Lara Gamble

Research: Organofunctionalization of oxide surfaces with alkoxysilanes: model studies on TiO2(110)



  • The Adsorption and Reactions of Tetraethoxy Silane on Clean and Water-Dosed TiO2(110), L. Gamble, M. B. Hugenschmidt, C. T. Campbell, T. A. Jurgens and J. W. Rogers, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 115,12096-12105  (1993).
  • The Interaction of H2O with a TiO2(110) Surface, M. B. Hugenschmidt , L. Gamble and C.T. Campbell, Surface Sci., 302, 329-340 (1994).
  • The Interaction of Silane Coupling Agents with TiO2(110), L. Gamble, L. Jung and C. T. Campbell, Langmuir  11, 4505-4514, 1995.Decomposition and Hydrogenation of Surface Ethoxys on TiO2(110), L. Gamble, L. S. Jung, and C. T. Campbell, Surface Sci., 348, 1-16, 1996.
  • Organofunctionalization of TiO2(110): (3,3,3-Trifluoropropyl)-trimethoxysilane Adsorption, L. Gamble, M. A. Hendersen and C. T. Campbell, J. Phys. Chem. B102, 4536-4543, 1998.
  • Surface Characterization of Mixed Self-Assembled Monolayers Designed for Streptavidin Immobilization, K. E. Nelson, L. S. Jung, L. Gamble, M. Boeckl., E. Naeemi, S. L. Golledge, T. Sasaki, D. G. Castner, C. T. Campbell and P. Stayton, Langmuir 17, 2807-16, 2001.


  • 2014 winner of the AVS ASSD Peter Sherwood Mid-Career Award

Lara Gamble

Contact Info:

Position: Ph.D awarded 1995

NESAC/BIO Assistant Director,
& Assistant Research Professor


Department of Bioengineering
University of Washington

Box 351750
Seattle, WA 98195-1750

Phone: (206) 616-4173



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