Gregg Dieckmann

Associate Professor - Chemistry
 
972-883-2903
BE2324
Tags: Inorganic Chemistry

Professional Preparation

Ph.D - Chemistry
University of Michigan - 1995
M.S - Chemistry
University of Michigan - 1995
B.A - Chemistry
DePauw University - 1988
B.A - Computer Science
DePauw University - 1988

Research Areas

Research Description
Using an integrative approach, the Dieckmann Lab utilizes protein design to create simple model systems. These systems provide insights into the functioning of more complex biological systems, or yield new bio/nano hybrid materials. Projects include:

  • Bionanotechnology: designed protein motifs for the noncovalent functionalization of carbon nanotubes
  • Thiolate-rich Zn(II) sites and alkyl transfer: how does protein environment control Zn(II) reactivity
  • DNA-binding domains: probing the molecular basis of gene regulation and DNA repair

Publications

Samarajeewa, D.R.; Dieckmann, G.R.; Nielsen, S.O.; Musselman, I.H. “Modifying the Electronic Properties of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Using Designed Surfactant Peptides”, Nanoscale (2012) 4: 4544-4554. 2012 - Publication
Chiu, C.-C.; Maher, M.C.; Dieckmann, G.R.; Nielsen, S.O. “Molecular Dynamics Study of a Carbon Nanotube-Binding Reversible Cyclic Peptide”, ACSNano (2010) 4: 2539 - 2546. 2010 - Publication
Chiu, Chi-Cheng, Gregg R. Dieckmann, and Steven O. Nielsen. 2009. Role of Peptide-Peptide Interactions in Stabilizing Peptide-Wrapped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: A Molecular Dynamics Study. Biopolymers: Peptide Science 92(3): 156-63. 2009 - Publication
Becraft, Eric J., Anton S. Klimenko, and Gregg R. Dieckmann. 2009. Influence of Alternating L-/D-Amino Acid Chiralities and Disulfide Bond Geometry on the Capacity of Cysteine-Containing Reversible Cyclic Peptides to Disperse Carbon Nanotubes. Biopolymers: Peptide Science 92(3): 212-21. 2009 - Publication
Nicolosi, Valeria, Helen Cathcart, Alan B. Dalton, Damian Aherne, Gregg R. Dieckmann, and Jonathan N. Coleman. 2008. Spontaneous Exfoliation of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Dispersed Using a Designed Amphiphilic Peptide. Biomacromolecules 9(2): 598-602. 2008 - Publication
Chiu, Chi-Cheng, Gregg R. Dieckmann, and Steven O. Nielsen. 2008. Molecular Dynamics Study of a Nanotube-Binding Amphiphilic Helical Peptide at Different Hydrophilic/Hydrophobic Interfaces. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112(51): 16326-33. 2008 - Publication
Xie, Hui, Eric J. Becraft, Ray H. Baughman, Alan B. Dalton, and Gregg R. Dieckmann. 2008. Ranking the Affinity of Aromatic Residues for Carbon Nanotubes by Using Designed Surfactant Peptides. Journal of Peptide Science, special issue Peptides in Nanotechnology 14(2): 139-51. 2008 - Publication
Chin Shook-Fong, Ray H. Baughman, Alan B. Dalton, Gregg R. Dieckmann, Rockford K. Draper, Carole Mikoryak, Inga H. Musselman, Vasiliki Z. Poenitzsch, Hui Xie, and Paul Pantano. 2007. Amphiphilic Helical Peptide Enhances the Uptake of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Living Cells. Experimental Biology and Medicine 232: 1236-44. 2007 - Publication
Poenitzsch, Vasiliki Z., David C. Winters, Hui Xie, Gregg R. Dieckmann, Alan B. Dalton, and Inga H. Musselman. 2007. Effect of Electron-Donating and Electron-Withdrawing Groups on Peptide/Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Interactions. Journal of the American Chemical Society 129: 14724-32. 2007 - Publication
Yehia, Hadi N., Rockford K. Draper, Carole A. Mikoryak, Erin K. Walker, Pooja Bajaj, Inga H. Musselman, Meredith C. Daigrepont, Gregg R. Dieckmann, and Paul Pantano. 2007. Single- Walled Carbon Nanotube Interactions with HeLa Cells. Journal of Nanobiotechnology 5, 8 DOI: 10.1186/1477-3155-5-8. 2007 - Publication

