Path to Professorship Fellows

Current PTP Fellows


Golsa Mirbagheri, Ph.D.  Golsa_M

  

B.Sc., Information Technology, Azad University
M.Sc., Information Technology Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology
Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Clarkson University

Phone:(757) 727-5151

E-mail:golsa.mirbagheri@hamptonu.edu

Dr. Mirbagheri joined Hampton University as the Research Assistant Professor through the Hampton-Brandesis’ Partnership for Research and Education in Materials (PREM) as a Path to Professorship (PTP). She conducted postdoctoral research at Duke University under the guidance of Dr. David R. Smith. Her current research focuses on the optics and optoelectronic materials, device design, and micro/nanofabrication.  

 

Past PTP Fellows



Dr. ThomasCherrelle Thomas, Ph.D.

B.S, Chemical Engineering, Howard University
MSE, Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin

Phone: (757) 727-5593
E-mail: cherrelle.thomas@hamptonu.edu

Dr. Thomas joined Hampton University through the Hampton-Brandesis’ (PREM) Partnership for Research and Education in Materials as a Path to Professorship (PTP). Her research is a collaboration between all three PREM Thrusts. Specifically, Cherrelle focuses on the spectroscopy of rare earth-doped perovskites and the engineering of opto-active polymeric materials and composites.  

 

 


Ikemefuna J. Uba, Ph.D.   Ikem Professional

B.Sc., Physics and Astronomy, University of Nigeria Nuskka (Nigeria)
Ph.D, Physics(Condensed Matter), Nnamdi Azikiwe University (Nigeria)
Ph.D, Electrical Engineering, Howard Univeristy

Phone: (757) 727-5151
E-mail: ikemefuna.uba@hamptonu.edu

Dr. Ikem joined Hampton University through Hampton-Brandesis’ (PREM) Partnership for Research and Education in Materials as a Path to Professorship (PTP). His research focuses on the study of silicon and III-V semiconductors along with mixed halide perovskites, metallohydrogel and polymeric materials for optofludic applications. His research is a collaboration between all three PREM Thrusts.

 

 


Samuel C. Uba, Ph.D.

B.S., Physics Alabama A&M UniversitySamuel Picture
MSc., Applied Physics Alabama A&M University
Ph.D. Applied Physics Alabama A&M University

Phone: (757) 727 5223
E-mail: samuel.uba@hamptonu.edu

Dr. Samuel Uba joined Hampton University through Hampton-Brandesis’ (PREM) Partnership for Research and Education in Materials as a Path to Professorship (PTP). His research is focuses on the study of optical spectroscopy of lanthanides and transitional metal-doped lead halide perovskites as optical gain media for lasing applications and synthesis of metallohydrogels for photo-responsive/photo-switchable applications.His research is a collaboration is between Thrusts 2 and 3.

 

 

 

 


 

Dr. Marcos Guerrero-MunozMarcos J. Guerrero-Munoz, Ph.D.

B.S., Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry at Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico)
MSc., Molecular Biology Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico)
Ph.D. in Morphology Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico)
Postdoctoral Training: University of Texas Medical Branch and Baylor College of Medicine 

Phone: (757) 728-6047
E-mail: marcos.guerreromunoz@hamptonu.edu

Dr. Marcos J. Guerrero-Munoz joined Hampton University through Hampton-Brandesis’ (PREM) Partnership for Research and Education in Materials as a Path to Professorship (PTP). His research is focused in the study of structural features of IDP in health and degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus... Read Bio »





 

Stefan Malone Cooper Jr. , Ph.D.

B.S., Chemistry, College of Charleston
PH.D., Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Louisiana State University
Postdoctoral Training:  University of Maryland, College Park 

Phone: (757) 728-6047
E-mail: stefan.cooper@hamptonu.edu

Stefan Malone Cooper Jr. is native of Sumter, South Carolina. He obtained a B.S. in chemistry from College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina and Ph.D. in synthetic organic chemistry from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His dissertation is entitled: “Trans-Positioning” carbons within strained caged bicyclic(s): ROM/RCM (Ring-opening/Ring-closing) metathesis and Dieckmann/retro-Dieckmann condensation routes to a cis-declain infrastructure.” Dr. Cooper conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland, under Dr. Herman O. Sintim. In January 2016, he joined Hampton-Brandesis’s (PREM) Partnership for Research and Education in Materials as a Path to Professorship (PTP) fellow. Current work is in developing photosensitive micelles for drug delivery application.