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Stimuli-Responsive Vesicles, Micelles and Rods from Polypeptide-Based Amphiphilic Block Copolymers

Daniel A. Savin

Daniel A. Savin

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
University of Vermont, USA

Daniel A. Savin has been an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the University of Vermont since 2003. He received a BS in chemistry from Harvey Mudd College (1995), an MS in Polymer Science (1997) and a PhD in Chemistry (2002) from Carnegie Mellon University under Professor Gary Patterson. Following his PhD, he was a postdoctoral associate with Professor Timothy Lodge at the University of Minnesota. His current research interests center around the application of amphiphilic block copolymer assemblies as responsive materials and synthetic membranes. In particular, his group uses light scattering and rheology to study the morphology and solution structure of hybrid polydiene-polypeptide aggregates.\n

Speaking in the special symposium on Polymer Nanotechnology.


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