David Thomas Cramb
Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry
Areas of Research
Our group is interested in the application of nanotechnology to biomedicine. These applications include nanotoxicology, multiple biomolecular binding, membrane dynamics, pain transduction, and degenerative retinal disease. We utilize a wide variety of biophysical and spectroscopic techniques in our research, including: fluorescence correlation and cross-correlation spectroscopy (FCS/FCCS), confocal microscopy, atomic force microscopy (AFM), dynamic light scattering (DLS), and transmission electron microscopy/scanning electron microscopy (TEM/SEM).
- Teaching Excellence Award, Established Career, 2014
- Webby Award in Best Animation, 2011
- Thermo Fisher Scientific Spectroscopy Award, 2010
- Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada, 2009
- Award of Excellence, Research, Faculty of Science, 2008
- Graduate Supervision Award, FGS, 2008
- Graduate Supervision Award, GSA, 2007
- Keith Laidler Award nomination, 2005
- Keith Laidler Award nomination, 2004
- Killam Resident Fellowship, 2002
- AstraZeneca/CSC Request for Proposals, 2001
- Rocky Mountain International Gene and Cell Therapy: Presentation Award, 2001
- Faculty of Science Research Fellowship, 2000
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