Appointments

Associate Head
The University of Texas at Dallas [2009–Present]
Associate Professor,
The University of Texas at Dallas [2005–Present]
Assistant Professor,
The University of Texas at Dallas [1999–2005]
Scientific Consultant
Tetra Tech, Inc., Pasadena, CA [1998–1999]
Postdoctoral Researcher,
University of Pennsylvania [1995–1999]
Graduate Research Assistant,
The University of Michigan [1992–1995]
Educational Software Developer / Administrator,
The University of Michigan [1989–1995]
Graduate Teaching Assistant,
The University of Michigan [1988–1992]

Awards

Faculty Teaching Award - School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics [2016]
Faculty Teaching Award - School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics [2011]

Projects

Modulation of Metal-binding Affinities and Reactivity with Alkylating Agents through Engineered Changes in the Zinc Ribbon Protein L36
2004–2004 Dieckmann, Gregg R., Alfonso Ortiz-Acevedo, Harsha S. Kolla, and Matthew Junker. 2004. Modulation of Metal-binding Affinities and Reactivity with Alkylating Agents through Engineered Changes in the Zinc Ribbon Protein L36. Oral presentation at the American Chemical Society, Spring National Meeting: session Bioinorganic Chemistry, March 28-April 1, in Anaheim, CA.
Investigating the Oxidative Stress Response of HeLa Cells Exposed to SWCNTs
2002–2002 Yehia, Hadi, Ray H. Baughman, Gregg R. Dieckmann, Rockford K. Draper, Inga H. Musselman, and Paul Pantano. 2006. Investigating the Oxidative Stress Response of HeLa Cells Exposed to SWCNTs. Presentation at the American Chemical Society, Spring National Meeting, March 26, in Atlanta, GA.
Controlled Assembly of Carbon Nanotubes in Aqueous Solution with Designed Peptides.
2003–2003 Dieckmann, Gregg R., Alfonso Ortiz-Acevedo, Alan B. Dalton, Joselito Razal, Jian Chen, Edgar Mu?oz, Inga H. Musselman, Ray H. Baughman, and Rockford K. Draper. 2003. Controlled Assembly of Carbon Nanotubes in Aqueous Solution with Designed Peptides. Oral presentation at the 18th American Peptide Symposium: session Material & Drug Design, July 19-23, in Boston, MA. Biopolymers, 71(3), 300 - 300 O71 (2003).
Computers in Chemical Education
1991–1991 Dieckmann, Gregg R. 1991. Critical Thinking and Achievement in General Chemistry: Reaching and Teaching Large Student Populations. Oral presentation at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society: session Computers in Chemical Education, August, in New York, NY. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 202, 81- CHED Part 1 (1991).
Effect of Aromatic Content on Peptide/Carbon Nanotube Composite Properties
2002–2002 Ortiz-Acevedo, Alfonso, Vasiliki Zorbas, Alan B. Dalton, Ray H. Baughman, Rockford K. Draper, Inga H. Musselman, and Gregg R. Dieckmann. 2003. Effect of Aromatic Content on Peptide/Carbon Nanotube Composite Properties. Poster presentation at the Strategic Partnership for Research In Nanotechnology (SPRING), 1st Annual Meeting, August 25-27

Additional Information

External funding for original investigations

 1. Modulating Membrane Fusion: Design of Helix-binding Receptors with   Protease Activity for Use as Antiviral Agents

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
  Research Corporation: Research Innovation Award
  Submitted April 1999, $35,000
  Current status: rejected

