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Jeffery Yarger

Jeff.Yarger@asu.edu

Professor
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Faculty
Mail Code: 1604

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building I Office - Room 481H (Map)
(480)727-9824

Bio

Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Office: ISTB1-470, Lab: ISTB1-L2-63
Phone: 623-565-9913, Lab: 480-965-3613 Fax: 480-965-2747

Education

Ph.D., Arizona State University, 1992

Research Areas

Biochemistry, inorganic and materials chemistry, physical chemistry

Research and Teaching Interests

Professor Yarger is director of the Magnetic Resonance Research Center. His research program is interested in understanding the role that local structure and dynamics plays in controlling the physical and mechanical properties of a wide range of technologically and biologically important, but disordered, materials. Systems currently under investigation include spider silk fibers and biopolymers, protein clusters, polyamorphic materials, hydrogen storage complexes, inorganic liquid-crystals, nano-particles and quantum dots, battery and fuel cell materials. Most of this research is highly interdisciplinary and many projects involve collaborations with the Intense Pulsed Neutron Source and the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory and with other faculty in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Materials Science, Physics and Molecular Biology. Central to ongoing research is the use and development of solid-state NMR and MRI techniques applied to elucidate local structure and dynamics in disordered materials.

Several research projects in the group involve developing new NMR instrumentation and techniques. Specifically, the collaborative research team is working to develop and apply magic angle hopping electrochemical NMR (MAH-eNMR) to the characterization of fuel cell catalysts and battery materials under in situ conditions. This development is supported by the W.M. Keck Foundation center for eNMR. Also, in collaboration with the high-pressure research facility, the group is working to design new diamond anvil cell NMR probes for the study of materials under extreme conditions. Complimentary to the design of NMR materials characterization is the design of mechanical characterizing through the development of Brillouin Imaging and the combination of optically detected NMR instrumentation.

The research group also contains an educational component that is currently working to modernize physical chemistry laboratory by (i) redesigning the curriculum to include biologically relevant material for biochemistry and bioengineering students, (ii) developing new multidisciplinary "modular" sets of experiments and online manuals, and (iii) developing inquiry based multi-week experiments. The modular laboratory curriculum is developed for free web-dissemination. Recently, they have been developing an interactive cell phone module that allows student-professor interactivity during lecture (via text messaging and powerpoint connectivity). Dr. Yarger also devotes time and resources to chemical education outreach for K-12 science programs.

Experience

Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Arizona State University, 2005-present
Adjunct Research Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory, IPNS Division, 2003-2007
Adjunct Professor of Physics, Colorado State University, 2003-2006
Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Wyoming, 2002-2005
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Wyoming, 1998-2002
Postdoctoral Fellow, National Science Foundation, 1997-1998
Research Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1996-1997
Research Scientist, Dupont-Merck, 1991-1992.

Selected Publications

1. "Solid-State NMR Investigation of Major and Minor Ampullate Spider Silk in the Native and Hydrated States," Holland, G.P.; Jenkins, J.E.; Creager, M.S.; Lewis, R.V.; Yarger, J.L., Biomacromolecules 9, 651 (2008).

2. "Vibrational Dynamics of Amorphous Beryllium Hydride and Lithium Beryllium Hydrides," Sampath, S.; Kolesnikov, A.I.; Lantzky, K.M.; Yarger, J.L., Journal of Chemical Physics 128, 134512 (2008).

3. "High-Pressure Behavior of As2O3: Amorphous-Amorphous and Crystal-Amorphous Transitions," Soignard, E.; Amin, S.A.; Mei, Q.; Benmore, C.J.; Yarger, J.L., Physical Review B 77, 144113 (2008).

4. "Vitrification of a Monatomic Metallic Liquid," Bhat, M.H.; Molinero, V.; Soignard, E.; Solomon, V.C.; Sastry, S.; Yarger, J.L.; and Angell, C.A., Nature 448, 787 (2007).

5. "Brillouin Imaging," K. Koski and J.L. Yarger, Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 61903 (2005).

