|B.S. Chicago State University
|M.S., Loyola University of Chicago
|M.S., University of Notre Dame
|Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
Understanding binding and structural properties of nanostructures that have important implications for increasing storage capacity in molecular electronics, minimizing high temperature destabilizing effects in energy systems, and maintaining bioactivity of bound molecules in biosensors are topics of interest in the group. DNA origami nano technology, scanning microscopy (SEM and AFM), and electrochemistry are applicable techniques.
The Analog Atomic Force Microscope: Measuring, Modeling, and Graphing for Middle School, Valerie Goss, Sharon Brandt, and Marya Lieberman, Journal of Chemical Education. Manuscript in review
Adsorption and desorption kinetics of DNA origami on modified silicon surfaces, Valerie Goss and Marya Lieberman, Langmuir. Manuscript in review
Binding DNA nanostructures on surfaces for microelectronic applications, Valerie Goss and Marya Lieberman, The 39th Annual Meeting, The National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, Washington, D.C., September 28, 2012.
DNA Origami binding kinetics on mica and silicon surfaces, Valerie Goss and Marya Lieberman, The 244th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia PA, August 22, 2012.
Demonstrating a portable AFM for real-time imaging and learning about DNA, http://erc.nd.edu/blogs/vgoss/2009/11/09/ivy-tech-nanotechnology-workshop/#comments The Ivy Tech Nanotechnology Workshop, Ivy Tech College, South Bend, IN, October 09, 2009.
Structure Determination and Infrared Spectroscopy of K(UO2)(SO4)(OH)(H2O) and K(UO2)(SO4)(OH) Tori Z. Forbes, Valerie Goss, Meha Jain, and Peter C. Burns; Inorganic Chemistry, 2007, 46 (17), pp 7163–7168.
Member, American Chemical Society
Member, (NOBCChE) The National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
Memberm, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society