Many thanks to everyone who came to the seminar yesterday and especially to Dr. Mariscal, Dean of the School, for the recognition as Distinguished Visitor. More information about the seminar and the event can be found at https://www.fcq.unc.edu.ar/content/node/5608. Needless to say, it is super nice to be back in my alma mater!! …
- Faculty Fellow, Clemson University, Office of Faculty ADVANCEment
- Faculty Scholar, CU School of Health Research
- Co-Editor in Chief and Member of the Editorial Board, Electrophoresis
- Associate Editor and Member of the Editorial Board, Sensors and Diagnostics
- Associate Editor and Member of the Editorial Board, Nature Scientific Reports
Dr. Garcia received his B.S. in Biochemistry and Ph.D. in Chemistry from the National University of Cordoba (Argentina) in 1996 and 2001, respectively. During that period of time, he was a TA for the INFIQC/Department of Physical Chemistry and taught several courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. From 2002 to 2004, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Mississippi State University and Colorado State University under the supervision of Dr. W. Wilson and Dr. Charles Henry, respectively. In September of 2004, he joined the faculty at The University of Texas at San Antonio as an Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry. He was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2010 and to Professor in 2014. In Aug 2015, he joined Clemson University. In 2018 he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. His group is focused on the study of interactions of proteins with nanostructured surfaces and their use in analytical chemistry. Additionally, he is developing microfluidic devices to monitor biologically active compounds. Dr. Garcia is engaged in various professional activities which provide opportunities to recruit graduate students and to inform the public about the chemistry program at Clemson. These include the presentation of seminars at colleges and universities, and the presentation of posters at national and international meetings. At present, Dr. Garcia directs the thesis research of two chemistry graduate students (Ph.D. program). Dr. Garcia also has a substantial research program with undergraduates students, which complements and supports the research of graduate students. The outcomes of the research activities have been presented and recognized at national and international scientific meetings and are regularly published in peer-refereed journals, all of which have students as coauthors. His research has received support from the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, National Agency for Space and Aeronautics, and the Office of Naval Research.