Prior to University of Wisconsin

16.     King EM, Gebbie MA, Melosh, NA. Impact of rigidity on molecular self-assembly. Langmuir (2019) Online.

15.     Gebbie MA, Ishiwata H, McQuade P, Petrak V, Taylor A, Dahl J, Carlson RMK, Fokin AA, Schreiner PR, Shen ZX, Nesladek M, Melosh NA. Experimental measurement of the diamond nucleation landscape reveals classical and nonclassical features. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 115, 8284 – 8289 (2018). DOE-SLAC Research Highlight

14.     Gebbie* MA, Smith A, Dobbs HA, Lee A, Warr G, Banquy X, Valtiner, M, Rutland* M, Israelachvili* JN, Perkin* S, Atkin* R. Long range electrostatic forces in ionic liquids. Chem. Comm. 53, 1214 –­­ 1224 (2017). * – Co-corresponding authorship. Invited Feature Review

13.     Gebbie* MA, Wei* W, Schrader AM, Cristiani T, Waite JH, Israelachvili JN. Tuning underwater adhesion with cation-π interactions. Nature Chemistry 9, 473 – 479 (2017). * – Equal contribution. Highlighted in C&EN

12.     Banquy X, Lee DW, Kristainsen K, Gebbie MA, Israelachvili JN. Interaction forces between supported lipid bilayers in presence of PEGylated polymers. Biomacromolecules 17, 88 – 97 (2016).

11.     Rapp MV, Donaldson SH, Gebbie MA, Gizaw Y, Koenig P, Roiter Y, Israelachvili JN. The effects of surfactants and polyelectrolytes on the interaction between a negatively charged surface and a hydrophobic polymer surface. Langmuir 31, 8013 – 8021 (2015).

10.     Gebbie MA, Dobbs HA, Valtiner M, Israelachvili JN. Long-range electrostatic screening in ionic liquids. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 112, 7432 – 7437 (2015).

9.        Donaldson SH, Røyne A, Kristiansen K, Rapp MV, Das S, Gebbie MA, Lee DW, Stock P, Valtiner M, Israelachvili JN. Developing a general interaction potential for hydrophobic and hydrophilic interactions. Langmuir 31, 2051 – 2250 (2015). Cover Article. Invited Feature Article

8.        Wei* W, Yu* J, Gebbie* MA, Tan Y, Martinez Rodriguez NR, Israelachvili JN, Waite JH. The bridging adhesion of mussel-inspired peptides: role of charge, chain length, and surface type. Langmuir 31, 1105 – 1112 (2015). * – Equal contribution.

7.        Rapp MV, Donaldson SH, Gebbie MA, Das S, Kaufman Y, Gizaw Y, Koenig PH, Roiter Y, Israelachvili JN. Hydrophobic, electrostatic, and dynamic polymer forces at polysurfactant-modified silicone surfaces. Small 11, 2058 – 2068 (2015).

6.        Donaldson SH, Utzig T, Gebbie MA, Raman S, Shrestha BR, Israelachvili JN, Valtiner M. Electrochemical control of specific adhesion between amine-functionalized polymers and noble metal electrode interfaces. Matrl. Corr. 65, 362 – 369 (2014).

5.        Israelachvili JN, Kristiansen K, Gebbie MA, Lee DW, Donaldson SH, Das S, Rapp MV, Banquy X, Valtiner M, Yu J. The intersection of interfacial forces and electrochemical reactions. J. Phys. Chem. B 117, 16369 – 16387 (2013). Cover Article. Invited Feature Review

4.        Donaldson SH, Das S, Gebbie MA, Rapp MV, Jones LC, Roiter Y, Koenig PH, Gizaw Y, Israelachvili JN. Asymmetric electrostatic and hydrophobic-hydrophilic interaction forces between mica surfaces and silicone polymer thin films. ACS Nano 7, 10094 – 10104 (2013).

3.     Gebbie MA, Valtiner M, Banquy X, Fox ET, Henderson WA, Israelachvili JN. Ionic liquids behave as dilute electrolyte solutions. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 110, 9674 – 9679 (2013). DOE Basic Energy Sciences Research Highlight

2.        Donaldson SH, Valtiner M, Gebbie MA, Harada J, Israelachvili JN. Interactions and visualization of bio-mimetic membrane detachment at smooth and nano-rough gold electrode surfaces. Soft Matter 9, 5231 – 5238 (2013).

1.        Valtiner M, Donaldson SH, Gebbie MA, Israelachvili JN. Hydrophobic forces, electrostatic steering, and acid-base bridging between atomically smooth self-assembled monolayers and end-functionalized PEGolated lipid bilayers. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134, 1746 – 1753 (2011).

Additional Productivity

4.        Melosh NA, Gebbie MA, McQuade PJ, Gonzalez AE. Method for forming and patternaing color centers. Provisional Patent Application, The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, November 6, 2018, 62/756360.

3.        Appelbaum RP, Gebbie MA, Han X, Stocking G, Kay L. Will China’s quest for indigenous innovation succeed? Some lessons from nanotechnology. Technology in Society 46, 149 – 163 (2016). Peer-Reviewed Social Science Publication

2.     Han X, Stocking G, Gebbie MA, Appelbaum RP. Will they stay or will they go? International graduate students and their decisions to stay or leave the US upon graduation. PloS one 10, e0118183 (2015). Peer-Reviewed Social Science Publication

1.        Gebbie MA, Valtiner M, Banquy X, Henderson WA, Israelachvili JN. Reply to Perkin et al.: Experimental observations demonstrate that ionic liquids form both bound (Stern) and diffuse electric double layers. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 110, E4122 (2013).