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P Thomas Vernier

P Thomas Vernier


RESEARCH PROFESSOR

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442 RESEARCH PARK II
NORFOLK, VA 23529

Email: pvernier@odu.edu

Phone: 757-683-7046

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  • Articles

    Sözer, E. B., Pocetti, C. F., and Vernier, T. (2018). Asymmetric patterns of small molecule transport after nanosecond and microsecond electropermeabilization. The Journal of Membrane Biology, 251 (2), pp. 197-210.
    Sabuncu, A. C., Stacey, M. W., Craviso, G. L., Semenova, N., Vernier, T., Leblanc, N., Chatterjee, I., and Zaklit, J. (2018). Dielectric properties of isolated adrenal chromaffin cells determined by microfluidic impedance spectroscopy. Bioelectrochemistry, 119, pp. 84-91.
    Sözer, E. B., Pocetti, C. F., and Vernier, T. (2018). Transport of charged small molecules after electropermeabilization - drift and diffusion. BMC Biophysics, 11, pp. 11.
    Fernández, M. L., Risk, M. R., and Vernier, T. (2017). Electropore formation in mechanically constrained phospholipid bilayers. Journal of Membrane Biology pp. 1-9.
    Merla, C., Apollonio, F., Paffi, A., Marino, C., Vernier, T., and Liberti, M. (2017). Monopole patch antenna for in vivo exposure to nanosecond pulsed electric fields. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 55 (7), pp. 1073-1083.
    Castellani, F., Teissié, J., and Vernier, T. (2017). Permeabilizing phospholipid bilayers with non-normal electric fields. The Journal of Membrane Biology
    Sözer, E. B., Levine, Z. A., and Vernier, T. (2017). Quantitative limits on small molecule transport via the electropermeome - measuring and modeling single nanosecond perturbations. Scientific Reports, 7 (1), pp. 57.
    Yang, L., Craviso, G. L., Vernier, T., Chatterjee, I., and Leblanc, N. (2017). Nanosecond electric pulses differentially affect inward and outward currents in patch clamped adrenal chromaffin cells. PLOS ONE, 12 (7), pp. 1-20.
    Marracino, P., Castellani, F., Vernier, T., Liberti, M., and Apollonio, F. (2017). Geometrical Characterization of an Electropore from Water Positional Fluctuations. The Journal of Membrane Biology, 250 (1), pp. 11--19.
    S\"ozer, Esin B., Wu, Y., Romeo, S., and Vernier, T. (2017). Nanometer-Scale Permeabilization and Osmotic Swelling Induced by 5-ns Pulsed Electric Fields. The Journal of Membrane Biology, 250 (1), pp. 21--30.
  • Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

    Vernier, T.; Guo, S. "Hydroxyl Radical Generation and Dendritic Cell Activation" $248,403. Commercial. July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018
    Vernier, T. "Nanoelectropulse-Induced Changes In Cell Excitability: A Molecular Mechanism For Membrane Depolarization" $25,000. Federal. June 15, 2016 - June 14, 2017