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Juan L Vivero-Escoto

 Department of Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 28223, USA


 Dr. Juan L Vivero-Escoto currently working as a assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA.

B.S.: National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico
M.S.: National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico
Ph.D.: Iowa State University
Post-doc: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hil
Research Interest

 Research Focus: Research in our group focuses on the design, and synthesis of novel hybrid inorganic-organic materials for a wide variety of applications, predominantly in biomedicine, renewable energy, and catalysis. Our approach is multidisciplinary, interfacing chemistry, biology, and material science. By its very nature our research will provide an excellent training environment for undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral research fellows. Students in our group are exposed to and trained in synthesis and characterization of small molecules (organic and inorganic alike), polymers, and nanomaterials. Specific techniques they learn include, but not limited to, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), absorption and emission spectroscopies, dynamic light scattering (DLS), transmission and scanning electron microscopies (TEM and SEM); and basic cell culture and characterization techniques. Listed below are the three main research projects we are pursuing: - Multifunctional hybrid nanoparticles as a delivery platform for photodynamic therapy and diagnosis. - Boronic acid-based nanoscale coordination polymers as novel metal/covalent organic frameworks with potential applications in drug delivery. - Hierarchically assembled titania-phosphonate dendrimer-encapsulated nanoparticles with potential application in photocatalysis.


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