McMaster University

McMaster University



John Brennan

John Brennan, PhD

Associate Member
Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences

Associate Professor- Chemistry

232 A.N. Bourns Science Building
McMaster University
905-521-2100 ext. 27033

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  • Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • Optical Biosensors

Our goal is to develop solid-phase affinity-based assays suitable for: 1) high-throughput screening of complex small molecule mixtures against immobilized protein targets and; 2) biosensing of toxins and patogens. Our research encompasses the development of new sol-gel methods for protein immobilization, evaluation of entrapped protein performance, and the design of new devices and assay formats for sensing and HTS.

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