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Name: Daniel Hayes
Title: Assistant Professor
Specialization: Nanomaterial & nanoscale infl. on cellular process
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Department: Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department
Organization: LSU AgCenter
Address 1: 149 E.B. Doran Building - LSU
Address 2: Baton Rouge, LA 70803 - 4505
Phone Number: (225) 578-2919
Fax Number: (225) 578-3492

Education/Training
Pennsylvania State University, B.S. in Science (1997)
Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. in Engineering Science & Mechanics (2004)
Areas of Specialization/Research
Interaction of biological systems with nano and microscale materials for drug delivery and tissue engineering applications.
Professional Experience
2008- Present    Assistant Professor of Biological Engineering, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La.
2007-2008        President and COO, NanoHorizons, State College, Pa.
2004-2007        Vice President of Operations, NanoHorizons, State College, Pa.
2002-2004        Director of Operations, NanoHorizons, State College, Pa.
1999-2004        Research Assistant, Nanofabrication Facility, Penn State University, University Park, Pa.
1997-1999        Research Assistant, New York University Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, New York, N.Y.
1996-1997        Research Assistant, Penn State University, Department of Nutrition, University Park, Pa.
1992-1995        Midshipman, U.S. Navy, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis Md.

Publications/Presentations/Patents
1.    “Biocompatible/ Bioabsorbable Silver Nanocomposite Coatings”, Qureshi, AT, Monroe WT, Lopez MJ, Janes ME, Dasa V, Park S, Amirsadeghi A and Hayes DJ, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Accepted for publication September 28, 2010.
2.    Dumke JC, El-Zahab B, Challa S, Das S, Chandler L, Tolocka M, Hayes D, and I. Warner.  2010. Lanthanide-Based Luminescent NanoGUMBOS”,. Langmuir., Article ASAP, Publication Date (Web): September 1, 2010. DOI: 10.1021/la102354h
3.    Kalkan AK, Henry MR, Li HD, Cuiffi JD, Hayes DJ, Palmer C, and SJ Fonash. 2005. Biomedical/analytical applications of deposited nanostructured Si films”, Nanotechnology 16(8): 1383-1391.
4.    Zguris JC, Itle LJ, Hayes D, Pishko MV. 2005.  Microreactor microfluidic systems with human microsomes and hepatocytes for use in metabolite studies.  Biomedical Microdevices; 7(2):117-25.
5.    Hornyak TJ, Hayes DJ, Chiu LY, Ziff EB. 2001. Transcription factors in melanocyte development: distinct roles for Pax-3 and Mitf”, Mechanisms of Development; 101(1-2):47-59.
6.    Cuiffi JD, Hayes DJ, Fonash SJ, Brown KN, Jones AD, 2001. Desorption-ionization mass spectrometry using deposited nanostructured silicon films”, Analytical Chemistry., 73 (6): 1292-1295.
7.    Kalkan AK, Bae SH, Li HD, Hayes DJ, Fonash SJ. 2000. Nanocrystalline Si thin films with arrayed void-column network deposited by high density plasma”, Journal of Applied  Physics 88 (1): 555-561 (2000).
8.    Hornyak TJ, Hayes DJ, Ziff EB;  2000. Cell-density-dependent regulation of expression and glycosylation of dopachrome tautomerase/tyrosinase-related protein-2”, Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 115(1):106-12. (2000).
9.    Hayes DJ, Cuiffi JD 2005. Nanotechnology in Business”,  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 230: U712-U712 37-CHAL.
10.    Hornyak TJ, Hayes DJ, Ziff EB. 1999. Pax-3 as a proliferation factor for developing murine melanocytes”, , Journal of Investigative Dermatology; 112 (4): 540-540 (1999).

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