Dr. McLamore specializes in the development and application of physiological sensors for bioenvironmental, agricultural, and biomedical research. Ongoing interdisciplinary research includes bioregenerative life support systems, space biology, wastewater treatment, ecotoxicology, rhizosphere-root transport, biofuels, and biomedical applications such as epilepsy, diabetes, and cancer.
Biomimetic nanosensors for measuring pathogenic bacteria in complex food matrices (Conference Presentation)
Impedance biosensor for the rapid detection of Listeria spp. based on aptamer functionalized Pt-interdigitated microelectrodes array
Effect of platinum nanoparticle deposition parameters on hydrogen peroxide transduction for applications in wearable electrochemical glucose biosensors
Rapid detection of listeria spp. using an internalin A aptasensor based on carbon-metal nanohybrid structures
A difference imaging technique for monitoring real-time changes in morphology within the cell, tissue, and organism spatial domain
Oxygen flux as an indicator of physiological stress in aquatic organisms: a real-time biomonitoring system of water quality