David Hage.

James Hewett University Professor of Chemistry

704 Hamilton Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588
(402) 472-2744
  • Postdoctoral, Mayo Clinic
  • Ph.D., Iowa State University
  • B.S., University of Wisconsin

Research Interests
  • Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry
  • Analytical separation methods
  • High-performance liquid chromatography
  • Capillary electrophoresis
  • Affinity-based separations
  • Affinity mass spectrometry
  • Monolithic supports and hybrid separation media
  • Affinity microcolumns and miniaturized separation systems
  • Separation-based studies of biological interactions
  • Analytical methods for personalized medicine
  • Chromatographic immunoassays
  • Immobilization methods for biochemicals
Selected Publications
  • Sobansky, M.R.; Hage, D.S. "Identification and analysis of stereoselective drug interactions with low density lipoprotein by high-performance affinity chromatography", Anal. Biochem. Chem. 2012;403;563-71.
  • Matsuda, R.; Anguizola, J.; Joseph, K.S.; Hage, D.S. "High-performance affinity chromatography and the analysis of drug interactions with modified proteins: binding of gliclazide with glycated human serum albumin", Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 2011;401;2811-19.
  • Barnaby, O.S.; Cerny, R.L.; Clarke, W.; Hage, D.S. "Quantitative analysis of glycation patterns in human serum albumin Using 16O/18O-labeling and MALDI-TOF MS", Clin. Chim. Acta 2011;412;1606-15.
  • Tong, Z.; Hage, D.S. "Characterization of interaction kinetics between chiral solutes and human serum albumin by using high-performance affinity chromatography and peak profiling", J. Chromatogr. A 2011;1218;6892-7.
  • Hage, D.S.; Anguizola, J.A.; Jackson, A.J.; Matsuda, R.; Papastavros, E.; Pfaunmiller, E.; Tong, Z.; Vargas-Badilla, J.; Yoo, M.J.; Zheng, X. "Chromatographic analysis of drug interactions in the serum proteome", Anal. Methods 2011;3;1449-60.
  • Yoo, M.J.; Hage, D.S. "High-throughput analysis of drug dissociation from serum proteins using affinity silica monoliths", J. Sep. Sci. 2011;34;2255-63.