Francisco Raymo

Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-2639
Locator Code:
0431

 
Career

Education

1997-1999Post Doctoral University of California , Los Angeles
1996-1997Post Doctoral University of Birmingham ( UK )
1996Ph.D. University of Birmingham (UK)
Research
My current research program combines chemical synthesis, spectroscopic analysis and fluorescence microscopy with the ultimate goal of developing chemical probes for imaging and sensing applications.

Publications

Y. Zhang, K.-H. Song, S. Tang, L. Ravelo, J. Cusido, C. Sun, H. F. Zhang, F. M. Raymo Far-Red Photoactivatable BODIPYs for the Super-Resolution Imaging of Live Cells 12741–12745140 (J. Am. Chem. Soc.. 2018).


Y. Zhang, S. Tang, E. R. Thapaliya, L. Sansalone, F. M. Raymo Fluorescence Activation with Switchable Oxazines 8799–880954 (Chem. Commun.. 2018).


L. Sansalone, S. Tang, J. Garcia-Amorós, Y. Zhang, S. Nonell, J. D. Baker, B. Captain and F. M. Raymo A Photoactivatable Far-Red/Near-Infrared BODIPY to Monitor Cellular Dynamics in Vivo 1347–13533 (ACS Sens.. 2018).


E. R. Thapaliya, Y. Zhang, P. Dhakal, A. S. Brown, J. N. Wilson, K. M. Collins, F. M. Raymo Bright and Compact Macromolecular Probes for Bioimaging Applications 105070P-1–510507 (Proc. SPIE. 2018).


S. Tang, Y. Zhang, P. Dhakal, L. Ravelo, C. L. Anderson, K. M. Collins, F. M. Raymo Photochemical Barcodes 4485–4488140 (J. Am. Chem. Soc.. 2018).


X. Liu, Y. Zhang, J. D. Baker, F. M. Raymo A Photoactivatable Light Tracer 12714–127195 (J. Mater. Chem.. 2017).


N. Aibani, P. Fontoura da Costa, J. Masterson, N. Marino, F. M. Raymo, J. Callan, B. Callan The Integration of Triggered Drug Delivery with Real Time Quantification Using FRET; Creating a Super 'Smart' Drug Delivery System 136–144264 (J. Control. Rel.. 2017).


E. R. Thapaliya, F. M. Raymo, J. Garcia-Amorós Inorg. Chim. Acta 82–190468 (Fluorescence Activation with the Plasmonic Assistance of Silver Nanoparticles. 2017).


X. Ma, F. Tao, Y. Zhang, T. Li, F. M. Raymo, Y. Cui Detection of Nitroaromatic Explosives by 3D Hyperbranched – Conjugated Polymer on the Basis of the POSS Scaffold 14343–143545 (J. Mater. Chem.. 2017).


K. Li, Y. Zhang, B. Qiao, F. Tao, T. Li, Y. Ding, F. M. Raymo, Y. Cui RSC Adv. 30229–302417 (Facile Fabrication of AIE/AIEE-Active Fluorescent 1 Nanoparticles Based on Barbituric for Cell Imaging Applications. 2017).


E. R. Thapaliya, Y. Zhang, P. Dhakal, A. S. Brown, J. N. Wilson, K. M. Collins, F. M. Raymo Bioimaging with Macromolecular Probes Incorporating Multiple BODIPY Fluorophores 1519–152828 (Bioconjugate Chem.. 2017).


E. R. Thapaliya, J. Garcia-Amorós, S. Nonell, B. Captain, F. M. Raymo Structural Implications on the Excitation Dynamics of Fluorescent 3H-Indolium Cations 11904–1191319 (Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.. 2017).


A. Pietropaolo, S. Tang, F. M. Raymo Free-Energy Predictions and Absorption Spectra Calculations for Supramolecular Nanocarriers and Their Photoactive Cargo 4989–49949 (Nanoscale. 2017).


E. R. Thapaliya, C. Fowley, B. Callan, S. Tang, Y. Zhang, J. F. Callan, F. M. Raymo Probing the Intracellular Fate of Supramolecular Nanocarriers and Their Cargo with FRET Schemes 10078B-1–810078 (Proc. SPIE. 2017).


Y. Zhang, S. Tang, L. Sansalone, E. R. Thapaliya, J. D. Baker, F. M. Raymo Supramolecular Delivery of Photoactivatable Fluorophores in Developing Embryos 10078A-1–610078 (Proc. SPIE. 2017).


Y. Zhang, S. Tang, E. R. Thapaliya, F. M. Raymo Highlighting Cancer Cells with Macromolecular Probes 1007814-1–610078 (Proc. SPIE. 2017).


S. Tang, Y. Zhang, E. R. Thapaliya, A. Brown, J. N. Wilson, F. M. Raymo Highlighting Cancer Cells with Halochromic Switches 92–1012 (ACS Sensors. 2017).


Fluorescence Patterning with Mild Illumination in Polymer Films of Photocleavable Oxazines 1179–11835 (J. Mater. Chem. C. ).