2. Modulating Membrane Fusion: Design of Helix-binding Receptors with   Protease Activity for Use as Antiviral Agents

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation: New Faculty Award
September 1, 1999 - unrestricted, $25,000
Current status: rejected

3. Modulating Biological Membrane Fusion: Design of Helix-binding   Receptors with Protease Activity

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board: Advanced Research Program   Grant
January 1, 2000 - December 31, 2001, $108,000
Current status: funded

4. DNA Modification and Regulation: Design of Metal-binding Proteins   with Demethylase Activity

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
June 1, 2000 - May 31, 2003, $145,000
Current status: funded

5. Modulating Membrane Fusion: Use of Helix-binding Receptors for   Macromolecular Recognition, Folding Studies and Antiviral Agents

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
Research Corporation: Research Innovation Award
January 1, 2001 - December 31, 2001, $35,000
Current status: rejected

6. DNA Modification and Regulation: Design of Metal-binding Proteins   with Demethylase Activity Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)

The American Chemical Society: The Petroleum Research Fund (type G)
January 1, 2001 - December 31, 2002, $25,000
Current status: rejected

7. Modulating Biological Membrane Fusion: Design of Helix-binding   Receptors with Protease Activity

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board: Supplemental Grant for High   School Teachers
June 4, 2001 - July 27, 2001, $7,200
Current status: funded

8. Investigation of the Factors Affecting Reactivity of Thiolate-rich   Zn(II) Sites in Proteins

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The American Chemical Society: The Petroleum Research Fund (type G)
Submitted January 2002, $35,000
Current status: rejected

9. Design of Helix-binding Receptors through Domain Fragmentation

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board: Advanced Research Program   Grant
January 1, 2002 - December 31, 2003, $150,000
Current status: rejected

10. Design of Helix-binding Receptors Through Domain Fragmentation

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation: Beckman Young Investigator Award
May 1, 2002 - April 30, 2005, $240,000
Current status: rejected

11. Design of Helix-binding Receptors through Domain Fragmentation

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
Research Corporation: Cottrell Scholars Award
June 30, 2002 - June 30, 2007, $75,000
Current status: rejected

12. Domain Fragmentation for Protein Interface Design

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
National Institutes of Health
April 1, 2003 - March 31, 2007, $880,800
Current status: rejected

13. Investigation of the Factors Affecting Reactivity of Thiolate-rich Zn(II) Sites in Proteins

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
June 1, 2003 - May 31, 2006, $150,000
Current status: rejected

14. Center for Bioengineering and Materials Preproposal

Rockford K. Draper (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (1 of ~27 co-I)
National Science Foundation
Submitted June 2003, $20,000,000
Current status: rejected

15. Self Assembly of Carbon Nanotubes by Protein Helices

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Ray H. Baughman (co-I), Rockford K. Draper (co-I), and Inga H. Musselman (co-I)
National Institutes of Health
July 1, 2003 - June 30, 2007, $1,495,709
Current status: rejected

16. FRG: Controlled Assembly of Carbon Nanotubes by Peptides

Rockford K. Draper (PI), Ray Baughman (co-I), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), Warren J. Goux (co-I), and Inga H. Musselman (co-I)
National Science Foundation
August 1, 2003 - July 31, 2006, $914,925
Current status: rejected

17. Reactivity in Zinc-thiolate Proteins: A Comprehensive Study

Carl J. Carrano (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), and David Giedroc (co-I)
National Institutes of Health
December 1, 2003 - November 30, 2006, $1,175,440 ($360,000 for Dieckmann)
Current status: rejected

18. Investigation of the Factors Affecting Reactivity of Thiolate-rich Zn(II) Sites in Proteins

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The American Chemical Society: The Petroleum Research Fund (type AC)
January 1, 2004 - August 31, 2006, $80,000
Current status: funded

