SUMMARY OF FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT

FOR JULY 1, 2004 TO JUNE 30, 2005

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

V. Award

 

I.      Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

 

Anderson, Paul R.

 

(with R. Balbinot and A. Fabbri)  Cutoff Anti–de Sitter Space/Conformal-Field-Theory Duality and the Quest for Braneworld Black Holes.”  Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005): 061301.

 

 

Bonin, Keith D.

 

(with W. Andrew Shelton and Thad G. Walker)  “Nonlinear Motion of Optically Torqued”.  Phys. Rev. E 71, (2005): 036204. This paper was honored by being chosen for inclusion in the March 2005 issue of the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics by editor Robert Austin and it was also selected for inclusion in the March 2005 issue of the Virtual Journal of Nanoscience and Technology by editor David Awschalom.

 

(with D. Hill, M. Plaza, and G. Holzwarth)  “Vesicle Transport in PC12 Neurites: Forces and Saltatory Motion.”  Eur. Biophys. J. {\bf 33} 7 (November 2004): 623-632.  DOI: 10.1007/s00249-004-0403-6. 

 

(with W. Andrew Shelton and Thad G. Walker)  “Light-torqued Nanomotors Free of a Surface.”  Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation, edited by Kishan Dholakia, Gabriel C. Spalding, Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5514 (SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 2004): 678-686.

 

 

Carroll, David L.

 

(with Scott Webster, Marisol Reyes-Reyes, Xavier Pedron, Román López-Sandoval, and Mauricio Terrones) “Enhanced Nonlinear Transmittance by Cooperative Nonlinear Mechanisms: a Reverse Saturable Absorbing Carbocyanine Dye Blended with Nonlinear Scattering Carbon Nanotubes.” Accepted to Advanced Materials (2005).

 

(with Kyungkon Kim, Scott Webster, Nicole Levi, Mauricio R. Pinto, and Kirk S. Schanze)  “Luminescent Poly(phenylene ethynylene) Coated Silica Opals.”  Accepted to Langmuir (2005).

 

(with Kyungkon Kim, Scott Webster, Nicole Levi, Mauricio R. Pinto, and Kirk S. Schanze) “Luminescent Poly(phenylene ethynylene) Coated Silica Opals.”  Accepted to Langmuir (2005).

 

(with S. Roth)  “One-Dimensional Metals: Physics and Materials Science,” 2nd edition.  VCH Press, Weinheim, Germany (2004)

 

(Ed. with P. Bernier, G.-T. Kim, and S. Roth)  Nanotube Based Devices.”  From the MRS Symposium Proceedings Series, Pittsburg, PA.  MRS Press Vol. 722 (2004).

 

(with Nicole Levi, Richard Czerw, Shuya Xing, and Preethi Iyer)  “Properties of Polyvinylidene Difluoride-Carbon Nanotube Blends.”  Nanoletters (2004).

 

(with Sihai Chen)  Silver Nanoplates: Size Control in Two Dimensions and Formation Mechanisms.” J. Phys. Chem. B 108 (2004): 5500-5506.

 

(with R. Czerw and B. S. Harrison)  “Carbon Nanotube – Poly 3-octylthiophene Composite Photovoltaic Cells.”  Nanotechnology (2004).

 

(with R. Czerw, H. S. Woo, Y. B. Kim, and J. W. Park)  Nanoscale Observation of Failures in Organic Light-emitting Diodes.” Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 96, No. 1 (2004): 641 – 644.

 

(with R. Czerw and S. Webster)  “Polymer– Nanotube Composites for Transparent, Conducting Thin Films.”  Synthetic Metals (2004).

 

(with S. Webster, R. G. Grant, R. Czerw, J. Liu, M. Terrones, and N. Grobert) “Investigation of Iron filled Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes.”  New Journal of Physics 6 (2004): Art. 031.

