Professor Justin Gooding
Chief Investigator, Node Leader, Sensors and Diagnostics Theme Leader
University of New South Wales

Biography

Justin is a professor of chemistry and Co-Director of the Australian Centre for NanoMedicine. His research group specialises in the molecule level modification of surfaces using self-assembled monolayers, biological molecules and nanomaterials to impart a desired functionality to that surface, aiming to:

  • Selectively detect analytes for biosensors and diagnostics
  • Influence biological processes to develop biomaterials and nanotherapeutics
  • Allow efficient electrical communication with biological molecules
  • Enable fundamental studies into electron transfer at surfaces

Signature Projects

Professor Gooding is currently investigating within the following Signature Projects:

Featured Publications

Publication Year Authors
Simultaneous Impedance Spectroscopy and Live Cell Fluorescence Microscopy for the Real-Time Monitoring of How Mammalian Cells Respond to Soluble and Adhesive Cues 2017 M. Parviz, K. Gaus, J.J. Gooding
Towards Single Molecule Biosensors using Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy 2017 X. Lu, P. Nicovich, K. Gaus, J.J. Gooding
A conducting polymer with enhanced electronic stability applied in cardiac models 2016 Mawad, D.; Mansfield, C.; Lauto, A.; Perbellini, F.; Nelson, G.W.; Tonkin, J.; Bello, S.O.; Carrad, D.J.; Micolich, A.P.; Mahat, M.M.; Furman, J.; Payne, D.; Lyon, A.R.; Gooding, J.J.; Harding, S.E.; Terracciano, C.M.; Stevens, M.M.
Pair correlation microscopy reveals the role of nanoparticle shape in intracellular transport and site of drug release 2016 Hinde, E.; Thammasiraphop, K.; Duong, H.T.; Yeow, J.; Karagoz, B.; Boyer, C.; Gooding, J.J.; Gaus, K
Single-Molecule Sensors: Challenges and Opportunities for Quantitative Analysis 2016 Gooding, J. J; Gaus, K.

Collaborations