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James uses silicon photonic microring resonators to design multiplexed protein arrays with a particular focus on developing clinically and/or biologically relevant diagnostic panels. Current work is centered around glioblastoma multiforme, the most common and aggressive malignant primary brain tumor. He also is developing microring resonators as a gradient-compatible refractive index based detector for HPLC.
When not in lab, James enjoys camping and hiking with his wife, playing with his dogs (Jacob and Bo), college football, reading, exploring the great midwest, watching movies, and traveling to far away places. He is also an avid fan of Disney, particularly Disney World.
2012 B.S. Chemistry, Furman University
Awards and Recognition at Illinois
ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry Graduate Fellowship, 2015
Eastman Chemical Company Fellowship, 2015
Analytical Methods Best Poster Award at Turkey Run Analytical Conference, 2014
Algernon Gormon Award, 2013
NSF Graduate Research Fellow, 2012-2015
Publications at Illinois
Applications of Optical Microcavity Resonators in Analytical Chemistry, J.H. Wade, R.C. Bailey, Annual Reviews in Analytical Chemistry, 2016, 9, 1-25
Rapid, Multiplexed Phosphoprotein Profiling Using Silicon Photonic Sensor Arrays, J.H. Wade, A.T. Alsop, N.R. Vertin, H. Yang, M.D. Johnson, R.C. Bailey, ACS Central Science, 2015, 1(7), 374-382
Refractive Index-Based Detection of Gradient Elution Liquid Chromatography using Chip-Integrated Microring Resonator Arrays, J.H. Wade, R.C. Bailey, Analytical Chemistry, 2014, 86, 913-919
- Highlighted in the virtual issue "Probing the Fundamentals of Light-Matter Interactions," jointly sponsored by ACS Photonics, Analytical Chemistry, and The Journal of Physical Chemistry