matter?,” ChemistrySelect., 2017, 2(22), 6269-76.