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Michele Martin (Fed)

Michele Martin is an NRC postdoctoral research associate in the magnetic imaging group at NIST. She is a physical chemist who received her Ph.D. at the University of California, Davis. Her thesis work consisted of using low field, single-sided NMR to detect the spoilage of tomato paste that has been stored in 55 gallon, aluminum lined bins. Michele started at NIST in October 2018 and plans to contribute to the magnetic imaging group by working on low field imaging and spectroscopy.

Current Research Projects:

  • Low field magnetic imaging and spectroscopy including relaxometry and DNP dosimetry.
  • Low Field, Single-sided imaging.

Selected Publications

Martin, M. N., Newman, T., Zhang, M., Sun, L. D., Yan, C. H., Liu, G. Y., & Augustine, M. P. (2018). Using NMR Relaxometry to Probe Yb3+–Er3+ Interactions in Highly Doped Nanocrystalline NaYF4 Nanostructures. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 123(1), 10-16.

Publications

Development and Evaluation of Bluetooth Low-Energy Device for Electronic Encounter Metrics

Author(s)
Katy Keenan, Joe Aumentado, Harold Booth, Kimberly Briggman, Mikail Kraft-Molleda, Michele Martin, Rene Peralta, Angela Robinson, Krister Shalm, Michelle Stephens, Emily Townsend, Sae Woo Nam
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic led to the need for tracking of physical contacts and potential exposure to disease. Traditional contact
Created August 1, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021