Roseanne Ford

Affiliations: 
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
Area:
Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry, Microbiology Biology
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Doug A. Lauffenburger grad student 1989 Penn (Chemistry Tree)
 (Quantitative studies of bacterial motility and chemotaxis using a stopped-flow diffusion chamber assay and an individual cell-based mathematical model)

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Xiaopu Wang grad student UVA
Paul D. Frymier grad student 1995 UVA (E-Tree)
Paul Lewus grad student 2000 UVA
James C. Sung grad student 2000 UVA
Jennifer W. McClaine grad student 2001 UVA
Lisa V. Smith grad student 2003 UVA
Larry M. Lanning grad student 2004 UVA
Kevin Kusy grad student 2005 UVA
Karthik Narayanaswamy grad student 2008 UVA
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Xu K, Wang X, Ford RM, et al. (2016) Self-Partitioned Droplet Array on Laser-Patterned Superhydrophilic Glass Surface for Wall-less Cell Arrays. Analytical Chemistry
Wang X, Lanning LM, Ford RM. (2015) Enhanced retention of chemotactic bacteria in a pore network with residual NAPL contamination. Environmental Science & Technology
Adadevoh JS, Triolo S, Ramsburg CA, et al. (2015) Chemotaxis increases the residence time of bacteria in granular media containing distributed contaminant sources. Environmental Science & Technology
Wang X, Atencia J, Ford RM. (2015) Quantitative analysis of chemotaxis towards toluene by Pseudomonas putida in a convection-free microfluidic device. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 112: 896-904
Toepfer JA, Ford RM, Metge D, et al. (2012) Impact of fluorochrome stains used to study bacterial transport in shallow aquifers on motility and chemotaxis of Pseudomonas species. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 81: 163-71
Wang X, Long T, Ford RM. (2012) Bacterial chemotaxis toward a NAPL source within a pore-scale microfluidic chamber. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 109: 1622-8
Strobel KL, McGowan S, Bauer RD, et al. (2011) Chemotaxis increases vertical migration and apparent transverse dispersion of bacteria in a bench-scale microcosm. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 108: 2070-7
Liu J, Ford RM, Smith JA. (2011) Idling time of motile bacteria contributes to retardation and dispersion in sand porous medium. Environmental Science & Technology. 45: 3945-51
Wang M, Ford RM. (2010) Quantitative analysis of transverse bacterial migration induced by chemotaxis in a packed column with structured physical heterogeneity. Environmental Science & Technology. 44: 780-6
Liu J, Ford RM. (2009) Idling time of swimming bacteria near particulate surfaces contributes to apparent adsorption coefficients at the macroscopic scale under static conditions. Environmental Science & Technology. 43: 8874-80
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