John Chasse

John Chasse is the Managing Editor of Spectroscopy and LCGC. Direct correspondence to:


Examining Pathogen-Induced Morphomolecular Divergence in Tumor-Derived Cells with Raman Spectroscopy: An Interview with Clara Craver Award Winner Ishan Barman

October 03, 2023

The Coblentz Society created the Clara Craver Award to recognize young individuals who have made significant contributions in applied analytical vibrational spectroscopy. The work may include any aspect of infrared (IR), terahertz (THz), or Raman spectroscopy in applied analytical vibrational spectroscopy. This year’s recipient, Ishan Barman, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University with joint appointments in Oncology and Radiology and Radiological Science.

Fabrication of Electrophoretic Microdevices for Fluorescence Detection: An Interview with AES Lifetime Achievement Award Winner James P. Landers

September 29, 2023

The AES Lifetime Achievement Award is given for exceptional career contributions to the fields of electrophoresis, electrokinetics, and related areas. This year’s recipient, James Landers of the University of Virginia, recently published (along with his colleagues) a paper illustrating a technique for fabricating electrophoretic microdevices for fluorescence detection.

An Interview with 2023 Strock Award Recipient Maria Montes-Bayón

September 20, 2023

Earlier this year, Spectroscopy spoke to Maria Montes-Bayón of the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Oviedo (Asturias, Spain) regarding her work with single cell inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) to study the uptake and apoptotic status of nanoplatinum (IV) treated cells, specifically selenized yeast.

Fluorescence Microscopy: A Conversation with Joseph Black Award Winner Mathew Horrocks

July 20, 2023

Mathew Horrocks, the 2023 recipient of The Joseph Black Prize, shares his thoughts about his current work developing and using single-molecule and super-resolution microscopy techniques to study amyloid oligomers and their commonality regarding a variety of neurodegenerative disorders.