Dr. Sleszynski has been with the OSU Chemistry Department since Winter 2009. His primary teaching responsibility is Quantitative Analysis, Chemistry 324. In the past he has taught courses in organic chemistry, instrumental analysis, freshman chemistry, senior seminar, and food and nutrition.
Ph.D. (1988) University of Buffalo
M.S. (1979) Organic Chemistry, Clarkson University
B. S. (1978) Chemistry, Clarkson University
My research projects include: The development of non-invasive biofilm sensors for the detections of bacteria attached to surfaces, electrochemical sensors for the detection and quantitation of antioxidant compounds, ,multi-wavelength fluorescent detection, vascular components to peripheral neuropathies, dietary contributions to hypertension, non-traditional distance learning in analytical chemistry
- Yuanyuan Wu, Anukul Boonloed, Neal Sleszynski, Myra Koesdjojo, Chadd Armstrong, Shay Bracha, Vincent T. Remcho: Clinical chemistry measurements with commercially available test slides on a smartphone platform: Colorimetric determination of glucose and urea, Clinica Chimica Acta 448 (2015) 133-138