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Travis Schlappi

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • Keck Graduate Institute
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Research interests

point-of-care diagnosticsantibiotic susceptibilitymicrofluidics

Co-authors (22)

  • Damien Kudela
  • Eugenia Khorosheva
  • Daan Witters

Publications (5)

  • Corrigendum to: Digital Quantification of DNA Replication and Chromosome Segregation Enables Determination of Antimicrobial Susceptibility after only 15 Minutes of Antibiotic Exposure (Angewandte Chemie International Edition, (2016), 55, 33, (9557-9561),

    • Schoepp N
    • Khorosheva E
    • Schlappi T
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  • Localization of Short-Chain Polyphosphate Enhances its Ability to Clot Flowing Blood Plasma

    • Yeon J
    • Mazinani N
    • Schlappi T
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  • Rapid pathogen-specific phenotypic antibiotic susceptibility testing using digital LAMP quantification in clinical samples.

    • Schoepp N
    • Schlappi T
    • Curtis M
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  • Digital Quantification of DNA Replication and Chromosome Segregation Enables Determination of Antimicrobial Susceptibility after only 15 Minutes of Antibiotic Exposure

    • Schoepp N
    • Khorosheva E
    • Schlappi T
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  • Flow-through Capture and in Situ Amplification Can Enable Rapid Detection of a Few Single Molecules of Nucleic Acids from Several Milliliters of Solution

    • Schlappi T
    • McCalla S
    • Schoepp N
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Keck Graduate Institute

September 2017 - Present

Education

Chemical Engineering, Ph.D.

California Institute of Technology

September 2012 - August 2017(5 years)

Chemical Engineering, B.S.

Brigham Young University

May 2007 - April 2011(4 years)