Christopher Heist

PhD, Analytical Chemistry, Oregon State University: Corvallis, OR
MS, Analytical Chemistry, Bucknell University: Lewisburg, PA
BS, Chemistry, Lycoming College: Williamsport, PA

Research Expertise
Analytical Chemistry, GC/MS, GCxGC/MS, Microfluidics, MEMS, Low-Cost Diagnostics, Chem/Bio Sensors, Volatile Organic Compound Detection and Profiling, Biomanufacturing, Environmental Monitoring, Explosives Detection

Selected Publications
Lotfi, A., Heist, C. A., Warren, A., Navaei, M., & Hesketh, P. J. (2019, 27-30 Oct. 2019). Platinum Balanced Cantilever-based Thermal Conductivity Detector for Gas Chromatography Application. Paper presented at the 2019 IEEE SENSORS.

Heist, C. A., Bandara, G. C., Bemis, D. J., Pommerenck, J. C., & Remcho, V. T. (2018). New paper-based microfluidic tools for the analysis of blood serum protein and creatinine built via aerosolized deposition of polycaprolactone. Analytical Methods, 10(25), 2994-3000. doi:10.1039/C8AY00981C

Bandara, G. C., Heist, C. A., & Remcho, V. T. (2018). Chromatographic Separation and Visual Detection on Wicking Microfluidic Devices: Quantitation of Cu2+ in Surface, Ground, and Drinking Water. Analytical Chemistry, 90(4), 2594-2600. doi:10.1021/acs.analchem.7b04087

Saltzgaber, G., Wojcik, P. M., Sharf, T., Leyden, M. R., Wardini, J. L., Heist, C. A., . . . Minot, E. D. (2013). Scalable graphene field-effect sensors for specific protein detection. Nanotechnology, 24(35), 355502. doi:10.1088/0957-4484/24/35/355502

Professional Activities
Alpha Chi Sigma
American Chemical Society

Christopher Heist

Research Scientist II

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