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The Davis Group develops and applies methods for the fabrication of functional molecular interfaces  often at molecular scales, and are actively engaged in the use and development of state of the art molecular, diagnostic, theranostic and medical imaging technologies.

 

 

The Groups research focus has always been both broad and rapidly evolving. They have made substantial contributions to the fields of:

 

Carbon Nanotube Research

Chemical Communications, 1995, 1803-1804 & 2579;

Chemical Communications, 2002, 366-367;

J. American Chemical. Soc., 2002, 124, 12664-12665;

Chemistry - A European Journal, 2003, 9, 16, 3732-3739.

 

Single Molecule Analyses/Molecular Scale Chemistry

Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 2000, 200-202, 411-442;

Faraday Discussions Royal Soc. 2000, 116, 15-22;     Chemical Communications, 2003, 576-577;

J. American Chemical Society, 2004, 126, 5601-5609;

J. American Chemical Society, 2005, 127, 13082-13083;

J. American Chemical Society, 2006, 128, 14135-14141;

J. Phys. Chem. B., 2006, 110, 41, 20649-20654.

Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed. Engl., 2010, 49, 5776-5779;

J. American Chemical Society. 2010, 132, 16938-16944;    Coord. Chem. Rev. 2011, 255, 1970-1980;

J. American Chemical Society. 2011, 133, 31, 11847-11849.;

 

Molecular Electronics

J. Materials Chemistry, 2005, 15, 2160-2174;   Faraday Discussions, 2006, 131, 167 – 179

J. Phys. Chem. B, 2007, 111, 30, 9062-9068;   J. Materials Chemistry, 2008, 18, 3109-3120

J. American Chemical Society, 2004, 126, 5601-5609;  J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2010, 1, 10, 1541-1546

 

Interlocked Sensor Films & Molecular Switches

Chemical Communications, 2002, 1716-1717;   Chemical Communications, 2005, 3509 – 3513.

Chemical Communications, 2007, 2234-2236;   Chemical Science, 2012, 3, 1080-1089

Nanoletters, 2012, 12, 899-903

Langmuir, 2013, 29, 1475-1482; Chemistry-A European. Journal., 2013, 19, 15898- 15906.

Chemistry – A European Journal, 2012, 18, 5632-5636;

Chemical Communications, 2014, 50, 5678-5687;

 

Imaging Agent Development

Chemical Communications, 2005, 845-847;  J. Materials Chemistry, 2009, 19, 8341-8346

Dalton Trans. 2011, 40, 23, 6087-6103;  J. Materials Chemistry, 2012, 22, 22848-22850.

Chemistry-A European Journal, 2013, 19, 17891-17898;

Chemical Communications, 2015, 51, 2918-2920.

 

Molecular Film analysis

Analytical Chemistry, 2013, 85, 10920-10926;  Analytical Chemistry, 2014, 86, 1997-2004

Analytical Chemistry, 2014, 86, 1337-1341;   Analytical Chemistry, 2014, 86, 2559-2564.

 

Diagnostics

Analytical Chemistry, 2007, 79, 1089-1096;   Analytical Chemistry, 2009, 81, 9, 3314-3320.

Analytical Chemistry, 2010, 82, 2010, 3531-3536;   Analytical Chemistry 2012, 84, 15, 6553-6560

Chemical Science, 2012, 3 (12), 3468 – 3473;   Analytical Chemistry, 2013, 85, 4129-4134.

Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013, 42, 13, 5944-5962;   RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 58773-58777

Analytical Chemistry, 2015, 87, 346-350

 

 

Current projects include the development of emission switches, supramolecular sensors , the design and synthesis of switchable high MRI contrast nanoparticles, fundamental developments in impedance technology and the development of highly effective protocols for assaying disease biomarkers, including those assocuated with Parkinsons Disease, Breast Cancer and Pancreatic Cancer. 

 

The group work closely with a number of clinical, synthetic and supramolecular groups (most notably Professors Paul Beer & Stephen Faulkner in Oxford) from around the world.

 

Research activities are sponsored by the EU, EPSRC, BBSRC, The Wellcome Trust, The Royal Society, The British Council and Parkinsons UK.

 

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