 

(with Sihai Chen, S. Webster, R. Czerw, and Jianfeng Xu)  “Morphology Effects on the Optical Properties of  Silver Nanoparticles.” Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 4(3) (2004): 254-259.

 

(with S. Webster, R. Czerw, R. Nesper, J. DiMaio, J.-F. Xu , and J. Ballato)  “Optical Properties of Vanadium Oxide Nanotubes.” Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 4(3) (2004): 60 – 64.

 

(with J. Xu, M. Xiao, and R. Czerw)  “Optical limiting and Enhanced Optical Nonlinearity in Doped Carbon Nanotubes.”  Chem. Phys. Lett. 389 (2004): 247-250.

 

 

Cook, Gregory B.

 

(with Mark D. Hannam) “Conformal Thin-sandwich Puncture Initial Data for Boosted Black Holes.” Phys. Rev. D 71 (2005): pp. 084023/1—12.

 

(with Harald P. Pfeiffer)  “Excision Boundary Conditions for Black-hole Initial Data.” Phys. Rev. D 70 (2004): pp. 104016/1—24.

 

 

Fetrow, Jacquelyn S.

 

(with E. E. Allen, D. J. John, and S. J. Thomas)  “Heuristic Dependency Conjectures in Proteomic Signaling Pathways.” Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Association for Computing Machinery Southeast Conference (Victor A. Clincy, ed.) Kennesaw, Georgia (March 2005) (peer-reviewed).

 

 

Guthold, Martin

 

(with W. Liu, B. J. Stephens, S. T.  Lord, R. R. Hantgan, D. A. Erie, R. M. Taylor, and R. Superfine) “Visualization and Mechanical Manipulations of Individual Fibrin Fibers Suggest that Fiber Cross-Section has Fractal Dimension 1.3.”  Biophys. J. 87, (2004): 4226-36.

 

 

Kerr, William C.

 

(with M. J. Rave and L. A. Turski)  “Phase-Space Dynamics of Semiclassical Spin-½  Bloch Electrons.”  Physical Review Letters, Vol. 94 (12 May 2005).

 

(with M. J. Rave) Berry’s Phase for an Elecrton in a Period Potential without Inversion Symmetry.”  European Journal of Physics B (to be published in summer of 2005).

 

(with A. J. Graham)  “Nucleation Rate of Critical Droplets on an Elastic String in a f6 Potential.”  Physical Review B: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, Vol. 70, (2 December 2004): 066103.

 

 

Kim-Shapiro, Daniel B.

 

Referred Journal Articles

 

(with Mark T. Gladwin, Rakesh P. Patel, and Neil Hogg)  “The Reaction Between Nitrite and Hemoglobin: The Role of Nitrite in Hemoglobin-mediated Hypoxic Vasodilation.”  J. Inorg. Biochem.  99 (2005): 237-246.

 

(with Kejing Chen, Samir K. Ballas, and Roy R. Hantgan)  “Aggregation of Normal and Sickle Hemoglobin in High Concentration Phosphate Buffer.” Biophys. J.  84 (2004): 4113-4121.

 

(with Rakesh P. Patel, Alan N. Schechter, Mark T. Gladwin, Richard O. Cannon, and Neil Hogg)  “How do Red Blood Cells Dilate Blood Vessels?—Reply.”  Circ. Res. 95, (2004): e10. 

 

(with Christian J. Hunter, André Dejam, Arlin B. Blood, Howard Shields, Roberto F. Machado, Selamawit Tarekegn, Neda Mulla, Andrew O. Hopper, Alan N. Schechter, Gordon G. Power, and Mark T. Gladwin)  “Inhaled Nebulized Nitrite is a Hypoxia-sensitive NO-dependent Selective Pulmonary Vasodilator.”  Nat. Med., 10  (2004): 1122-1127.

 

(with Virginia L Lockamy, Howard  Shields,  and  S. Bruce King)  “Iron Nitrosyl Hemoglobin Formation from the Reaction of Hydroxylamine and Hemoglobin under Physiological Conditions.”  Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1674 (2004): 260-267.