19. Peptides & Carbon Nanotubes: Novel Materials/Biosensors

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Ray H. Baughman (co-I), Rockford K. Draper (co-I), Warren J. Goux (co-I), and Inga H. Musselman (co-I)
National Institutes of Health
April 1, 2004 - March 31, 2008, $1,495,000
Current status: rejected

20. IBMST Funding

Rockford K. Draper (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I)
Institute of Biomedical Sciences and Technology
April 1, 2004 - September 31, 2004, $5,000
Current status: funded

21. NIRT: Biocompatable Carbon Nanotubes in Biological Systems

Rockford K. Draper (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), Andrew D. Ellington (co-I), Inga H.
Musselman (co-I), and Lawrence J. Overzet (co-I)
National Science Foundation: Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research Team Grant
April 1, 2004 - March 31, 2008, $2,000,000 ($1,600,000 for UTD)
Current status: rejected

22. Design of Reversible Cyclic Peptides for the Noncovalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
June 1, 2004 - May 31, 2007, $150,000
Current status: rejected

23. Peptide-coated Nanotubes: Toxicity/Targeted Cell Ablation

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Alan B. Dalton (co-I), Rockford K. Draper (co-I), Inga H. Musselman (co-I), and Paul Pantano
National Institutes of Health
December 1, 2004 - November 31, 2008, $1,475,675
Current status: rejected

24. Reversible Cyclic Peptides: Building Blocks for Novel Peptide & Peptide/Carbon Nanotube Materials

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
June 1, 2005 - May 31, 2008, $150,000
Current status: rejected

25. Are Manufactured Nanomaterials Environmentally Benign?: Uptake, Distribution, and Biological Responses in Aquatic Species After Exposure to Manufactured Nanoparticles

Mary Haasch (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), Patrick Larkin (co-I), Patricia McClellan-Green (co-I), and Eva Oberdorster (co-I)
Environmental Protection Agency
June 1, 2005 -May 31, 2008, $399,498 ($39,939 to UTD)
Current status: rejected

26. Peptide-coated Nanotubes: Toxicity and Targeted Cell Ablation

Alan B. Dalton (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), and Jonathan Coleman (co-I)
Human Frontier Science Program: Young investigators' Grant
June 1, 2005 - May 31, 2008, $1,050,000
Current status: funded

27. Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Stochastic Sensor

Xiyun Guan (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I)
UTD-UTA Joint Institutional Seed Research Program
April 15, 2006 - April 14, 2007, $20,000 ($10,000 for Dieckmann)
Current status: rejected

28. Reactivity of the Thiolate-Rich Zn(II)-Site in the Zinc Ribbon L36 Towards Methylation

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
June 1, 2006 - May 31, 2009, $150,000
Current status: rejected

29. Noncovalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes Using Designed Polypeptides

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
National Science Foundation
July 1, 2006 - June 30, 2010, $952,479
Current status: rejected

30. Development of High Resolution Imaging Techniques for Structure Studies of Carbon Nanotubes Coated with Biomolecules

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Inga H. Musselman (co-I), and Christopher J. Gilpin (co-I)
UT Southwestern/UTD Grant for Collaborative Research
Submitted January 1, 2007, $100,000
Current status: rejected

31. Noncovalent Interactions of Peptides & Carbon Nanotubes: Design and Characterization

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
June 1, 2007 - May 31, 2010, $150,000
Current status: rejected

32. Carbon Nanotubes in Cancer [one project of a program project entitled "Interdisciplinary Studies on the Combat Readiness and Health Issues Faced by Military Personnel", S. R. Goodman, PI]

Rockford K. Draper (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), Inga H. Musselman (co-I), and Paul Pantano (co-I)
Department of Defense, U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity
June 1, 2007 - May 31, 2008, $210,000 direct
Current status: funded

33. Multifunctional Self-targeting Peptide-coated Quantum Dot Probes

Shimon Weiss (PI), Ludovic Jullien (co-I), and Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I)
National Institutes of Health
July 1, 2007 - June 30, 2012, $2,499,339 ($937,500 for Dieckmann)
Current status: rejected

