Michael J. Bogan
Michael J. Bogan
Staff Scientist, Ultrafast Bioimaging
PULSE Institute, SLAC,
2575 Sand Hill Road, MS 59
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Scientist in task E.4. - Coherent Imaging of Non-Periodic Structure (Bogan).
- Biological imaging with fourth-generation light sources
- First method and apparatus for imaging free nanoscale biomaterials with ultrafast X-ray lasers
- First measurements of aerodynamically focused nanoparticle beams by single particle charge detection
- First ultrafast X-ray scattering measurements of flame-generated and dry powder dispersed aerosols
- Single particle X-ray diffractive imaging
- Single particle aerosol mass spectrometry
- Ion mobility sample characterization and purification for X-ray diffractive imaging
- Soft ionization of biomolecules – electrospray and matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization
- Piezoelectric microparticle generation, manipulation and electrodynamic balance levitation
- Co-invented wall-less sample preparation
- Ion/molecule reactions in laser generated plumes
- Peptide mass mapping for membrane protein structural analysis
- Gas-phase vs. solution-phase properties of non-covalent complexes via ion trap mass spectrometry
- LLNL Physics and Advanced Technologies Directorate Award: FLASH imaging (10/2006)
- LLNL Medical Physics and Biophysics Division Award: Mentoring (05/2006)
- LLNL Science and Technology Award: Contribution to BioAerosol Mass Spectrometer (09/2005)
- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Postdoctoral Fellow (2004-2006)
- Swiss National Science Foundation Travel Award (02/2004)
- Top Analytical Chemistry PhD Student: Canadian Society for Chemistry (05/2004)
- Simon Fraser University (SFU) President’s PhD Research Stipend (09/2003)
- Canadian Society for Mass Spectrometry Travel Award (06/2003)
- NSERC Post-graduate B Scholarship (2002-2004)
- Harrison Graduate Scholarship, SFU Chemistry Department (01/2002)
- PhD Graduate Research Fellowship, SFU Chemistry Department (01/2002)
- NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award (05/1999)