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Camelia Prodan

Prodan, Camelia
Associate Professor, Physics
480 Tiernan
About Me

Postdoctoral Experience: 2003-2005
University of California Santa Barbara
Advisor: Prof. D. Fygenson


PhD, Physics
University of Houston, 2003

Courses Taught

Physics 111

Research Interests
  • Live Cells and Vesicles
  • Microtubules
  • MTS and Diffusion
  • Biophysics
Selected Publications

Prodan E. & Prodan C., (2009). Topological phonon modes and their role in dynamic instability of microtubules. Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 248101

Bot C. & Prodan C., (2009). A quantification of E. Coli resting membrane potential changes as a function of cellular growth stage. Biophys. Chem J., 146 (2-3), 133
Prodan, C. & Bot, C.,(2009). Correcting the polarization effect in the very low frequency dielectric spectroscopy. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys., 42, 175505.
Bot, C. & Prodan, C. (2009). Probing the membrane potential of living cells by dielectric spectroscopy. E. Biophys. J.,38 (8), 1049
Prodan, E., Prodan, C., & Miller Jr., J. H. (2008). The dielectric response of spherical live cells in suspension: An analytic solution. Biophys. J., 95(9), 4174.
Ravidra, N. M., Prodan, C., Fnu, S., Padronl, I., & Sikha, S. K. (2007). Advances in the manufacturing types, and applications of biosensors. JOM, 59(12), 37.
Prodan, C., Mayo, F., Claycomb, J. R., Miller Jr., J. H., & Benedik, M. J. (2004). Low-frequency, low-field dielectric spectroscopy of living cell suspensions. J. of App. Phys., 95(7), 3754.
Claycomb, J. R., Prodan, C., Nawarathna, D., & Miller Jr., J. H. (2002). Nonlinear dielectric spectroscopy of living cell suspensions. Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology,1669
Prodan, C., Claycomb, J. R., Prodan, E., & Miller Jr., J. H. (2000). High-tc SQUID-based impedance spectroscopy of living cell suspensions. Physica C: Superconductivity and its Applications, 341,
Prodan, C., & Prodan, E. (1999). Dielectric behaviour of living cell suspensions. J. of Phys. D: Appl. Phys., 32(3), 335.