Nolan Lab

Principal Investigator: John P. Nolan, PhD  

email: jnolan at scintillon dot org

Research Focus: Research in the Nolan lab is focused on using quantitative measurement tools for the multiplexed and multiparameter measurement of cells and molecules. We integrate chemistry, nanoengineering, and instrument development to develop approaches that have a broad range of applications in biology and medicine. Our current biological targets include the antigen-specific immune responses to vaccination and infection, ligand-receptor interactions on and in cells, and cell-derived membrane vesicles that are shed and secreted from cells. For more information about ongoing projects, please click on the links below:

Multiplexed Molecular Analysis
Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Cytometry
Single Nanoparticle Analysis
Spectral Flow Cytometry

Latest News

In 2013, The National Institute of Biological Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) of National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded more than $6.4 million for the continuation of the Bioengineering Research Partnership (BRP) Raman Flow Cytometry for Drug Discovery and Diagnostics.

This  multidisciplinary effort is led by Scintillon's Institute Professor John Nolan....

We are extremely excited to welcome Professor Nolan to the Scintillon Team! Dr. Nolan is bringing his lab from the La Jolla Bioengineering Institute to join our Scintillon team.  His research focus on cytometry will add an exciting new dimension to the research possibilities at the Scintillon Institute.