 

(with Jinming Huang and S. Bruce King)  Catalase-Mediated Nitric Oxide Formation from Hydroxyurea.” J. Med. Chem., 47 (2004): 3495-3501. 

 

 

Macosko, Jed C.

 

(with H.  Lu, D. Habel-Rodriguez, R. W. Keller, J. A. Brozik, and D. J. Keller)  Closing of the Fingers Domain Generates Motor Forces in the HIV Reverse Transcriptast.”  J. Biol. Chem. 24;279(52) (Dec. 2004): 54529-32 doi:10.1074/jbc.M407193200.

 

“Molecular Machines”, ISCID Encyclopedia of Science and Philosophy (July 2004).

 

 

Salsbury, Freddie R.

 

(with M. S. Lee and M. A. Olson)  “An Efficient Hybrid Implicit/Explicit Solvent Method for Biomolecular Simulations that Uses A Generalized Born Reaction Field and Multigrid Enhancements.”   J. Comp. Chem.  (2004).

 

(with K. Drotschmann, R. P. Topping, and J. E. Clodfelter)  “Mutations in the Nucleotide-binding Domain of MutS Homologs Uncouple Cell Death from Cell Survival.”  DNA Repair, 3 (7) (2004):729-742.

 

(with L. R. Thomas, A. Henson, J. C. Reed, and A. Thorburn)  “Direct Binding of FADD to the TRAIL Receptor DR5 is Regulated by the Death Effector Domain of FADD.”  J. Bio. Chem. 279, 31 (2004).

 

(with M. S. Lee and C. L. Brooks III)  “Constant pH-molecular Dynamics using Continuous Titration Coordinates.”  Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics 56 (4) (2004): 738-752.

 

 

Williams, Richard T.

 

(with Gang Xiong, John Wilkinson, and K. R. Ucer)  “Giant Oscillator Strength of Excitons in Bulk and Nanostructured Systems.”  Journal of Luminescence 112 (2005): 1-6.

 

(with Gang Xiong, K. B. Ucer, J. Lee, D. Bhattacharyya, J. Metson, and P. Evans)  “Donor-acceptor Pair Luninescence of Nitrogen-implanted ZnO Single Crystal.”  Journal of Applied Physics 97 (2005): 043528-43532.

 

(with Yong Qiu and K. B. Ucer)  “Formation Time of a Small Electron Polaron in LiNbO3:  Measurements and Interpretation.”  Phys. Stat. Sol. (c) 2 (2005): 232-235.

 

(with John Wilkinson and K. B. Ucer)  “The Oscillator Strength of Extended Exciton States and Possibility for very Fast Scintillators.”  Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 537 (2005): 66-70.

 

(with John Wilkinson and K. B. Ucer)  Picosecond Excitonic Luminescence in ZnO and Other Wide-gap Semiconductors.”  Radiation Measurements 38 (2004): 501-505.

 

 

II.        Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

 

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

 

Anderson, Paul R.

 

Presentation:  “Infrared Effects on the Stress-energy of Static Black Holes.”  Black Holes V Meeting, Banff, Canada, 14-19 May 2005. 

 

Presentation:   “Asymptotic Behavior of the Stress-Energy Tensor for Scalar Fields in the Boulware State in Schwarzschild Spacetimes.”  Organized and also attended the 8th Eastern Gravity Meeting, Wake Forest University, 18-19 March 2005. 

 

Presentation:   “Asymptotic Behavior of the Stress-Energy Tensor for Scalar Fields in the Boulware State in Schwarzschild Spacetime.”  14th Midwest Relativity Meeting, Milwaukee, WI, 15-16 October 2004.

 

 

Bonin, Keith D.

 

Paper:  (with Shelton, W. A. and Walker, T. G.)  “Nonlinear Motion of Optically Torqued Nanorods.”  104th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, Los Angeles, CA, 21-25 March 2005. [Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. {\bf 50}, No. 1, Part I, 253(2005).]

