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Professor Cassandra Fraser recipient of the 2017 Alumni Association Distinguished Professor Award

Cassandra Fraser recipient of the 2017 Award for Excellence in Teaching

Luminescent Boron β-Diketonate Materials for Imaging and Sensing

Luminescent boron β-diketonate dyes are known for their intense fluorescence, 2-photon absorption, and environmentally sensitive emission. We discovered that they also display unusual optical properties in the solid state. Specifically, difluoroboron dibenzoylmethane-poly(lactic acid) analogues exhibit both intense fluorescence and long-lived room temperature phosphorescence. When fabricated as nanoparticles, these simple, dual-emissive biomaterials serve as optical probes […]

Professor Fraser elected as AAAS Fellow

University Academy of Teaching, Inaugural Member, 2011

Radcliffe Fellow, 2006-2007

Named a National Associate of the National Academies, 2004

Cavaliers’ Distinguished Teaching Professor, 2004-2006

3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award, 2001

Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow, 1999

Dupont Young Professor Award, 1999

Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), 1999

Cassandra Fraser and Richard Price receive nanoSTAR funding for oxygen sensor

Fraser laboratory discover light-emitting compounds

New Light-emitting Biomaterial Could Improve Tumor Imaging