Jason R. Dwyer

2009- University of Rhode Island, Providence, RI, United States 
Bioanalytical chemistry, materials chemistry, biophysical chemistry
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Kathleen M. Gough research assistant 1995-1997 University of Manitoba
Stuart M. Rothstein research assistant 1997-1998 Brock University
R. J. Dwayne Miller grad student 1998-2005 University of Toronto
 (Femtosecond Electron Diffraction Studies of Ultrafast Structural Dynamics)
Thomas Elsaesser post-doc 2005-2007 Max Born Institute for nonlinear optics and short pulse spectroscopy, Berlin (Physics Tree)
Andre Marziali post-doc 2008-2009 UBC
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Dwyer JR, Harb M. (2017) Through a Window, Brightly: A Review of Selected Nanofabricated Thin-Film Platforms for Spectroscopy, Imaging, and Detection. Applied Spectroscopy. 3702817715496
Dwyer JR, Szyc Ł, Nibbering ET, et al. (2013) Note: an environmental cell for transient spectroscopy on solid samples in controlled atmospheres. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 84: 036101
Dawes R, Dwyer JR, Qu W, et al. (2011) QTAIM investigation of the electronic structure and large Raman scattering intensity of bicyclo-[1.1.1]-pentane. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 115: 13149-57
Tabard-Cossa V, Wiggin M, Trivedi D, et al. (2009) Single-molecule bonds characterized by solid-state nanopore force spectroscopy Acs Nano. 3: 3009-3014
Dwyer JR, Szyc L, Nibbering ET, et al. (2008) Ultrafast vibrational dynamics of adenine-thymine base pairs in DNA oligomers. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 112: 11194-7
Dwyer JR, Hebeisen CT, Ernstorfer R, et al. (2006) Femtosecond electron diffraction: 'making the molecular movie'. Philosophical Transactions. Series a, Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences. 364: 741-78
Siwick BJ, Dwyer JR, Jordan RE, et al. (2003) An atomic-level view of melting using femtosecond electron diffraction. Science (New York, N.Y.). 302: 1382-5
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