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Scott Trocchia

The George Washington University

Scott Trocchia

The George Washington University

Scott Trocchia's research expands upon an electronic-based single-molecule technology to more efficiently diagnose infectious diseases. This technology uses electron transport to sense DNA hybridization and rivals fluorescence-based approaches, which use less efficient photons for sensing instead. A patent exists for the specific application of the sensing element.

Scott holds a BS and MS in Computer Engineering, both from The George Washington University, and is working towards his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University.