Daniel received his B.S. in Chemistry from Stony Brook University in 2012. After graduating, he worked in the industry for 3 years before returning for graduate work at Brooklyn College. While working towards his M.A. in Chemistry, he was invited to join CUNY’s Ph.D. program. He is currently working in Adam Braunschweig’s group researching nanolithography techniques.
A.M. Wong, D.J. Valles, C. Carbonell, C.L. Chambers, A.Y. Rozenfeld, R.W. Aldasooky, and A.B. Braunschweig, Controlled-Height Brush Polymer Patterns via Surface-Initiated Thiol-Methacrylate Photopolymerizations, ACS Macro Lett., 2019, 8, 1474.
D.J. Valles, Y. Naeem, A.Y. Rozenfeld, R.W. Aldasooky, A.M. Wong, C. Carbonell, D.R. Mootoo, and A.B. Braunschweig, Multivalent binding of concanavalin A on variable-density mannoside microarrays, Faraday Discuss., 2019.