R. Jankowiak, Ph.D. degree, has been a Professor at the Department of Chemistry, Kansas State University, Kan, USA since 2005. During the period from 2004 till 2006, he was an Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemistry, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA. From 1999 till 2005, he was a Senior Scientist at Ames Laboratory USDOE, Iowa State University and a Scientist at the same laboratory from 1990 till 1999. In 1993, he was a Visiting Scientist, Department of Toxicology, Mainz University, Mainz, Germany. Moreover, Dr. Jankowiak was an Associate Scientist (1987 till 1989) and a Postdoctoral Fellow at Group of Professor Gerald J. Small (from 1985 to 1987) at Ames Laboratory USDOE. From 1984 till 1985, he was an Associate Professor at Philipps University Marburg, Germany. In 1981, he was a Visiting Scientist at the Department of Physics, Camerino University, Italy, and in 1981, he was an Assistant Professor at Technical University, Institute of Physics, Gdansk, Poland. Finally, he was an Instructor at the Technical University, Institute of Physics, Gdansk, Poland during the period form 1976 till 1980. Dr. Jankowiak’s research interests include hole-burning spectroscopy and structural disorder in glasses, polymers, and proteins; excitation energy and electron transfer in various photosynthetic antenna and reaction center complexes at low temperatures and high pressures; artificial photosynthesis; single molecule spectroscopy; application of high resolution laser-based spectroscopies to complex biological systems; chemical carcinogenesis; carcinogen metabolism and cellular macromolecular damage; DNA-damage; microfluidic devices; and biosensors, Hapten-protein (i.e., MAb and/or receptor) interactions.
Biography Updated on 2 December 2010