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stephanie archer-hartmann
 

PROJECTS:

11/05-5/06:

Natural Products: Acourus Calamus
5/06-12/06:
Protein Expression and Purification: VEGF
12/06-6/09 Immunoaffinity Assays for CE and microcantilever
11/07-now:
Physical Characterization of Phospholipid-Based Liquid Crystals
6/09-now Separation of steroids via CE
11/08-now:
phospholipid assisted separations of bioanalytical compounds (proteins, oligosaccharides, nucleic acids, antibodies)
BACKGROUND:

I enjoy solving new puzzles and seeing the results have a practical use. I am a Ph.D candidate at WVU where I focus on bioanalytical separations of a number of targets including: proteins, oligosaccharides, DNA, and steroids. Over the last few years I've had a number of training experiences in various bioanalytical techniques including protein expression, separations techniques, bioconjugation methods, and emerging methods of analysis such as atomic force microscopy (AFM). I am currently studying novel ways to separate and analyze biomolecules using capillary electrophoresis (CE) techniques that incorporate bio-relevant phospholipid additives. I enjoy working in group situations and love the experiences of working with undergraduate students during the summer and school semesters. I also work on my communications skill with "nonscientific" communities by keeping my own blog and regularly contributing to West Virginia University's GradBlog program.

EDUCATION:
2006-now: PhD student, Holland Research Group, West Virginia University, WV, USA
2002-2006: B.S. Chemistry, West Virginia University

  • January 2010: Named a STEM Fellow for the 2010 academic year
  • May 2009: WVNano Bridge Awardee
  • January 2009: Named a STEM Fellow for the 2009 academic year
  • January 2008: Named a STEM Fellow for the 2008 academic year
  • Fall 2007: "Seminar in Nanoscience"
  • Summer 2006: "Entering Mentoring" Summer Training, Faculty of the Future, HHMI National Academies Project
  • 2006-now: C. Eugene Bennett Fellow

SKILLS AND RESEARCH:
Antibody manipulation, Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), Capillary electrophoresis (free zone, affinity, MEKC), biopolymer analyses, internet distance collaboration, smart nanomaterials, protein expression and purification techniques, single gel electrophoresis (COMET) assay

 

PUBLICATIONS:
  1. Bykova, L., Archer-Hartmann, SA, Holland, L, Iwanowicz, L, Blazer, VS, "Steroid Determination in Fish Plasma Using Capillary Electrophoresis", Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2010, in press
  2. Luo, R., Archer-Hartmann, SA, Holland, L., "Tranformable Capillary Electrophoresis for Oligosaccharide Separations Using Phospholipid Additives", Analytical Chemistry, 2010, 82, 1228-1233
  3. White, CM, Luo, R., Archer-Hartmann, SA, L.A. Holland, “Electrophoretic Selection and Screening of Potential Ligands under Suppressed Electroosmotic Flow with an Intert Phospholipid Coating ”, Electrophoresis, 2007, 28, 3049-3055

 

SELECT PRESENTATIONS:

 

  1. Enhanced Capillary Electrophoresis Separations Using Phospholipid Additives" LA Holland, R Luo, SA Archer-Hartmann, X Wu, TJ Pappas, PITTCON (R) 2010, Orlando, RL, March 2010
  2. Analysis of Protein/Protein and Protein/Carbohydrate Interactions via Capillary Electrophoresis , SA Archer-Hartmann, R Luo , LA Holland, PITTCON (R) 2010, Orlando,FL , March 2010.
  3. Sample Staocking in Capillary Electrophoresis for the Determination of Steroids , SA Archer-Hartmann, E Patterson, J Woofter, LA Holland , PITTCON (R) 2010, Orlando,FL , March 2010.
  4. Developing Analytical Tools with Smart Nanomaterials , SA Archer-Hartmann,LA Holland, WVNano Symposium, Morgantown, WV, May 2009\
CONTACT: office/lab phone: (505) 412-3298 x6214/x6212
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download: Stephanie's CV web site: stephanie's blog
office: Room 355 CLR

 

       
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