Research Interests

The Yarger Research Group studies the structural and dynamic elucidation of amorphous materials, polyamorphism, nanoparticles, soft matter materials and biopolymers. Applications of our current research on amorphous materials include the areas of battery materials, fuel cells, artificial tendons, tempered glass, optical fibers, membrane transport and plague related diseases (chronic wasting disease and amyloid diseases). Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Neutron, Raman and Brillouin Scattering provide the basis for physical and structural characterization in our research group. Methods and designs are being development to further improve and combine various techniques.

Courses

Spring 2015

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CHM 343 Elementary Physical Chem Lab
CHM 494 Special Topics
CHM 598 Special Topics
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Fall 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CHM 343 Elementary Physical Chem Lab
PHY 792 Research

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PHY 792 Research
PHY 799 Dissertation

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CHM 343 Physical Chemistry Laboratory
PHY 792 Research

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
CHM 343 Physical Chemistry Laboratory
PHY 792 Research

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CHM 343 Physical Chemistry Laboratory
PHY 792 Research

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CHM 598 Special Topics

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
CHM 343 Physical Chemistry Laboratory
PHY 792 Research

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CHM 343 Physical Chemistry Laboratory

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CHM 598 Special Topics

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Guo, Chengchen; Hall, Genevieve; Addison, John B.; Yarger, Jeffery L.. Gold Nanoparticle-Doped Silk Film as Biocompatible SERS Substrate. RSC Advances (2015).

  2. Sampath, Sujatha; Yarger, Jeffery L.. Structural Hysteresis in Dragline Spider Silks Induced by Supercontraction: an X-ray Fiber Micro-Diffraction Study. RSC Advances (2015).

  3. Addison, Bennett J.; Popp, Tom Osborne; Weber, Warner S.; Edgerly, Janice S.; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L.. Structural Characterization of Nanofiber Silk Produced by Embiopterans (Webspinners). RSC Advances (2014).

  4. Addison, Bennett; Weber, Warner; Mou, Qiushi; Ashton, Nicholas N.; Stewart Russell J.; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L.. Reversible Assembly of ß-Sheet Nanocrystals within Caddisfly Silk. Biomacromolecules (2014).

  5. Addison, Bennett; Weber, Warner; Mou, Qiushi; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L.. Structural Characterization of Caddisfly Silk with Solid-State NMR and X-Ray Diffraction. Biophysical Journal (2014).

  6. Albertson, A.E.; Teulé, F.; Weber, W.; Yarger, J.L.; Lewis, R.V.. Effects of Different Post-Spin Stretching Conditions on the Mechanical Properties of Synthetic Spider Silk Fibers. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials (2014).

  7. Shi, Xiangyan; Yarger, Jeffery L.; Holland, Gregory P.;. Elucidating Proline Dynamics in Spider Dragline Silk Fibre Using 2H-13C HETCOR MAS NMR. Chem Commun (2014).

  8. Soignard, Emmanuel; Hochheimer, Hans, D.; Yarger, Jeff; Rishi, Raj. Reversible Elastic Deformation of Functionalized sp2 Carbon at Pressures of up to 33 GPa. Appl. Phys. Lett. (2014).

  9. Tarakeshwar, Pilarisetty; Palma, Julio, L.; Holland, Gregory, P.; Fromme, Petra; Yarger, Jeffery L.; Mujica, Vladimiro. Probing the Nature of Charge Transfer at Nano-Bio Interfaces: Peptides on Metal Oxide Nanoparticles. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. (2014).

  10. Xu, Dian; Yarger, Jeffery L.; Holland, Gregory P.. Are Spider Silk Proteins a New Class of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins?. Biophysical Journal (2014).

  11. Xu, Dian; Yarger, Jeffery L.; Holland, Gregory P.. Exploring the Backbone Dynamics of Native Spider Silk Proteins in Black Widow Silk Glands with Solution-state NMR Spectroscopy. Polymer (2014).

