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Nathaniel Green

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Nathaniel Green

green66@nsuok.edu

  • Assistant Professor
    Chemistry Broken Arrow

Office Location

  • Broken Arrow
    Broken Arrow Science & Health 225
    (918) 449-6477

Bio

Dr. Nathan Green is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the Department of Natural Science at Northeastern State University where he studies engineered nanoparticle assemblies. Dr. Greens current research is focused on the photophysics of gold nanorod and dye-doped silica nanoparticle aggregates with potential applications in light harvesting and bio-imaging. Prior to joining the Department, Dr. Green served as a AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow at the United States Department of State where he worked on bioterrorism issues in West Africa and Afghanistan. His areas of expertise include nanotechnology, instrumental analysis, analytical chemistry and organic chemistry. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow conducting Bionanotechnology Research at Marshall University in West Virginia, holds a B.S. in Biophysical Chemistry from the University of Arkansas, and holds a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Green is a Tulsa native and graduate of Union High School. In addition to teaching and research, Dr. Green enjoys spending time with his family, roasting coffee, running, and biking.

Education:

  • PhD, Organic Chemistry, University of Oklahoma, 2013
  • BS, Biophysical Chemistry, University of Arkansas, 2008
Nanotechnology
Organic Chemistry, Nanomaterials, Synthesis, Microscopy, Self-assembly

Performances:

  • March 2018 - March 2018, Art - Exhibition, One-Person, (Broken Arrow, OK)
  • April 2017 - , Art - Exhibition, One-Person, (Broken Arrow, OK)

Intellectual Content:

  • DNA Origami Reorganizes upon Interaction with Graphite: Implications for High-Resolution DNA Directed Protein Patterning (Journal Article, Academic Journal), Application, Published, 2016
  • Layered graphene-mica substrates induce melting of DNA origami (Journal Article, Professional Journal), Discovery, Published, 2018

Presentations:

  • Controlled Synthesis of Monodisperse Silica Nanoparticles - NSU Undergraduate Research Day - Tahlequah, OK - April 2017
  • DNA-mediated nanomaterial engineering - Northeast Oklahoma Regional Alliance (NORA) Annual Conference - Tahlequah, OK - October 2018
  • Immersive Learning at Northeastern State University: A Dialogue. - Oklahoma Research Day - Enid, Oklahoma - March 2018
  • Immersive Learning at Northeastern State University: A Dialogue. - Oklahoma Research Day - Enid, Oklahoma - March 2018

Courses Taught:

  • ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LECTURE - CHEM 3123 - Summer 2020
  • ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LECTURE - CHEM 3223 - Summer 2020