Dr. McLamore specializes in the development and application of physiological sensors for bioenvironmental, agricultural, and biomedical research. Ongoing interdisciplinary research includes bioregenerative life support systems, space biology, wastewater treatment, ecotoxicology, rhizosphere-root transport, biofuels, and biomedical applications such as epilepsy, diabetes, and cancer.
Impedance biosensor for the rapid detection of Listeria spp. based on aptamer functionalized Pt-interdigitated microelectrodes array
Effect of platinum nanoparticle deposition parameters on hydrogen peroxide transduction for applications in wearable electrochemical glucose biosensors
Rapid detection of listeria spp. using an internalin A aptasensor based on carbon-metal nanohybrid structures
A difference imaging technique for monitoring real-time changes in morphology within the cell, tissue, and organism spatial domain
Oxygen flux as an indicator of physiological stress in aquatic organisms: a real-time biomonitoring system of water quality