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Micro and Nano Devices with Applications to Biology and Nanoelectronics

Dr. Teri Odom is Assistant Professor and DuPont Young Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University , and member of NU's NSEC, MRSEC, and CCNE Centers . She received her B.S. degree from Stanford University in 1996 and her Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2001. She joined Northwestern in 2002, and her research focuses on large-area nanoscale patterning and optical phenomena in chemically synthesized nanocrystals and fabricated arrays of nanostructures. Odom is the recipient of a Research Innovation Award (Research Corporation, 2002), the Victor K. LaMer Award (ACS Surface Science and Colloids, 2003), and the National Science Foundation's CAREER Award (2004). She was also named as one of MIT Technology Review's Top 100 Innovators in 2004. Odom is a David and Lucile Packard Fellow (2003), an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow (2005), and a Cottrell Scholar of Research Corporation (2005).


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