Jessica Arlett


Visiting
PhD Caltech
Solid-state physics; nanotechnology for biological applications
Office
Keck 1239
Phone
909-607-1843 (office)
909-621-8024 (department)
909-621-8887 (fax)
E-Mail
jarlett@g.hmc.edu

Prof Arlett is an experimental physicist with interest in biochemical sensors, particularly the development of novel approaches to neurochemical detection that can aid in our understanding of neural activity, neurodegenerative diseases, and ultimately the development of advanced neurological treatments.

Prof Arlett works in the intersection of physics, chemistry, and biology. Immediate goals are to design, test, and optimize neurochemical sensors for in vivo measurements in mice. We are particularly focused on the question: How can we maximize the sensing of target neurochemicals, while minimizing the noise from other chemicals present in the brain?


 

Course Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
09:00–09:50
Physics 51
Shan 2407

10:00–10:50
Physics 51
Shan 2407

13:15–14:05
Physics 51
Shan B454

09:00–09:50
Physics 51
Shan 2407

10:00–10:50
Physics 51
Shan 2407

13:15–14:05
Physics 51
Shan B454

12:40–14:40
Physics 50
Keck B127

15:15–17:15
Physics 50
Keck B127