KHALID SALAITA - Chemistry - Emory University

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KHALID SALAITA - Chemistry - Emory University

Curriculum VitaeSalaita18. *Salaita, K.; Nair, P.; Groves, J.T.; “Deconstructing Receptor Signaling with NanopatternedSupported Membranes” EIPBN, Portland, OR, May 29 th , 2008.19. Salaita, K.; Nair, P.; Groves, J.T.; “Dissecting EphA2-EphrinA1 Signaling using FunctionalizedSupported Membranes” ACS Spring Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 8 th , 2008.20. Salaita, K.; Nair, P.; Groves, J.T.; “Dissecting EphA2-EphrinA1 Signaling using FunctionalizedSupported Membranes” MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 25 th , 2008.21. Salaita, K.; Clack, N.; Groves, J.T.; “Electrostatic Imaging of DNA Microarrays” MRS SpringMeeting, San Francisco, CA, March 25 th , 2008.22. *Salaita, K.; “Massively Parallel Dip-Pen Nanolithography” University of Jordan, Amman,Jordan, February 5, 2007.23. *Salaita, K.; Mirkin C. A. “Unconventional Approaches to Nanofabrication Using Parallel PenArrays” International Nanoimprint and Nanoprint Technology Conference, San Francisco, CA,November 15-17, 2006.24. *Salaita, K.; Mirkin C. A. “Massively Parallel Dip-Pen Nanolithography” American ChemicalSociety, San Francisco, CA, September 10-14, 200625. Salaita, K.; Mirkin C. A. “Massively Parallel Dip-Pen Nanolithography” MRS, San Francisco, CA,April 17-21, 2006.26. *Salaita, K.; Mirkin C. A. “Massively Parallel Dip-Pen Nanolithography” American ChemicalSociety, Atlanta, GA, March 26-30, 2006.27. *Salaita, K.; Mirkin C. A. “Tutorial on Dip-Pen Nanolithography” American Physics Society,Baltimore, MD, March 13-17, 2006.28. *Salaita, K.; Mirkin C. A. “Fundamentals of Molecular Transport in Dip-Pen Nanolithography”DPN System User Workshop. Chicago, IL, October 12-14, 2005.29. Salaita, K.; Mirkin, C. A. “Electrochemical Control of Organic Nanostructures” Poster, GordonResearch Conference, Ventura, CA, February 20-25, 2005.30. *Salaita, K.; Mirkin, C. A. “Electrochemical Control of Organic Nanostructures” BioinspiredNanoscience and Molecular Machines, Pan-American Advanced Studies Program, NSF, Bariloche,Argentina, February 28-March 11, 2005.31. *Salaita, K; Mirkin, C. A. “Controlling Surface Architecture on the Sub-100nm Length Scale withDPN” AVS International Symposium, Anaheim, CA, November 14-19, 2004.32. Salaita, K.; Mirkin, C. A. “Electrochemical Control of Organic Nanostructures” Poster, Air ForceOffice of Scientific Research Workshop, Duck Key, FL, January 26-30, 2004.Patent Disclosures• A Spatial Biomarker of Disease and Detection of Spatial Organization of Cellular Receptors,2010, PCT/US2010/022671, Salaita, K.; Nair, P. M.; Das, D.; Gray, J. W.; Groves, J. T.• Electrostatic Sensing of Oligonucleotides using Charged Particles, 2008, 2397P, Groves, J. T.;Clack, N. C.; Salaita, K.• Biologically Active Protein Nanoarrays Generated Using Parallel Dip-Pen Nanolithography,2007, NU 27043, Mirkin C. A.; Lee, S.W.; Salaita K.• DPN Generated Nanostructures as Positive Resists For Preparing Lithographic Masters or HoleArrays, 2006, NU 26100, Mirkin, C. A.; Salaita K.• Massive Parallel Lithography with Two-Dimensional Pen Arrays, US Provisional 2006, 083847-0307(NU 26054), Mirkin, C. A.; Salaita, K.• Nanoarrays of Single Virus Particles, Methods and Instruments for the Fabrication and UseThereof, 2006, US Provisional 083847-0315(NU 25088), Mirkin, C. A.; Maspoch, D.; Vega, R.;Salaita, K.• Phase Separation in Patterned Structures, PCT International Application 2006, 083847-0311(NU25062), Mirkin, C. A.; Salaita, K.• Electrochemical Miniaturization of Organic Micro- and Nanostructures. PCT InternationalApplication 2004, 2004/005582, Mirkin, C. A.; Zhang, Yi; Salaita, K.5/6


Curriculum VitaeSalaitaTeaching ExperienceEmory University, Department of Chemistry, Atlanta, GA• CHEM 360: Principles of Instrumental Analysis (undergraduate course), Spring 2011Overall Evaluation (24 students): 8.17 Departmental average: 7.60• CHEM 723: Bioanalytical Chemistry, (graduate course), Fall 2010Average Grade Evaluations (9 students): 46(A), 3(A-), 1(B+), 3(B), 1(B-)• CHEM 360: Principles of Instrumental Analysis (undergraduate course), Spring 2010Overall Evaluation (22 students): 6.51 Department average: 7.34Northwestern University, Department of Chemistry, Evanston, IL• General Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant, Sept – Mar 2001• Instrumental Analysis Lab Instructor, Sept – Dec 2002Old Dominion University, Department of Chemistry, Norfolk, VA• Physical Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant, Fall 2000• Grader Analytical Chemistry, Fall 2000Current Research AdvisorGraduate students (total 5): Daniel Stabley, Yoshie Narui, Kevin Yehl, Yang Liu, and Carol Schumacher.Undergraduate students (total 4): Charlene J. Chan, Kevin Harrell, Stephen Marshall, and DeepChandegaraOther ActivitiesSession Chair, Functional Nanomaterials, International Conference on Materials for AdvancedTechnology (ICMAT), Singapore, 6/27/2011NIH (NIGMS) mentoring workshop for new faculty in organic and biological chemistry, Dallas, TX, May14-16, 2011Cancer Cell Biology Program Scientific Retreat, Emory University, Oct. 11, 2010Center for Faculty Development & Excellence (CDFE) sponsored workshop, Emory University:Teaching Portfolio Workshop: Some Best Practices and Examples- October 7 th 2010Mentor to SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experience) student, 2 SIRE (Scholarly Inquiry andResearch at Emory) students, and HHMI-Emory high school teacher fellow.University and Professional Service• Graduate Committee, Department of Chemistry, 2009 – present• Faculty Search Committee (P30), Department of Chemistry, 2010• Computational and Life Science Initiative (CLS) Search Committee, Emory University, 2010• Admissions and Scholarship Committee, Emory University, 2009 – present• Emory Graduate Diversity Fellowship (EGDF) Selection Committee, Emory University, 2010-2011• Presided over the “Nanomaterials Synthesis and Applications” symposium at the American ChemicalSociety Southwest/Southeast Regional Meeting (SERMACS/SWRM), Dec. 2 nd 2010• Reviewed 1 NSF proposal for Macromolecular, Supramolecular and Nanochemistry Program, and 1proposal for Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore.6/6