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Daniel Stark

Daniel Stark is an NRC Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Quantum Electronics and Photonics Physics Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). At NIST, Daniel is working with Kimberly Briggman in the Molecular Applications Project to perform nonlinear optical spectroscopy of proteins and peptides in supported biomembranes.


2011 National Research Council Postdoctoral Research Associateship

Previous Publications:

  • “A high throughput microelectroporation device to introduce a chimeric antigen receptor to redirect the specificity of human T cells” Y. Choi, C. Yuen, S. N. Maiti, S. Olivares, H. Gibbons, H. Huls, R. Raphael, T. C. Killian, Daniel J Stark, D. A. Lee, H. Torikai,D. Monticello, S. S. Kelly, P. Kebriaei, R. E. Champlin, S. L. Biswal, L. J. N. Co, Biomedical Microdevices ,(2010).
  • “Three-dimensional tissue culture based on magnetic cell levitation” G. R. Souza, J. R. Molina, R. M. Raphael, M. G. Ozawa, Daniel J Stark, C. S. Levin, L. F. Bronk, J. S. Ananta, J. Mandelin, M.-M. Georgescu, J. A. Bankson, J. G. Gelovani, T. C. Killian, W. Arap, R. Pasqualini, Nature Nanotechnology, 5, 291-6 (2010).


NRC Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Quantum Electronics and Photonics Division
Biophysics Group

Employment History:

2011 - present, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD


Ph.D. Physics and Astronomy, Rice University, Houston, TX

B.S. Physics and Math, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK


Phone: 301-975-8585
Fax: 301-975-6991