 

Paper:  (with Shelton, W. A. and Walker, T. G.)  “Light-torqued Nanomotors Free of a Surface.”  49th Annual SPIE Meeting - Society of Optical Engineering, Denver, CO, 1-6 August 2004.

 

 

Carlson, Eric D.

 

Paper:  “Stress-Energy Tensor for a Fermion Field in Schwarzschild Spacetime.”  East Coast Gravity Meeting, Wake Forest University, 19 March 2005.

 

 

Carroll, David L.

 

Invited talk:  “Colloidal Crystals with Conjugated Systems.”  American Chemical Society (Colloid Section), Potsdam, NY, June 2005.

 

Invited talk:  “Phase Coherence in Optical Power limiting phenomena.”  ISOPL (International Society for Optical Power Limiting) Dingle, Ireland, June 2005.

 

Invited talk:   “Applications of Iron Filled Nanotubes.”  American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA, April 2005.

 

Invited talk:  “Advances in Nanocomposite Based Devices.”  International Conference on Synthetic Metals, Wollongong, Australia, June 2004.

 

Invited talk:  “Advances in Organic Device Physics.”  American Physical Society Regional Meeting, Oak Ridge, TN, November 2004.

 

Invited talk:  “Optical Limiting in Carbon Nanotubes and their Variants.”  Optical Society of America, Optics in the Southeast, Charlotte, NC, November 2004.

 

Invited talk:   “Advances in Nanocomposite-based Devices.”  Nanotec’ 04, Batz-Sur-Mer, France, August 2004.

 

Invited talk:  “Optical Limiting in Carbon Nanotubes: Materials Modifications.”  ISOPL (International Society for Optical Power Limiting), Tucson, Azizona, April 2004.

 

 

Cook, Gregory B.

 

 

Invited talk:  “Black-hole Binary Initial Data.”  8th Eastern Gravity Meeting, Wake Forest University, 18-19 March 2005.

 

 

Fetrow, Jacquelyn S.

 

Presentation:  Symposium on Computational Methods as Aids in Drug Design.”  Virginia Tech European Study Center, Riva san Vitale, Switzerland, 3-6 April 2005.

 

Presentation:  National Capital Region Biomedical Engineering and Science Research.” Virginia Tech, Bethesda, MD, 3-4 March 2005.

 

Invited seminar:  “Women Leaders in Science Seminar Series.” University of California/San Francisco, 11 January 2005.

 

Invited seminar:  “St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital Bioinformatics Seminar Series.”  19 January 2005.

 

Invited seminar:  “Center for Redox Biology Seminar Series.”  University of Nebraska, 1 March  2005.

 

Presentation:  “Triangle Biophysics Symposium.”  Chapel Hill, NC, 3-4 November 2004.

 

 

Guthold, Martin

 

Invited speaker:  Oregon State University, Biophysics Dept.; Feb. 2005

 

Invited speaker:  Oregon Health Science University, Biomedical Engineering Dept., Feb. 2005

 

Invited speaker:  Portland State University, Physics Dept.; Feb. 2005

 

Two poster presentations: 49th Annual Biophys. Society meeting, Long Beach, February 2005.

 

Poster:  IMAT Principle Investigator meeting (People who won a grant under that funding mechanism), San Diego, CA, 28-30 June 2005.

 

Poster:  XVIIIth International Fibrinogen Workshop, Chapel Hill, NC, 17-20 July 2005.

 

Speaker:  XVIIIth International Fibrinogen Workshop, Chapel Hill, NC, 17-20 July 2004

 

Chair:              Nanoscience invited section of SESAPS Meeting, Oak Ridge, TN, 2004

 

Invited panel member:  Careers 2004, Get Networking! Chapel Hill, NC, 25 May 2004

 

 

Holzwarth, Natalie A. W.

