Director, Center for Applied NanoBioscience and Medicine and Professor
- MBA: Finance, Rutgers University, 2000.
- PhD: Applied Physics, University of Geneva Switzerland, 1993.
- BSc: Biochemistry, University of Geneva Switzerland, 1989.
- Don Gervasio, Sonja Tasic, and F. Zenhausern, (2005) “A Room Temperature Micro-Reactor Generating Hydrogen from Aqueous Sodium Borohydride Solution for Fuel-Cell-Powered Man-Portable Applications” invited paper, Journal of Power-sources, 149, 15-21
- Jian Gu, Jian Gu, Xiaoyin Xiao, Bharath R. Takulapalli, Michael E. Morrison, Peiming Zhang, and F. Zenhausern, "A new approach to fabricating high-density nanoarrays by nanocontact printing”, J Vac Sci Technol B, November 3;(2008), 26(6): 1860–1865
- Cedric Hurth, Ralf Lenigk and F. Zenhausern, “A compact LED-based module for capillary electrophoresis of DNA samples”, Applied Physics B, Volume 93, Issue 2-3, pp. 693-699 (2008)
- M. Brengues, B. Paap, M. Bittner, S. Amundson, B. Seligman, R. Lenigk, F. Zenhausern, “Low Density Gene Expression Array for Acute Radiation Dose Assessment”, Health Physics, February (2010), 179-185
- Hopwood, A.J., Hurth, C., Yang, J., Cai, Z., Moran, N., Lee-Edghill, J.G., Nordquist, A., Lenigk, R., Estes, M.D., Haley, J. P., McAlister, C.R., Chen, X., Brooks, C., Smith, S., Elliott, K., Koumi, P., Zenhausern, F., Tully, G., (2010) Integrated Microfluidic System for Rapid Forensic DNA Analysis: Sample Collection to DNA Profile, Analytical Chemistry, 82(16), 6991-6999.
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Platform development, medical devices and procedures
Research interests comprise technology development for molecular diagnostics and advanced bioanalytical techniques for early detection, biomarkers discovery and assay development for studying human host-microbiome interactions, infections, neuroscience and cardiovascular diseases. Nanobioscience and microfluidics enable automation of sample preparation suitable for point-of-care diagnostics and global health. Radiomics and physical sciences in oncology also enable precision health.