  12. Addison, Bennett; Ashton, Nicholas N.; Weber, Warner; Stewart Russell J.; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L. ß-Sheet Nanocrystalline Domains Formed from Phosphorylated Serine-Rich Motifs in Caddisfly Larval Silk: A Solid State NMR and XRD Study. Biomacromolecules (2013).

  13. Adrianos, S.L.; Teulé, F.; Hinman, M.B; Jones, J.A.; Weber, W.; Yarger, J.L.; Lewis, R.V.,. Nephila clavipes Flagelliform Silk-Like GGX Motifs Contribute to Extensibility and Spacer Motifs Contribute to Strength in Synthetic Spider Silk Fibers. Biomacromolecules (2013).

  14. Asakura, Tetsuo; Suzuki, Yu; Nakazawa, Yasumoto; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L. Elucidating Silk Structure Using Solid-State NMR. Soft Matter (2013).

  15. Asakura, Tetsuo; Suzuki, Yu; Nakazawa, Yasumoto; Yazawa, Koji; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L. Silk Structure Studied with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (2013).

  16. Benmore, C.J.; Weber, J.K.R.; Tailor, A.N.; Cherry, B.R.; Yarger, J.L.; Mou, Q.; Weber, W.; Neuefeind, J.; Byrn, S.R. Structural Characterization and Aging of Glassy Pharmaceuticals Made Using Acoustic Levitation. J. Pharmaceutical Sciences (2013).

  17. Holland, Gregory P.; Mou, Qiushi; Yarger, Jeffery L.,. Determining Hydrogen-Bond Interactions in Spider Silk with 1H-13C HETCOR Fast MAS Solid-State NMR and DFT Proton Chemical Shift Calculations. Chem. Comm (2013).

  18. Huang, W.; Angell, A.; Yarger, Jeffery L.; Richert, R.. Measurement of Conductivity and Permittivity of Samples Sealed in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Tubes. Review of Scientific Instrumentation (2013).

  19. Koski, Kristie; Akhenblit, P.; McKiernan, K.; Yarger, Jeffery L. Non-invasive determination of the complete elastic moduli of spider silks. Nature Materials (2013).

  20. Sampath, Sujatha; Jenkins, Janelle; Butler, Emily; Kim, Jihyun; Henning, Robert; Holland, Gregory; Yarger, Jeffery. Characterizing the Secondary Protein Structure of Black Widow Dragline Silk Using Solid-State NMR & X-ray Diffraction. Biomacromolecules (2013).

  21. Shi, Xiangyan; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L.. Amino Acid Analysis of Spider Dragline Silk Using 1H NMR. Analytical Biochemistry (2013).

  22. Shi, Xiangyan; Yarger, Jeffery L; Holland, Gregory P.. Probing Site-Specific 13C/15N-Isotope Enrichment of Spider Silk with Liquid-State NMR Spectroscopy.. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2013).

  23. Shi, Xiangyan; Yarger, Jeffery L; Holland, Gregory P.,. 2H-13C HETCOR MAS NMR for Indirect Detection of 2H Quadrupole Patterns and Spin-Lattice Relaxation Rates. J. Magnetic Resonance (2013).

  24. Weber, J.K.R.; Benmore, C.J.; Tailor, A.N.; Tumber, S.K.; Neuefeind, J.; Cherry, B.; Yarger, J.L.; Mou, Q.; Weber, W.; Byrn, S.R.. A Neutron-X-ray, NMR and Calorimetric Study of Glassy Probucol Synthesized Using Containerless Techniques. Chemical Physics (2013).

  25. Amin, Samrat A.; Leinenweber, Kurt; Benmore, Chris J.; Weber, Richard; Yarger, Jeffery L.. Characterizing Pressure Induced Coordination Changes in CaAl2O4 Glass Using 27Al NMR. J. Phys. Chem. C (2012).