 

Paper:  (with Tang, Ping and Salsbury, Jr, Freddie R.)   “The Electronic Structure of ζ -BEDT-TTF•PF6; a Comparison of Self-consistent Field and Hubbard Model Analyses.”  The March 2005 Meeting of the American Physical Society, Los Angeles, CA, 21-25 March 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Tang, Ping)  Comparison of the Electronic Structures of Four Crystalline Forms of FePO4.”  The March 2005 Meeting of the American Physical Society in Los Angeles, CA, 21-25 March 2005.

 

Paper:  (with Abraham, Yonas)   “A Method for Calculating Surface Electronic Structures using Semi-infinite Boundary Conditions.”  The March 2005 Meeting of the American Physical Society, Los Angeles, CA, 21-25 March 2005.

 

 

Kim-Shapiro, Daniel B.

 

Presentation:  (with Azarov, Ivan, Huang, Kris T., Cass, Matthew, Basu, Swati, Cho, Man, Nichols, James S., Gladwin, Mark T., and Hogg, Neil)  NO Uptake Rates of Normal and Sickle Red Blood Cells.”  Long Beach, CA, February 2005.  BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 88 (1): 391A Part 2 Suppl. S, January 2005. 

 

Presentation:  (with Huang, Jinming and King, S. Bruce)  METABOLISM OF HYDROXYUREA TO NITRIC OXIDE BY RAT LIVER  FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE, 37: 97 Suppl. 2 (2004), Free Rad. Biol. Med. Meeting, St. Thomas, 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Huang, Z., Shiva, S., Schechter, A., Ringwood, L., Irby, C., Cushenberry, C., Grant, P., Patel, R., Hogg, N., and Gladwin, M.)  FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE  37: 20 Suppl. 2 (2004), Free Rad. Biol. Med. Meeting, St. Thomas , 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Azizi, Fouad, Kielbasa, Jerrold E., Adeyiga, Adedoyin M., Maree, Rachel D., Yakubu, Mamudu, Shields, Howard, and King, S. Bruce)   “NO Dissociation Rates from Hemoglobin.”  FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE  37: 100 Suppl. 2 (2004), Free Rad. Biol. Med. Meeting, St. Thomas, 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Azarov, Ivan, Huang, Kris T., Cass, Matthew, Maree, Rachel D., King, S. Bruce, Nichols, James S., Gladwin, Mark T., and Hogg, Neil)  “NO Uptake by Normal and Sickle Red Blood Cells.” FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE  37: 209 Suppl. 2 (2004), Free Rad. Biol. Med. Meeting, St. Thomas, 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Jeffers, Anne, Xu, Xiuli, Cho, Man, Huang,  Kris T., King, S., Hogg, Neil, Patel, Rakesh P., and Gladwin, Mark T.)   “Nitrite Activation of sGC in Blood.”  FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE  37: 84 Suppl. 2 (2004), Free Rad. Biol. Med. Meeting, St. Thomas, 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Huang, Kris, Keszler, Agnes, Huang, James, Patel, Neil K., Patel, Rakesh, Gladwin, Mark, and Hogg, Neil)  Mechanistic Re-examination of the Reaction between Nitrite and Hemoglobin.”  REE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE  37: 82 Suppl. 2 (2004), Free Rad. Biol. Med. Meeting, St. Thomas, 2004.

 

Invited talk:  (with Hogg, N., Patel, R. P., and Gladwin, M. T.)  “What’s Right about Nitrite?”  Comparitive Biochemistry and Physiology.  SEB 2004 Conference, Capri, Italy, 2004.  Nitric Oxide: Comparitive Aspects of Respiratory and Cardiovascular Homeostasis, September 2004.  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part B , 139, issue 1, pp. 137-149.

 

 

Macosko, Jed C.

