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Eva M Harth, PhD
Credit: University of Melbourne, Australia, May 2011, Public Lecture

Eva M Harth
Principal Investigator

Associate Professor of Chemistry at Vanderbilt University

e-mail: eva.m.harth@vanderbilt.edu

Curriculum vitae (PDF)
Detailed CV (PDF)


Current Group Members

Dr. Guangzhao Li
(Postdoc)
Guangzhao Li

Guangzhao joined the group as a postdoc and graduated with a PhD. from the University of Warwick, UK (Haddleton group) in July of 2012. He will explore functionalized nanosponges and novel synthetic polymerization methods.

Artez Sims
(Graduate Student)
Artez Sims

Artez graduated from Savanna State University and started his graduate studies in 2008 at Vanderbilt. He is investigating dendritic molecular transporter molecules in its efficacy to form bioconjugates and their transport activity of bioactive cargo into infected cells.

Ghazal Hariri
(Graduate Student)
Ghazal Hariri

Ghazal is a graduate student in the Chemical and Physical Biology Program (CPBP) and received her M.S. from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Vanderbilt in 2009. Her research focuses on the drug delivery systems towards cancer in in vivo models.

David Stevens
(Graduate Student)
David Stevens

David graduated from the University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX in 2009 with a double major in Chemistry and Biochemistry. He just started as a CPB graduate student in the Pharmacology Department (2010) and is working on polyester based delivery systems.

Benjamin Spears
(Graduate Student)
 
Benjamin Spears

Ben graduated from Mississippi State University and started in 2010. His research explores the synthesis of polyglycidols with controlled branching for the delivery of biological therapeutics.

Dain Beezer
(Graduate Student)
 
Dain Beezer

Dain is originally from Jamaica and graduated from Fisk University. He received a M.S. degree in organic chemistry from Vanderbilt University (Johnston group) in 2013. His research is focused of polyglycidol polymerization, modifications of macromolecular structures and hydrogels.

Kelly Gilmore
(Graduate Student)

 

Kelly Gilmore

Kelly graduated from Holy Cross and started her graduate studies in 2013. Her research is focused on hydrogel materials and nanosponge materials.


Undergraduate Students

Julian Waksal    
Julian Waksal    
Ray Wang    
Ray Wang    
Julian Greenbaum    
Tyler Terrill    
Brian McGrath    
Joanne Chou    
Joanne Chou    
Harry Watson    
     

Alumni

Graduates

  • Kui Huang: moved back to Chicago and started family
  • Mitchell Cohen: graduate student 2006-2007
  • Hubert Muchalski: visiting research scientist June 2006-Jan 2007
Teresa A. Croce
Teresa Croce, Ph.D.

Defended in July 2009: current position: Staff Fellow at the FDA as CSO (Chief Food Safety Officer)

Sharon K. Hamilton
Sharon K. Hamilton, Ph.D.

Defended in July 2009: Current position: postdoctoral fellow at Emory /Georgia Tech University

Chinessa T. Adkins
Chinessa T. Adkins, Ph.D.

Defended in August 2009: Current position: postdoctoral fellow at the Howard Hughes  Medical Institute (HHMI)

Alice van der Ende
Alice van der Ende
Defended in 2010. Current Position: R& D chemist at DuPont

Julia Meyer
Julia Meyer
M.S. 2009 and RA in Harth group from 2009-20011 Current Position: Education Coordinator/Consultant, Vanderbilt University



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