Darkeyah Reuven, PhD
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Natural and Behavioral Science
Johnson C. Smith University
Darkeyah Reuven is a chemist with an extensive background in Nanotechnology with a focus on biological applications. Darkeyah has acted as project and analytical lead on cross-disciplinary and multi-institutional research projects to solve complex challenges.
As a Post-Doctoral Researcher at Emory’s School of Medicine and Clark Atlanta University Darkeyah planned and executed the development of novel cancer imaging contrast agents and biosensors. In these capacities he collaborated with colleagues with disciplines in chemistry, biology, toxicology. As a research team lead he served as the analytical expert in spectroscopy, chromatography, thermal and x-ray analysis. After two Post-Doctoral appointments and a stint as a EPA Chemist, Darkeyah knows that open formal and informal information sharing truly drives productivity, teamwork and creative problem-solving.
Darkeyah holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from Clark Atlanta University, a M.S. in Health Care Management and a BS in chemistry from Georgia State University. He is also a husband, and devoted parent to a daughter and son.