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Dr. Luo’s research interests are in the interdisciplinary areas of microbiology and nanotechnology, focusing on the study of the antimicrobial applications and detection of bacterial species via the use of nanomaterials such as nanoparticles and nanotubes.
In addition to his work at Sherman, he also holds an Adjunct
Assistant Professor position in the Department of Biological Science at Clemson
His areas of interest include the following:
Antimicrobial activity using nanotechnology with carbon nanotubes
Fluorescent imaging using nanomaterials for location and surgery for cancers
Nutri-ceuticals - including adding more nutrients, increasing self life by eliminating bacteria
Understanding chiropractic technique and becoming more educated about chiropractic research
Dr. John Hart is also a program committee member for the South Carolina Upstate Research Symposium. His research interests include:
Reliability of tests for subluxation
Outcomes research on tests for the neurological interference component of the vertebral subluxation
Ecological research (i.e., correlation of natural background radiation and= cancer mortality)
Dr. Lafayette Briggs's areas of interest include the following:
Stereoscopic digital imaging for precise x-y-z coordinate mapping for describing
Measuring sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system by pupil response to spinal adjustments for more effective technique