- Citation name: Servoss, S.
- Affiliation: University of Arkansas
- State: AR
- Country: USA
Dr. Shannon Servoss received her BS in Chemical Engineering from The University of Michigan, where she worked on the development of chip-based PCR in the laboratory of Dr. Mark Burns. She attended graduate school at Northwestern University. Her dissertation, titled Helical Peptoid Mimics of Lung Surfactant Protein B for Use in a Biomimetic Lung Surfactant Replacement for the Treatment of Respiratory Distress Syndrome, was completed under the advisement of Drs. Annelise Barron and Mark Johnson. Shannon completed a postdoctoral position at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory working with Drs. Richard Zangar and Cheryl Baird. Here she worked on utilizing single chain antibody fragments for ELISA microarray. Shannon joined the faculty at University of Arkansas in 2007, where she is an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and the Co-Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research. Her research group focuses on the design and characterization of peptoids for biomedical applications.