  26. Amin, Samrat A.; Leinenweber, Kurt; Benmore, Chris J.; Weber, Richard; Yarger, Jeffery L.,. Characterizing Pressure Induced Coordination Changes in CaAl2O4 Glass Using 27Al NMR. J. Phys. Chem. C (2012).

  27. Amin, Samrat; Rissi, Erin N.; McKiernan, Keri; Yarger, Jeffery L.,. Determining the Equation of State of Amorphous Solids at High Pressure Using Optical Microscopy. Review of Scientific Instrumentation (2012).

  28. An, Bo; Jenkins, Janelle E.; Sampath, Sujatha; Holland, Gregory P.; Hinman, Mike; Yarger, Jeffery L.; Lewis, Randolph V.. Reproducing Natural Spider Silks’ Copolymer Behavior in Synthetic Silk Mimics. Biomacromolecules (2012).

  29. Benmore, C.J.; Izdebski, T.; Yarger, J.L.,. Total X-Ray Scattering of Spider Dragline Silk. Phys. Rev. Lett. (2012).

  30. Blanchard, J. W.; Groy, T. L.; Yarger, J.L.; Holland G. P.,. Investigating Hydrogen-Bonded Phosphonic Acids with Proton Ultrafast MAS NMR and DFT Calculations. J. Phys. Chem. C (2012).

  31. Gnesa, Eric; Hsia, Yang; Yarger, Jeffery L.;Weber, Warner; Lin-Cereghino, Joan; Lin-Cereghino, Geoff; Tang, Simon; Agari, Kimiko; Vierra, Craig,. Conserved C-Terminal Domain of Spider Tubuliform Spidroin 1 Contributes to Extensibility in Synthetic Fibers. Biomacromolecules (2012).

  32. Jenkins, Janelle E.; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L.. High resolution magic angle spinning NMR investigation of silk protein structure within major ampullate glands of orb weaving spiders. Soft Matter (2012).

  33. Jenkins, Janelle E.; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L.,. High resolution magic angle spinning NMR investigation of silk protein structure within major ampullate glands of orb weaving spiders.. Soft Matter (2012).

  34. Koski, Kristie; McKiernan, K.; Akhenblit, P.; Yarger, Jeffery L.. Shear-induced rigidity in spider silk glands. Applied Physics Letters (2012).

  35. Oelker, Erin N.; Soignard, Emmanuel; McKiernan, K.A.; Benmore, C.J.; Yarger, J.L.. Pressure-Induced Crystallization of Amorphous Red Phosphorus.. Solid State Communications (2012).

  36. Oelker, Erin N.; Soignard, Emmanuel; McKiernan, K.A.; Benmore, C.J.; Yarger, J.L.,. Pressure-Induced Crystallization of Amorphous Red Phosphorus. Solid State Communications (2012).

  37. Sampath, Sujatha.; Izdebski, Thomas.; Jenkins, Janelle; Ayon, Joel; Orgel, Joseph; Henning, Robert W.; Yarger, Jeffery L.. X-ray Diffraction Study of Nanocrystalline and Amorphous Structure within Major and Minor Ampullate Dragline Spider Silks. Soft Matter (2012).

  38. Skinner, L.B..; Benmore, C.; Antao, S.; Soignard, E.; Amin, S.A.; Bychkov, E.; Rissi, E.; Parise, J.B.; Yarger, J.L.. Structural Changes in Vitreous GeSe4 Under Pressure. J. Phys. Chem. C (2012).

  39. Skinner, L.B..; Benmore, C.; Antao, S.; Soignard, E.; Amin, S.A.; Bychkov, E.; Rissi, E.; Parise, J.B.; Yarger, J.L.,. Structural Changes in Vitreous GeSe4 Under Pressure. J. Phys. Chem. C (2012).

  40. Teulé, Florence; Addison, Bennett; Cooper, Alyssa; Ayon, Joel; Henning, Robert W.; Benmore, Chris J.; Holland, Gregory P.; Yarger, Jeffery L.; Lewis, Randolph V.. Combining Flagelliform and Dragline Spider Silk Motifs to Produce Tunable Synthetic Biopolymer Fibers.. Biopolymers (2012).

