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Anthony B. Brennan

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Professor Ronald Baney    University of Florida    Gainesville, FL   
Professor J. DeSimone    University of North Carolina/
North Carolina State University    Chapel Hill, NC   
Professor M. E. Callow    University of Birmingham    UK   
Professor J. A. Callow    University of Birmingham    UK   
Professor R. Oréfice    Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais    Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil   
Professor G. Swain    Florida Institute of Technology    Melbourne, FL   
Professor P. Holloway    University of Florida    Gainesville, FL   
Professor Thomas Mareci    University of Florida    Gainesville, FL   
Professor K. B. Wagener    University of Florida    Gainesville, FL   
Professor J. Reynolds    University of Florida    Gainesville, FL   
Professor A. E. Clark    University of Florida    Gainesville, FL   
Professor J. Mecholsky    University of Florida    Gainesville, FL   
Professor Celia Smith    University of Hawaii    Honolulu, HI   
Dr. Keith Osaki    University of Florida    Gainesville, FL   
Dr. Helen Dalton    University of South Wales    Australia   

Our collaborators represent researchers from the highest regarded and published groups in the world. Our group is always interested in collaborations that expand the science and engineering of bioactive interfaces for specific functions. We believe that all collaborations should be beneficial to all parties including those who can benefit the most from our scientific pursuits. We wish to personally thank all of our collaborators for past, current and future work.

For more information, please contact Anthony Brennan.

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