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Adam Roger Hall, Ph.D.Wake Forest School of Medicine

Adam Roger Hall, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor,
Redox Biology & Medicine Ctr

Contact Information

Academic: 336-716-5384 | Department: 336-716-2011

Email: arhall@wakehealth.edu

Education & Training

  • B.S., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2002
  • Ph.D., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2007

Memberships

  • Biomedical Engineering Society
Adam Roger Hall, Ph.D.

Adam Roger Hall, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Redox Biology & Medicine Ctr
Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Contact Information

Academic: 336-716-5384 | Department: 336-716-2011

Email: arhall@wakehealth.edu

Recent Publications

Sequence-specific recognition of microRNAs and other short nucleic acids with solid-state nanopores. Zahid OK, Wang F, Ruzicka JA, Taylor EW, Hall AR.. Nano Lett. 2016;16(3):2033-2039.

Video-based force detection in optical tweezers to measure DNA translocation through SI-NX and lipid-coated nanopores [abstract]. Sischka A, Knust S, Galla L, Meyer AJ, Spiering A, Mayer M, Hall AR, Reimann P, Gall K, Anselmetti D.. Biophys J. 2016;110(3 Suppl 1):517A.

Solid-state nanopore detection of diverse nucleic acid biomarkers with drag-regulated nanopore translocation [abstract]. Zahid OK, Wang F, Ruzicka JA, Taylor EW, Hall AR.. Biophys J. 2016;110(3 Suppl 1):334A.

Quantifying mammalian genomic DNA hydroxymethylcytosine content using solid-state nanopores. Zahid OK, Zhao BS, He C, Hall AR.. Sci Rep. 2016;6():29565.

Nanopore analysis of single-stranded binding protein interactions with DNA. Marshall MM, Ruzicka J, Zahid OK, Henrich VC, Taylor EW, Hall AR.. Langmuir. 2015;31(15):4582-4588.

Controlled translocation of DNA through nanopores in carbon nano-, silicon-nitride- and lipid-coated membranes. Sischka A, Galla L, Meyer AJ, Spiering A, Knust S, Mayer M, Hall AR, Beyer A, Reimann P, Golzhauser A, Anselmetti D.. Analyst. 2015;140(14):4843-4847.

Ultra-thin tissue-tumor organoid microfluidic platforms for in vitro diagnostics [abstract]. Devarasetty M, Forsythe S, Soker S, Hall A, Skardal A.. Tissue Eng Part A. 2015;21(Suppl 1):S262-S263.

In situ patterned micro 3D liver constructs for parallel toxicology testing in a fluidic device. Skardal A, Devarasetty M, Soker S, Hall AR.. Biofabrication. 2015;7(3):031001.

Solid-state nanopore characterization of single-strand DNA-SSB interactions [abstract]. Marshall MM, Ruzicka J, Zahid OK, Taylor EW, Henrich VC, Hall AR.. Biophys J. 2015;108(2 Suppl 1):331A.

Solid-state nanopore detection of epigenetic DNA modifications [abstract]. Zahid OK, Wang F, Ruzicka JA, Taylor EW, Hall AR.. Biophys J. 2015;108(2 Suppl 1):481A.

Interpreting the conductance blockades of DNA translocations through solid-state nanopores. Carlsen AT, Zahid OK, Ruzicka J, Taylor EW, Hall AR.. ACS Nano. 2014;8(5):4754-4760.

Membrane thickness dependence of nanopore formation with a focused helium ion beam. Sawafta F, Carlsen AT, Hall AR.. Sensors (Basel). 2014;14(5):8150-8161.

Detecting DNA depurination with solid-state nanopores. Marshall MM, Ruzicka JA, Taylor EW, Hall AR.. PLoS One. 2014;9(7):e101632.

Solid-state nanopores and nanopore arrays optimized for optical detection. Sawafta F, Clancy B, Carlsen AT, Huber M, Hall AR.. Nanoscale. 2014;6(12):6991-6996.

Solid-state nanopore mapping of DNA with site-specific bound ligands [abstract]. Carlsen A, Zahid OK, Ruzicka J, Taylor EW, Hall AR.. Biophys J. 2014;106(2 Suppl 1):414A.

Solid-state nanopore analysis of small DNA molecules as a function of pH [abstract]. Marshall MM, Henrich VC, Hall AR.. Biophys J. 2014;106(2 Suppl 1):216A.

Hydrodynamic slip on DNA observed by optical tweezers-controlled translocation experiments with solid-state and lipid-coated nanopores. Galla L, Meyer AJ, Spiering A, Sischka A, Mayer M, Hall AR, Reimann P, Anselmetti D.. Nano Lett. 2014;14(7):4176-4182.

Selective detection and quantification of modified DNA with solid-state nanopores. Carlsen AT, Zahid OK, Ruzicka JA, Taylor EW, Hall AR.. Nano Lett. 2014;14(10):5488-5492.

A microfluidic platform for parallel analysis of in situ patterned 3-D liver organoids [abstract]. Skardal A, Devarasetty M, Atala A, Soker S, Hall A.. Tissue Eng Part A. 2014;20(Suppl 1):S68-S69.

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Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Adam Roger Hall, Ph.D.

Adam Roger Hall, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Redox Biology & Medicine Ctr
Institute for Regenerative Medicine

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