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Presentations

  1. Jeff Yarger Diamond Anvil Cell NMR. Carnegie Institute of Washington. (Dec 2008).
  2. Jeff Yarger Dynamics of Hydrated Spider Silk. Materials Research Society - National Meeting. (Nov 2008).
  3. Jeff Yarger Physics and Chemistry of Glass. Four Corners - American Physical Society Meeting. (Oct 2008).
  4. Jeff Yarger Polyamorphism in BeF2. Regional American Chemical Society Meeting. (Sep 2008).
  5. Jeff Yarger 2D HETCOR Solid-State NMR of Spider Silk Fibers. International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems. (Aug 2008).
  6. Jeff Yarger NMR of Spider Silk. Rocky Mt. Conference. (Jul 2008).
  7. Jeff Yarger Pressure Effects on Liquids, Supercooled Liquids and Glasses. Gordon Research Conference - Research at High Pressure. (Jun 2008).
  8. Jeff Yarger High Pressure DAC Xray and Neutron Diffraction of Liquids and Glasses. Spalliation Neutrons at Pressure (SNAP) and COMPRES. (Apr 2008).
  9. Jeff Yarger and Greg Holland Indirectly Detected Heternuclear Single Quantum Coherence in Biopolymers. Experimental NMR Conference. (Mar 2008).
  10. Jeff Yarger NMR of Biopolymers. Materials Research Society - National Meeting. (Mar 2008).
  11. Jeff Yarger NMR of Battery and Fuel Cell Materials. SSAA Symposium. (Feb 2008).
  12. Jeff Yarger Advance in Magnetic Resonance. Southern Illinois University. (Dec 2007).
  13. Jeff Yarger Polyamorphism. Rocky Mt. ACS. (Sep 2007).
  14. Soignard, Emmanuel, Yarger, Jeffery Exploration of phase transformations in supercooled liquids and amorphous solids. SMEC 2007. (Apr 2007).
  15. Yarger, Jeffery Solid State NMR Investigation of Metal Oxide Nanomaterials. Materials Research Society, National Meeting, Fall. (Nov 2006).
  16. Yarger, Jeffery High-Pressure Phase Transformation Within Supercooled Liquids and Amorphous Solids. Materials Research Society, National Meeting, Fall. (Nov 2006).
  17. Benmore, Chris, Yarger, Jeffery HIGH PRESSURE DIFFRACTION STUDIES OF TRIGANOL AND TETRAHEDRAL NETWORK GLASSES. 10th International Conference on Structure of Non-Crystalline Materials (NCM10). (Sep 2006).
  18. Yarger, Jeffery Studies on Vitreous Beryllium Fluoride. The American Ceramic Society's Glass and Optical Materials Division (GOMD). (Aug 2006).
  19. Yarger, Jeffery Using Cell Phones to Help Teach Chemistry. Research Corporation - Cottrell Scholars Conference. (Jul 2006).
  20. Yarger, Jeffery NMR of Ionic Liquids for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Membranes. 2006 DOE Hydrogen Program Annual Review. (May 2006).
  21. Yarger, Jeffery NMR at High-Pressure. Workshop on Synergy of 21st Century High-Pressure Science and Technology. (Apr 2006).
  22. Yarger, Jeffery NMR and Neutron Scattering of Glasses. Argonne National Laborory - IPNS Conference and Review. (Mar 2006).
  23. Yarger, Jeffery NMR of Spider Silk and Biopolymers. Rocky Mountain NMR Conference. (Jul 2005).
  24. Yarger, Jeffery Using Neutron Diffraction to Elucidate the Structure of Amorphous Solids and Biopolymers. SNS SNAP National Meeting. (Jun 2005).
  25. Yarger, Jeffery NMR of Biopolymers. Experimental NMR Conference. (Apr 2005).
  26. Yarger, Jeffery High-Pressure Amorphous-Amorphous Transitions in Network Glassformers. American Chemical Society National Meeting. (Mar 2005).
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  28. Yarger, Jeffery American Ceramic Society Meeting.
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  31. Yarger, Jeffery Carnegie DOE Alliance Conference.
  32. Yarger, Jeffery Electrochemical Society Meeting.
  33. Yarger, Jeffery Gordon Conference on Ionic Liquids.
  34. Yarger, Jeffery NATO Frontiers of High Pressure.
  35. Yarger, Jeffery Rocky Mountain Research Conference.
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  37. Yarger, Jeffery American Physical Society Meeting.
  38. Yarger, Jeffery Experimental NMR Conference.
  39. Yarger, Jeffery Four-Corners American Physical Society Meeting.
  40. Yarger, Jeffery Gordon Conference on Chemical Education.

