FIP Seminar Co-hosted with Department of Chemistry: Single-molecule imaging uncovers nanometer-scale fundamentals of cell biology and plasmonics
Dr. Julie Biteen, Associate Professor, Departments of Chemistry & Biophysics, University of Michigan
Julie Biteen is an Associate Professor of Chemistry and of Biophysics at the University of Michigan, where her research program develops super-resolution microscopy for applications to microbiology and nanomaterials. Dr. Biteen earned an A.B. in Chemistry at Princeton University and a Masters in Applied Physics and a Ph.D. in Chemistry at Caltech. Dr. Biteen trained as a postdoc in the lab of W. E. Moerner at Stanford University, studying structural proteins in living bacteria cells with single-molecule imaging. In her independent career, Biteen has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Margaret Oakley Dayhoff Award for women in biophysical sciences (2017), a Journal of Physical Chemistry Award Lectureship (2016), a Scialog fellowship from the Moore Foundation and the Research Corporation for Science Advancement (2015-16), a Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award at the Scientific Interface (2009-14), an NSF CAREER Award (2013-18), and a PicoQuant Young Investigator Award (2011).
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side A, room 1464
Burns, August