34. MRI: Acquisition of NMR Instrumentation for the University of Texas of Dallas

John W. Sibert (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), John P. Ferraris (co-I), Warren J. Goux (co-I), and A. Dean Sherry (co-I)
National Science Foundation-Major Research Instrumentation
September 1, 2007 - August 31, 2010, $719,800
Current status: rejected

35. Noncovalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes Using Designed Polypeptides

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Alan B. Dalton (co-I), Christopher Gilpen (co-I), Inga H.
Musselman (co-I), and Steve Nielsen
National Science Foundation
February 1, 2008 - January 1, 2011, $1,497,294
Current status: rejected

36. Nanotechnology in Cancer

Ellen Vitetta (PI), Rockford K. Draper (co-I), Paul Pantano (co-I), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), and Inga H. Musselman (co-I)
Department of Defense, Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center
March 1, 2008 - February 28, 2009, $1,000,000
Current status: funded 37. Carbon Nanotube Functionalization and Diameter Selective Purification by Closeable Cyclic Peptides
Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board: Advanced Research Program Grant
May 1, 2008 - April 30, 2010, $150,000
Current status: rejected

38. Closeable Cyclic Peptides: Versatile Building Blocks for Nanoscale Engineering

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
June 1, 2008 - May 31, 2011, $150,000
Current status: rejected

39. Microscopy and Spectroscopy Studies of the Electronic Properties of Peptide/Carbon Nanotube Composites

Inga H. Musselman (PI), Alan B. Dalton (co-I), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), and Steve Nielsen
(co-I)
National Science Foundation
June 1, 2008 - May 31, 2011, $1,107,593
Current status: rejected

40. Materials World Network: Carbon Nanotube Scaffolds for Stem Cell Differentiation and Proliferation

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Alan B. Dalton (co-I), Peter Donovan (co-I), James C. Earthman (co-I), and Richard Sear (co-I)
National Science Foundation
October 1, 2008 - September 30, 2011, $1,419,832
Current status: rejected

41. Reversible Cyclic Peptides for Carbon Nanotube Functionalization

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Christopher Gilpen (co-I), Inga H. Musselman (co-I), and Steve Nielsen (co-I)
National Science Foundation
February 1, 2009 - January 1, 2012, $552,813
Current status: rejected

42. Predicting, Testing, and Neutralizing Nanoparticle Toxicity

Steve Nielsen (PI), Rockford K. Draper (co-I), Inga H. Musselman (co-I), Paul Pantano (co-I), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), and Ara Philipossian (co-I)
Semiconductor Research Corporation
April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2010, $120,000
Current status: funded

43. 2-D Surface Patterning in 1-D Systems Using Cyclic Peptide-Coated Carbon Nanotubes

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
The Robert A. Welch Foundation
June 1, 2009 - May 31, 2012, $150,000
Current status: rejected

44. Microscopy and Spectroscopy Studies of the Electronic Properties of Peptide/Carbon Nanotube Composites

Inga H. Musselman (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), and Steven O. Nielsen (co-I)
National Science Foundation
July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2012, $450,125
Current status: rejected

45. Developing High Resolution Imaging Methodologies for Soft Matter-Functionalized Nanomaterials

Inga H. Musselman (PI), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), Christopher Gilpen (co-I), and Steven O. Nielsen (co-I)
National Science Foundation
July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2012, $495,937
Current status: rejected

46. Pushing the Information Limit in Electron Tomography: The Way Forward

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Christopher J. Gilpin (co-I), Inga H. Musselman (co-I), and Steven O. Nielsen (co-I)
National Institutes of Health
September 30, 2009 - September 29, 2011, $933,936
Current status: rejected

47. Controlled Patterning of Carbon Nanotube Surfaces Using Designed Peptides

Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI), Christopher Gilpen (co-I), Inga H. Musselman (co-I), and Steve Nielsen (co-I)
National Science Foundation
February 1, 2010 - January 31, 2013, $501,182
Current status: under review

