Charles A. Goessman Professor, University Distinguished Professor, chemistry
large carbon molecules known as “buckyballs,” use of Vitamin B-2 embedded in glass as an environmentally friendly chemical catalyst, biosensors, biomedical and materials applications of nanosystems, medical uses of nonomaterials, speakers bureau
Phone: (413) 545-2058Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vince Rotello’s research program has developed particles for biological applications, including highly effective gene and drug delivery agents and sensors for the identification of pathogens. His research group has also focused on using nanoparticles as building blocks for the creation of new functional materials.