Warren S. Warren

James B. Duke Professor

2217 FFSC
Campus Box: 
(919) 660-1604
(919) 287-2454


Measuring Long-Lived 13C-Singlet State Lifetimes at Natural Abundance
J. Magn. Reson (2013)

Femtosecond Pump-Probe Microscopy Generates Virtual Cross-Sections in Historic Artwork
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci (2013)

Enhanced refocusing of fat signals using optimized multipulse echo sequences
Magn Reson Med (2013)

Investigating the metastatic potential and pigment chemistry of melanomas using pump-probe imaging
Proc. SPIE (2013)

Imaging pigment chemistry in melanocytic conjunctival lesions with pump-probe microscopy
Proc. SPIE (2013)

"Rapid phase-cycled two dimensional optical spectroscopy in flourescence and transmission mode"
Optics Express (2005)

Structural anisotropy and internal magnetic fields in trabecular bone: Coupling solution and solid dipolar interactions
J. Magn. Reson. (2005)

"Tensorial character of magnetization diffusion in periodic lattices"
Phys. Rev. B. (2005)

Multiple-quantum vector field imaging by magnetic resonance
J. Magn. Reson. (2005)

"Simultaneous measurement of two-photon absorption and self-phase modulation by femtosecond pulse shaping"
Optics Letters (2005)

PhD - University of California, Berkeley
MS - University of California, Berkeley
A.B. - Chemistry and Physics, summa cum laude - Harvard University
2005 Alfred P. Sloan Fellow
2005 Closs Lectureship, University of Chicago
2005 Dreyfus Foundation Young Faculty Grant
2005 Eastern Analytical Symposium NMR Presentation Award
2005 Fellow, American Physical Society
2005 McKnight Innovation Award in Neuroscience
2005 Meloche Lectureship, University of Wisconsin
2005 Microwave Design Award, Microwave Journal/Minicircuits Corporation
2005 Nobel Laureate Signature Award, Presented by the American Chemical Society
2005 Outstanding Academic Book, Choice Magazine (American Library Association)
2005 Philips Lecturer on Science and Technology, Haverford College
2005 Who's Who in the World, since the 18th edition
2004 Elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science