Doug Daniel is a manager in the ASU Ultrafast Laser Facility. This shared research resource provides advanced laser technologies and instruments for time-resolved spectroscopic and imaging measurements to observe chemical reactions in real time with temporal resolution down to the femtosecond time scale, and spatial resolution and sensitivity to the point where single molecule signals are detectable.
In addition Doug works in the Eyring Materials Center where he helps maintain and train users for a variety of instuments/techniques including Raman spectroscopy and x-ray powder diffraction . (EMC) The EMC is a multidisciplinary core facility that focusses on materials analysis, including biological samples, as well as materials synthesis, processing, and even high-pressure synthesis.
Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, University of Idaho, 1996
B.S., Chemistry, University of Southern Mississippi, 1990
Certified Training Courses
2012 Level 1 Certificate in Machining, Mesa Community College, AZ
2008: Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning Course, National Instruments.
2008: LabVIEW Instrument Control, National Instruments.
2007 Advanced Assembly Management with Pro ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0, PTC University
2006 Introduction to Pro ENGINEER/Wildfire 3.0, PTC University.
2006: LabVIEW Basics II, National Instruments.
2006: LabVIEW Basics I, National Instruments.
(2017) Rapid Detection of a Dengue Virus RNA Sequence with Single Molecule Sensitivity Using Tandem Toehold-Mediated Displacement Reactions, M. Guo, D. Daniel, H. Y. Zou, S. Jiang, S. Lin, C. Z. Huang, S. Hecht, S. Chen, submitted to J. Am Chem Soc.
(2015) Study of a two species microbial community by an inferential comparative genomic analysis tool: Spatial Analytical Microbial Imaging, P. Zhang, P. Valverde, D. C. Daniel, P. Fox, MethodsX, 2: 331-339.
(2010) High-Throughput Screening in Two Dimensions: Binding Intensity and Off-Rate on a Peptide Microarray, M.P. Greving, P. Belcher, C. Cox, D. Daniel, C. W. Diehnelt, N. W. Woodbury, Anal. Biocem., 402(1) 93-95.
(2006) Microsecond Time Scale Rotation Measurements of Single F1ATPase Molecules, D. Speltzer, J. York, D. Daniel, R. Fromme, D. Lowry, W. Frasch; Biochem., 45, 3117-3124.
(2005) A Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer-Based Probe to Monitor Nucleosome Structure, D. Lovullo, D. Daniel, J. Yodh, D. Lohr, N.W. Woodbury; Anal. Biochem., 341, 165-172.
(2005) Holliday Junction Dynamics and Branch Migration - Single Molecule Analysis, M. Karymov, D. Daniel, O. Sankey, and Y. Lyubchenko; Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci.,102, 8186-8191.
(2003) Development of a Fluorescent Probe for the Study of Nucleosome Assembly and Dynamics; J. Babendure, P.A. Lidell, R. Bash, D. Lovullo, T.K. Schiefer, M. Williams, D.C. Daniel, M. Thompson, A.K.W. Taguchi, D. Lohr, & N.W. Woodbury, Anal. Biochem., 317, 1-11.
(2002) Characterization of DNA-Binding Interactions and Conformational Fluctuations of Tc3 Transposase with Single Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy; D.C. Daniel, M. Thompson & N.W. Woodbury, Biophys. J., 82, 1654-1666.
(1999) Fluorescence Intensity Fluctuations of Individual Labeled DNA Fragments and a DNA Binding Protein in Solution at the Single Molecule Level: A Comparison of Photobleaching, Diffusion, and Binding Dynamics; D.C, Daniel, M.J. Thompson, and N.W. Woodbury, J. Phys. Chem B., 104, 1383-1390.
(1997) Intensity Perturbations from Vibrational Resonance Coupling in the Raman Spectrum of a Binary Liquid Mixture; D.C. Daniel and J.L. McHale, J. Chem. Phys., 106, 1699-1708 .
(1997) A Study of Hydrogen Bonding in CHCl3/DMSO-d6 and CDCl3/DMSO-h6 Mixtures, D.C. Daniel and J.L. McHale; J. Phys. Chem A., 101, 3070-3077.
(1993) Resonance Raman Study of Solvent Effects on a Series of Triarylmethane Dyes, D. C. Daniel, Horst B. Lueck, and J.L. McHale; J. Raman Spectrosc., 24, 363-370.
Petuskey,William T*, Chang,Yung, Daniel,Douglas, Fromme,Petra, Gould,Ian R, Gust,John Devens, Lin,Su, Liu,Yan, Moore,Ana L, Moore,Thomas Andrew, Roberson,Robert Wayne, Vermaas,Willem F J, Wachter,Rebekka M, Webber,Andrew Neil, Wei,Qihuo, Woodbury,Neal Walter, Yan,Hao, Zenhausern,Frederic, Zenhausern,Frederic. Purchase of an Instrument for Ultrafast, Multidimensional Fluorescence Detection and Imaging. NSF-MPS-CHE(2/15/2006 - 1/31/2009).
Honors / Awards
NIH Individual National Research Service Award (HG00203-02) Jan. 1999 – Dec. 2000.