Charles Henry

Faculty, CSU Chemistry Department Center for Environmental Medicine

00 Chemistry

970-491-2852

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About Charles

Dr. Henry’s research focuses on new bioanalytical and environmental measurement tools such as the use of new Lab-on-a-Chip chemistry which will reduce the steps of a traditional chemical assay to a single device the size of a credit card. Related to toxicology, these methods can help understand the mechanisms associated with aerosol toxicity. The tools enhance the detection of metabolic changes that occur in the use of chemotherapy as a way to provide feedback on reoccurrence of tumors in cancer research.


                
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