 

Presentation:  (with Oritz, T. P. et al)  Stepping Statistics of Single HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase Molecules during DNA Polymerization.”  59th ACS Northwest and Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, May 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Lu, et al.)  “Closing of the Fingers Domain Generates Motor Forces in the HIV Reverse Transcriptase.” 59th ACS Northwest Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, May 2004.

 

Presentation:  (with Basame, S. B. et al.)  “ORF1P: Structure and Binding Specificity to RNA.” 59th ACS Northwest and Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, May 2004.

 

 

Salsbury, Freddie R.

 

Invited seminar:  “Constant-pH Molecular Dynamics.”  Old Dominion University Department of Chemistry.

 

Invited seminar:  “Electrostatic Analysis of Active Sites of CYS-modifiable Proteins.”  Structural and Computational Biophysics Group, WFU.

 

Invited seminar:  “Constant-pH Molecular Dynamics.”  Center for Structural Biology “chatters”, WFU.

 

Invited seminar:  (with Holzwarth, N. A. W., Tang, P., and Qualls, J. “The Electronic Structure of Zeta-BEDT-TTF PF6; a Comparison of Self-consistent Field  and Hubbard Model Analyses.”  The March APS 2004 Meeting, Los Angeles, 21-25 2005.

 

Posters:  (with Knutson, S. A., Poole, L. A., and Fetrow, J. S.)  “Electrostatic Calculation of pKa Shifts in Proteins.”   Biophysical Society Meeting, Long Beach, CA, 2005.

 

Posters:  “Sequence, Structure, and Electrostatic Analysis of Sites of Cysteine Sulfenic Acid Modification in Proteins.”  Knutson, S. A., Salsbury, Jr, F., Poole, L. A., and Fetrow, J. S., Gordon Research Conference, Enzymes, Coenzymes, & Metabolic Pathways, 2004.

 

 

William, Richard T. Williams

 

Invited talk:  “Molecular Dynamics of Finite-temperature Relaxation of Self-trapped Excitons to Defects in NaCl.”  Physics Department Colloquium at Wake Forest University, February 2005.

 

Keynote speaker:  “Dynamics Induced by Electronic Transitions:  Finite-temperature Relaxation of Self-trapped Excitons to Defects in NaCl.”  10th International Conference on Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions, Susono, Japan, October 2004.

 

Keynote speaker:  “Giant oscillator Strength of Excitons in Bulk and Nanostructured Systems.”  6th International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, Cracow, Poland, July 2004.

 

Invited talk:  “Formation Time of a Small Electron Polaron in LiNbO3:  Measurements and Interpretation.”  15th International Conference on Defects in Insulating Crystals, Riga, Latvia, July 2004.

 

 

II.        Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

 

Carroll, David L.

 

Editorial Board, Proceedings of the Materials Research Society

 

Consultant, National Science Foundation

 

Consultant, Science Foundation of Ireland

 

 

Fetrow, Jacquelyn S.

 

Editorial Board, Proteins: Structure Function and Genetics

 

Board of Directors, Quantum Bio, State College, PA

 

 

Guthold, Martin

 

Peer-reviewed papers for the journals: 

            Biophysics Journal

            PNAS

 

Grant reviewing activities for federal granting agencies

            Participated as a member in the following NIH study sections. 

“Innovative technologies for the molecular analysis of cancer”, July 27-28, 2004, Gaithersburg, MD

         “Microscopic Imaging”, July 12, 2004, Bethesda, MD

         “Microscopic Imaging”, Nov 4-5, 2004, Bethesda, MD

“Innovative technologies for the molecular analysis of cancer”, March 9-10 2005, Gaithersburg, MD

         “Microscopic Imaging”, March 10, Bethesda, MD

         Biology and Development of Ageing, March 23, Bethesda, MD

“Innovative technologies for the molecular analysis of cancer”, March 29-30, 2004, Gaithersburg, MD.

 

 

Kim-Shapiro, Daniel B.

