Daniel H. Reich received his PhD in 1988 from the University of Chicago. His research is in the areas of experimental condensed matter physics and biological physics. Current areas of interest include studies of cell and tissue mechanics and cellular mechanotransduction using techniques based on magnetic nanoparticles and microfabricated systems, the physics of materials for organic electronics, and the dynamics of inclusions in and the microrheology of active matter and complex fluids.
Daniel H. Reich
Research Interests: Experimental condensed matter physics; biological physics
Education: PhD, University of Chicago