Dr. Levy investigates the physics of individual biomolecules, like DNA, in nanofabricated fluidic structures. He is interested in the application of nanofluidic technology to biological analysis and as a biosensing platform.
Dr. Levy received his bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of Richmond in 1997 and a doctorate in physics from the University of California-Santa Barbara in 2003. From 2006 to 2010, Levy was a research associate at Cornell University. He joined the Department of Physics at Binghamton University in the fall of 2010.
- PhD, University of California at Santa Barbara
- Biophysics and Nanofluidics