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Betley, Ted

Ted Betley

Education

Bachelors of Science in Engineering

1999 University of Michigan


Doctor of Philosophy

2005 California Institute of Techology

    About This Team Member

    Ted was an undergraduate majoring in chemical engineering at Michigan.  He joined the research group after taking chemistry 302, the undergraduate course in inorganic chemistry.  Upon graduation in the fall of 1999, he started as a full-time research associate in the lab working on the AFM of dendritic drug delivery agents.  Ted completed research for two full papers on dendrimer imaging by AFM before departing.

    He began graduate school at Cal Tech in the fall of 2000 joining the group of Jonas Peters.  Upon obtaining his PhD he joined the group of Dan Nocera at MIT for his post-doctoral fellowship.

    Ted is now professor of chemistry at Harvard University.

    Publications

    Tapping Mode Atomic Force Microscopy Investigation of Poly(amidoamine) Core-Shell Tecto(Dendrimers) using Carbon-Nanoprobes.

    T. A. Betley, J. A. Hessler, A. Mecke, M. M. Banaszak Holl, B. G. Orr, S. Uppulari, D. A. Tomalia, and J. R. Baker Jr..
    Langmuir
    2002,
    18,
    3127-3133.

    Tapping Mode Atomic Force Microscopy Investigation of Poly(amidoamine) Dendrimers: the Effects of Substrate and pH on Dendrimer Deformation.

    T. A. Betley, M. M. Banaszak Holl, B. G. Orr, D. R. Swanson, D. A. Tomalia, and J. R. Baker Jr..
    Langmuir
    2001,
    17,
    2768.