Welcome to the lab Ashley, Demeaus, and Tony! All three are new undergraduate researchers who joined the lab in January to help us with our research.
New Lab Member
The Cash lab welcomes high school intern Abbigail Bartlett of Columbine High School!
Denver Post Feature
Dr. Cash and his research was featured in a Denver Post article, “Researchers are hacking the human body in Colorado labs, from alcohol-sensing bracelets to color-changing diagnostic tattoos.” He spoke on the research that is performed in the Cash lab to integrate nanoparticles into tattoo ink for diagnostic purposes.
Cash Lab Sensors
Ph.D. Student wins award
Megan Jewell, a Ph.D. student in the Cash lab, has won the SLAS218 Tony B Award; an award that honors students and invites them to present their scientific achievements as SLAS2018. Congrats Megan!
Cash Lab Spring 2018 Update
The Cash Lab has made a few updates to the lab…
New undergraduate members, Meredith Greer, Alex Dailey, and Ian Randall.
One of our members, Megan Jewell, has been accepted as a Ph.D. student.
Ph.D. student Mark Ferris has published a paper, “Ionophore-based optical nanosensors incorporating hydrophobic carbon dots and a pH-sensitive quencher dye for sodium detection”
New Lab Members
The Cash Lab has a new undergraduate researcher (Makayla Elms) and High School Student (Mara Simon) of Chatfield High School.
Welcome to the group!
New High School Student
Spring semester we’ve got a new high school intern joining us – Greta Gohring from Confier High School. Welcome to the lab!
New Undergraduate Researchers
Joining us in the Spring semester will be Madeline Behr and Zachary Goldsmith! Both are undergraduates in the Chemical and Biological Engineering department.
New Postdoc – Anne Galyean
The Cash Lab is excited to welcome our new postdoc – Anne Galyean!
Anne received her PhD from the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering at UNC Chapel Hill. During her PhD she collaborated on-site with NIST in Gaithersburg working to analytically understand the interactions of nanomaterials in the environment. Anne is also a professional mountain biker — in all of the free time scientists have!