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Dr. Daniele joined the faculty of North Carolina State University in August 2015. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, as well as the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Daniele’s primary area of interest is the broad application of soft nanomaterials to engineer devices which monitor, mimic or augment biological function. Specific topics of research include wearable and implantable biosensors, organ-on-a-chip models, and human-machine interfaces.
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- 2009 - BS in Materials Science & Engineering (Nanotechnology), Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
2012 - PhD in Materials Science & Engineering (Polymers), Clemson University, Clemson, SC
| Primary Research Interests
- Bioelectronics Engineering (Including Bioinstrumentation*, Biomechatronics*, Biomimetic Systems*)
| Other Research Interests
- Physical Electronics, Photonics & Magnetics (Including Optical Materials and Photonic Devices*)
| Selected Publications
- M.A. Daniele*, Adrian J. Knight, Steven A. Roberts, Kathryn Radom and Jeffrey S. Erickson. “Sweet Substrate: A Polysaccharide Nanocomposite for Conformal Electronic Decals.” Advanced Materials, 27, 1600-1606 (2015).
- M.A. Daniele*, Darryl A. Boyd, David Mott and Frances S. Ligler. “3D Focusing Microfluidics for Emerging Sensing Technologies.” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, (67), 25-34 (2015).
- M.A. Daniele*, Darryl A. Boyd, Andre A. Adams and Frances S. Ligler. “Microfluidic Strategies for Design and Assembly of Microfibers and Nanofibers with Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Applications.” Advanced Healthcare Materials, (20)1, 11-28 (2015).
- M.A. Daniele, Kathryn Radom, Frances S. Ligler and Andre A. Adams*. “Microfluidic Fabrication of Multiaxial Microvessels via Hydrodynamic Focusing.” RSC Advances, 4, 23440-23446 (2014).
- M.A. Daniele*, Andre A. Adams, Jawad Naciri, Stella H. North and Frances S. Ligler. “Interpenetrating Networks Based on Gelatin Methacrylamide and PEG Formed Using Concurrent Thiol Click Chemistries for Hydrogel Tissue Engineering Scaffolds.” Biomaterials, 35, 1845-1856 (2014).
| Awards and Honors
- 2015 - Jerome and Isabella Karle Distinguished Scholar, U.S. Naval Research Lab, Washington D.C.
- 2014 - NRL Postdoctoral Publication Award
- 2012-2014 - NAS National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship, U.S. Naval Research Lab, Washington D.C.
- 2011 - American Chemical Society Excellence in Graduate Polymer Research