Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry


Dragan Isailovic, PhD
Office: BO1086F
Phone: (419) 530-5523
Fax: (419) 530-4033

Professional Background:
Dipl. in Phy. Chemistry 1998: University of Belgrade
Ph.D. 2005: Iowa State University
Postdoctoral Fellow, 2006-08: Indiana University  

Research Details

Research Synopsis:
The development of new experimental tools of bioanalytical and biophysical chemistry is of the utmost importance to understand how each molecule plays its role in biological systems. In general, I am interested in developing hyphenated imaging, separation, and mass spectrometry methods for analysis of proteins, glycans, and other biomolecules. More specifically, my research group will combine light microscopy and spectroscopy, separation techniques, mass spectrometry, and biotechnology for analysis of biomolecules in cells and tissues. Developed methodologies would be applied for qualitative and quantitative studies of biological systems and disease diagnosis.

Last Updated: 5/27/20