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Holland,Gregory Peter * , Yarger,Jeffery Lynn , . Spider's Silk: From Protein-rich Gland Fluids to Diverse Biopolymer Fibers. DOD-AFOSR (12/1/2013 - 11/30/2016).
  2. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * Holland,Gregory Peter . Probing the Molecular Structure and Dynamics of Spider Silk Proteins. NSF-MPS-CHE (7/1/2013 - 6/30/2016).
  3. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . Synthesis characterization and properties of fast acting amorphous drugs. ARGONNE NATL LABORATORY (1/11/2013 - 9/30/2013).
  4. Holland,Gregory Peter * Yarger,Jeffery Lynn . Acquisition of a Solid-State NMR Ultra-fast Magic Angle Spinning Probe to Investigate Spider Silk. DOD-AFOSR (7/31/2012 - 7/30/2013).
  5. Angell,Charles Austen * Richert,Ranko Yarger,Jeffery Lynn . Fundamental Studies on the Dynamics and Energetics of Protic Ionic Liquids and Some Applications to Fuel Cells. DOD-ARMY-ARO (7/1/2011 - 6/30/2015).
  6. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . BNI-ASU Collaborative Research: Accelerate Discovery of Biomarkers to Better Map Gliomas. BARROWS INSTIT/ST JOES HOSP (1/1/2011 - 6/30/2015).
  7. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * Holland,Gregory Peter . NMR Characterization of Molecular Structure and Dynamics in Ligand-Capped Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles. NSF-MPS-CHE (9/15/2010 - 8/31/2014).
  8. Holland,Gregory Peter * Yarger,Jeffery Lynn . Spider Gland Fluids: From Protein-rich Isotropic Liquid to Insoluble Super Fiber. DOD-AFOSR (6/15/2010 - 6/14/2013).
  9. Angell,Charles Austen * Marzke,Robert F Yarger,Jeffery Lynn . Phase II - Angell: Protic Salt Polymer Membranes: High-Temperature Water-Free Proton Conductors. UNIV OF AZ (11/1/2009 - 12/31/2010).
  10. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * Soignard,Emmanuel . Energy Frontier Research in Extreme Environments (EFree). CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHIN (8/1/2009 - 7/31/2012).
  11. Leinenweber,Kurt D * Buseck,P R Haussermann,Ulrich Sharp,Thomas Tyburczy,James Albert Yarger,Jeffery Lynn . Upgrade of the Multi-Anvil High-Pressure Facility at Arizona State University. NSF-GEO-EAR (7/1/2009 - 6/30/2012).
  12. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . Designing Spider Silk Proteins as Novel Biomaterials. UNIV OF WYOMING (6/1/2009 - 5/31/2011).
  13. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * Holland,Gregory Peter . Dynamic and Strucural Studies of Spider Silk Fibers. NSF-MPS (8/1/2008 - 7/31/2012).
  14. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . Designing Spider Silk Proteins as Novel Biomaterials. UNIV OF WYOMING (6/1/2008 - 5/31/2009).
  15. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . CarnegieDOE Alliance Center for High Pressure Science and Technology. CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHIN (3/1/2008 - 2/28/2013).
  16. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . Optically Pumped Neutron Diffraction. ARGONNE NATL LABORATORY (12/1/2007 - 1/3/2008).
  17. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * Holland,Gregory Peter . Designing Spider Silk Proteins as Novel Biomaterials. UNIV OF WYOMING (6/1/2007 - 5/31/2008).
  18. Gervasio,Dominic Francis * Angell,Charles Austen Marzke,Robert F Yarger,Jeffery Lynn . Protic Salt Polymer Membranes: High-Temperature Water-Free Proton Conductors. DOE-GOLDEN FIELD OFFICE (9/15/2006 - 6/30/2010).
  19. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . Spider Silk Proteins. UNIV OF WYOMING (6/22/2006 - 8/31/2007).
  20. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . ASU Partnership with the Phase II CDAC Program. CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHIN (2/1/2006 - 1/31/2009).
  21. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . Design and Development of High-Resolution Electrochemical NMR. UNIV OF WYOMING (1/1/2006 - 5/31/2007).
  22. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . eNMR for In-Situ Fuel Cell Catalyst Characterization. UNIV OF WYOMING (9/1/2005 - 8/31/2009).
  23. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . MRI: Development of An Angle-Dispersive Brillouin Imaging Spectrometer. NSF-MPS (8/1/2005 - 8/31/2007).
  24. Yarger,Jeffery Lynn * . CAREER: Polyamorphic Behavior in Tetrahedral Network Glasses and Liquids. NSF-MPS-DMR (8/1/2005 - 12/31/2007).

