Dr. Darryl J. Bornhop, Professor
- “Quantification of Opioids in Urine Using an Aptamer-Based Free-Solution Assay” Michael N. Kammer, Amanda Kussrow, Ilavarasi Gandhi, Rafal Drabek, Robert H. Batchelor, George W. Jackson, and Darryl J. Bornhop
Analytical Chemistry 91, 16, 10582-10588 (2019).
- “Compensated Interferometry Measures of CYFRA 21–1 Improve Diagnosis of Lung Cancer” Michael N. Kammer, Amanda K. Kussrow, Rebekah L. Webster, Heidi Chen, Megan Hoeksema, Robert Christenson, Pierre P. Massion, and Darryl J. Bornhop
ACS Combinatorial Science 21, 6, 465-472 (2019).
- “A Highly Compensated Interferometer for Biochemical Analysis”
Michael N. Kammer, Amanda K. Kussrow, Ian R. Olmsted, and Darryl J. Bornhop, ACS Sensors 3, 8, 1546-1552 (2018).
- “Origin and prediction of free-solution interaction studies performed label-free” Darryl J. Bornhop, Michael N. Kammer, Amanda Kussrow, Robert A. Flowers II, and Jens Meiler, PNAS March 22, (2016 ).
- “The potential of Backscattering Interferometry as an in vitro Clinical Diagnostic Tool for the Serological Diagnosis of Infectious Disease.” A. Kussrow, C. S. Enders, A. R. Castro, D.L. Cox, R. C. Ballard, D.J. Bornhop, Analyst, 135, 1535-1537 (2010).
- 1987 Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, University of Wyoming; (Mentor: Norman J. Dovichi)
- 1982 M.A., Environmental Science, University of Missouri, Columbia
- 1980 B.S., Chemistry, University of Missouri, Columbia
- 2003-Present Professor, Department of Chemistry, Vanderbilt University
- 2002-2003 Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech
- 1994-2003 Research Faculty, Southwest Cancer Center, University Medical Center, Texas Tech
- 1998-2002 Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech
- 1994-1998 Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech
- 1989-1994 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, University of Nevada
- 1993-1994 Vice President Research and Development, MediVisions, Inc., Seattle, WA
- 1991-1993 Senior R&D Engineer, Citation Medical, Reno, NV
- 1989-1991 Product Development Group Leader, Linear Instruments Division of Spectra Physics, Reno, NV
- 1987-1989 Research and Development Group Leader, Lee Scientific Inc. (Dionex), Salt Lake City, UT
Multi-disciplinary bioanalytical and biomedical research and the general application of micro-imaging for nanoscale chemical/biochemical analysis.
- The synthesis, characterization and application of exogenous markers (particularly multi-modal signaling agents) for early disease detection, diagnosis and in-vitro assays.
- The quantification of solute transport in pathological tissue and the elucidation of mechanisms for M-cells involvement in chemical carcinogenesis.
- The application of lasers to nanoscale chemical and biochemical analysis, particularly for nano-scale investigations such as label-free protein sequencing.
- The use of micro-fluidics for on-chip patterning, high throughput screening, rapid biochemical assays, proteomics and point of care analysis.
- 2001 – Present Scientific Advisory Board; CelTor Biosystems
- 2001 NSF Biomedical Engineering Review Panel Member
- 2001 – Present Scientific Committee LabAutomation
- 2000 – Present Scientific Committee SmallTalk Conference
- 2000 NSF Biomedical Engineering Review Panel Member
- 1999 (Summer) Visiting Professor, Freie University, Berlin
- 1999-2001 Scientific Advisory Board; Torsana Biodiagnositics A/S
- 1998-present Member; NIH – NCRR Study Panel
- 1996-2000 Whitaker Foundation Biomedical Engineering Award
- 1989 Technical Leadership Award, Lee Scientific
- 1983 Research Creativity Grant-Award, Montana State University
- American Chemical Society
- American Association for the Advancement of Science
- Biomedical Optics Society
- Optical Society of America
- International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE)
- Association for Laboratory Automation
- Institute for Biotechnology, Texas Tech University
- Basic Research Group, Southwest Cancer Center UMC