 

Journals Reviewed for:

 

1.  Biophysical Journal

2.  Journal of Biological Chemistry

3.  Blood

4. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

5. Circulation Research

6.  Medical Science Monitor

7. Free Radical Biology and Medicine

8. Cell

9. FEBS Journal         

10.  Inorganic Chemistry

11.  British Journal of Haematology

12.  FEBS Letters

13. Journal of Physical Chemistry

14 Analytica Chimica Acta

15.  Journal of Theoretical Biology

16 Biochemistry

17. Journal of Chemical Physics

 

Note – Not listed as editorial board member on any of these.  In some cases, listed as “official” reviewer.  In other cases just does reviews.

 

Consultant, NIH Study Section: ZRG1 Heme-D 50/51, Hematology Bioengineering,  Bioengineering Research Partnerships, 4/05.

 

 

Macosko, Jed C.

 

Editorial Board, Progress in Complexity, Information and Design (PCID)

 

Consultant, Aperson, a medical device Start-up Company

 

 

William, Richard T.

 

Editorial Board, Institute of Physics (Britain), publisher of Journal of Physics

 

Editorial Board, Materials Science Foundation (Trans Tech Publishing, Zurich)

 

Organizer and Chairman of 7th International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, Wake Forest University, June 2006.

 

Member of International Advisory Committees for

            International Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials

            International Conference on Inorganic Scintillators and Applications

            International Conference on Luminescent Detectors and Transformers of Radiation

            European Topical Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials

 

 

IV.       External Grants Received

 

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

 

Bonin, Keith D.

 

$75,000           “Optical Torquing and Nanofluidics.”  Research Corporation

 

 

Carroll, David L.

 

$525,000         “Agile Response Coatings.”  AFOSR

 

$100,000         “Postdoctoral Fellowship.”  ACS

 

$453,000         “Scale Hierarchy.”  AFSOR

 

$30,000           “Star Polymer OPV.”  EIC

 

$30,000           “Surface Enhanced Raman.”  EIC

 

$30,000           Photovoltaics.”  EIC

 

$9,000             “NSF NER.”  NSF

 

$92,000           “Agile Response Coatings.”  Picatinny Arsenal

 

$180,000         “Robust Display.”  DARPA

 

 

Fetrow, Jacquelyn S.

 

$1,073,242      “Algebraic and Statistical of Redox Signaling.”  NIH-NIGMS

                        1R01 GM075304 (total costs for 4 years)

 

$242,320         “Profiling of Redox-Sensitive Signaling Proteins.”  NIH-NCI

                        1R01 GM075304 (total costs for 2 yers)

 

 

Guthold, Martin

 

$10,000           “Manipulation and Simultaneous Visualization of Individual Fibrin Fibers.”

                        Science Research Fund

 

 

 

Holzwarth, Natalie A.W.

 

$336,000         “ITR-Computational Tools for Detailed Simulations of Materials.”  NSR

 

$143,000         “Computational Study of Transition Metal Phosphate Materials.”  NSF

 

 

Kim-Shapiro, Daniel B.

 

$1,563,320      “Effects of Nitric Oxide in Sickle Cell Blood.”  NIH

                        (2002-2007)

 

$518,400         “Effects of Nitric Oxide and Nitrite in Sickle Cell Blood.”  NIH

 

 

Williams, Richard T.

 

$12,300           Nanostructured and Crystalline ZnO and BN for Light-emitting and

                        Semiconductor Applications.”  Scientific Exchange Program between

                        Latvia and USA.

 

 

V.              Awards for Distinguished Teaching, Research, or Professional Activities

 

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

 

Guthold, Martin

 

“The Reid-Doyle Award for Excellence in Teaching,  Wake Forest University

 

 

Kim-Shapiro, Daniel B.

 

“Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Fellow,” Wake Forest University

 

“Pro Humanitatae Service Learning in Action Grant,” Wake Forest University

 

“NIH Independent Scientist Career Award (K02),” 2004-2009.