48. MRI: Acquisition of 600 MHz NMR Spectrometer for Multidisciplinary Research at University of Texas at Dallas

John P. Ferraris (PI), Michael C. Biewer (co-I), Gregg R. Dieckmann (co-I), Bruce Gnade (co-I), and Mihaela Iovu (co-I)
National Science Foundation-Major Research Instrumentation
June 1, 2010 - May 31, 2013, $912,000
Current status: rejected
Masters advisement/direction

1. Eric J. Becraft, awarded December 2008
Thesis: Cysteine-Based Reversible Cyclic Peptides for Carbon Nanotube Functionalization
2. Anton Klimenko, May 2008 - present
Project: (1) Use of alcohols for the modulation of nano-1 helicity, self association and interactions with SWNTs
(2) Modification of Reversible Cyclic Peptides for CNT Surface Patterning
3. Harsha S. Kolla, awarded December 2002
Thesis: Investigation of the Factors Affecting Reactivity of Thiolate-rich Zinc Sites in Proteins
4. Wenpeng Kou, left program January 2006
Project: Creation of Backbone-modified L36 Derivatives to Understand Protein-Metal Interactions
5. Jane H. Nguyen, awarded May 2007
Thesis: Alkyl-transfer Reactivity of Derivatives of the Protein L36
6. Alfonso Ortiz-Acevedo, awarded August 2001
Thesis: An Approach Toward Membrane Fusion Inhibition
7. James P. McVaugh, left program September 2008
Project: Incorporation of Aromaticity into Closeable Cyclic Peptides
8. Hui Xie, awarded August 2002
Thesis: Redesign and Characterization of β-Hairpins from Colicin-N

Bachelors Honors Advisement/Direction
1. Douglas J. Martin, awarded May 2004
Thesis: De Novo Design of an Artificial Demethylase
2. Daniel Robbins, awarded May 2009
Thesis: Stabilization of Reversible Cyclic Peptide/Single-walled Carbon Nanotube Dispersions by Incorporation of Acidic Residues

News Articles

Chemistry, Literature Instructors Recognized for Classroom Excellence

Two University of Texas at Dallas faculty members have earned The University of Texas System Board of Regents’ highest honor.
Dr. Gregg Dieckmann, associate professor of chemistry in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and Dr. Peter Ingrao, clinical assistant professor of literature in the School of Arts and Humanities, are recipients of the 2018 Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award (ROTA). They are among 27 ROTA winners from the UT System’s 14 academic and health institutions who will be recognized at a dinner Thursday, Aug. 9, in Austin. Each honoree receives $25,000.

Chemistry Prof Is Honored for Stirring Young Minds
The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has honored Dr. Gregg Dieckmann with the 2010-2011 Outstanding Teaching Award for his efforts in encouraging students and creating a successful learning environment.

Dieckmann, associate professor of chemistry, said he appreciated the recognition from students and colleagues for something he loves doing. He has taught at UT Dallas for more than a decade.

Funding

Predicting, Testing, and Neutralizing Nanoparticle Toxicity
$120,000 - Semiconductor Research Corporation [2009–2010]
Nanotechnology in Cancer
$1,000,000 - Department of Defense, Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center [2008–2009]
Carbon Nanotubes in Cancer [one project of a program project entitled "Interdisciplinary Studies on the Combat Readiness and Health Issues Faced by Military Personnel", S. R. Goodman, PI]
$210,000 - Department of Defense, U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity [2007–2008]
Peptide-coated Nanotubes: Toxicity and Targeted Cell Ablation
$1,050,000 - Human Frontier Science Program: Young investigators Grant [2005–2008]
Investigation of the Factors Affecting Reactivity of Thiolate-rich Zn(II) Sites in Proteins Gregg R. Dieckmann (PI)
$80,000 - The American Chemical Society: The Petroleum Research Fund (type AC) [2004–2006]