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Service

  1. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry School Advisory Committee, Member (2013 - present)
  2. Magnetic Resonance Research Center, Director (2013 - present)
  3. Oak Ridget National Laboratory - SNS, Instrument Development Team (2013 - present)
  4. Department of Defense, Reviewer (2014)
  5. Department of Defense, Participant (2014)
  6. Medical Imaging Committee, Member (2014)
  7. American Chemical Society, Reviewer (2014)
  8. American Institute of Physics (AIP), Reviewer (2014)
  9. American Physical Society, Reviewer (2014)
  10. Biophys. Chemistry Teaching Committee, Chair (2014)
  11. Dept. Chem. and Biochem Advisory Committee, Member (2014)
  12. Magnetic Resonance Research Center, Director (2014)
  13. Nature, Reviewer (2014)
  14. Oak Ridge National Labs - Spallation Neutron Source, IDT (2014)
  15. Online Instruction, Member (2014)
  16. Physical Chemistry Division Teaching, Chair (2014)
  17. Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Reviewer (2014)
  18. National Science Foundation, Panelist (2014)
  19. Personnel and Budget Committee, Chair (2014)
  20. Department of Defense, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), Contractor (2013)
  21. Department of Energy, Basic Energy Sciences, Early Career Program, Reviewer (2013)
  22. American Chemical Society, Reviewer (2013)
  23. American Physical Society, Reviewer (2013)
  24. Personnel and Budget Committee, Chairman (2013)
  25. American Institute of Physics (AIP), Reviewer (2012 - 2013)
  26. Royal Society Chemistry, Reviewer (2012 - 2013)
  27. Oak Ridge National Labs - Spallation Neutron Source, Instrument Development Team (2010 - 2013)
  28. Department of Defense, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), Contractor (2012)
  29. Computer Resource Committee, Member (2012)
  30. Personnel and Budget Committee, Chairman (2012)
  31. ASU Senate, Senator (2012)
  32. American Chemical Society, Reviewer (2012)
  33. Argonne National Laboratory - Advanced Photon Source, Advisory Panel (2012)
  34. Magnetic Resonance Research Center, Director (2012)
  35. Oak Ridget National Laboratory - SNS, Instrument Development Team (2012)
  36. Physical Chemistry Division Teaching, Chair (2012)
  37. Department of Energy, Reviewer (2012)
  38. National Science Foundation, Panelist (2012)
  39. Faculty Search Committee, Member (2012)
  40. National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), Panelist (2012)

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