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Dr. Marian G. McCord

Professor

Textile Engineering, Chemistry, and Science

Phone: 919-515-6571
Email: mmccord@tx.ncsu.edu
Address: 3320 College of Textiles Box 8301
Room: 3320 | Map Location

Research Areas

Barrier Fabrics - Chemical and Biological

Nanocomposite Fibers

Structure/Property relationships of fibers

Plasma Surface Modification

Comfort

Most Recent Publications

1. Vitchuli, N., Shi, Q., Nowak, J., Nawalakhe, R., Sieber, M., Bourham, M., McCord, M., Zhang, X. (2012). Plasma-Electrospinning Hybrid Process and Plasma Pretreatment to Improve Adhesive Properties of Nanofibers on Fabric Surface. Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing , 32 , 275-291.

2. Shi, Q., Vitchuli, N., Nowak, J., Caldwell, J. M., Breidt, F., Bourham, M., Zhang, X., McCord, M. (2011). Durable Antibacterial Ag/Polyacrylonitrile (Ag/PAN) Hybrid Nanofibers Prepared by Atmospheric Plasma Treatment and Electrospinning. European Polymer Journal , 47 , 1402-1409.

3. Shi, Q., Vitchuli, N., Nowak, J., Caldwell, J. M., Breidt, F., Bourham, M., Zhang, X., McCord, M. (2011). One-step synthesis of Silver Nanoparticle-Filled Nylon 6 Nanofibers and Their Antibacterial Properties. Journal of Materials Chemistry , 21 , 10330-10335.

4. Vitchuli, N., Shi, Q., Nowak, J., Kay, K., Caldwell, J. M., Breidt, F., Bourham, M., McCord, M., Zhang, X. (2011). Multifunctional Zinc Oxide/Nylon 6 Nanofiber Mats by Electrospinning-Electrospraying Hybrid Process for Use in Protective Applications. Science and Technology of Advanced Materials , 12 (055004) .

5. Shi, Q., Vitchuli, N., Ji, L., Nowak, J., McCord, M., Bourham, M., & Zhang, X. (2011). A Facile Approach to Fabricate Porous Nylon 6 Nanofibers using Silica Nanotemplate . J. Appl. Poly. Sci. , 120 , 115-122.

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Marian Gayle McCord was born on November 14, 1963 in Newport, Rhode Island. She graduated from Middletown High School in Middletown, RI, in 1981. She received a Sc.B. in Biomedical Engineering at Brown University in 1985. Next, she worked at Moss Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia, performing diagnostic testing and research in brain electrophysiology from 1985-1987. Next followed a long stint as what her parents lovingly referred to as a "professional student". Dr. McCord received a Master's Degree in Bioengineering in 1989 and a Ph. D. degree in Textiles and Polymer Science in 1994, both at Clemson University, Clemson, SC. Dr. McCord joined the faculty in the Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science Dept. in the College of Textiles at NC State University in August of 1994.

TMS211                       Intro to Fiber Science

TMS211L                     Introduction to Fiber Science Lab
 

TMS362                       Geometry and Mechanics of Textiles Materials

TMS465                       Composites

TMS589A/TE589B     Polymer Biomaterials Engineering

TE466/566                  Polymer Biomaterials Engineering
 

TE201L                        Textile Engineering Science

BME202                        Introductory Topics in Biomedical Engineering

BME495R                     Biomedical Engineering Undergrad Research
 

Brown University             Biomedical Engineering - Sc. B., 1985

Clemson University        Bioengineering - M.S., 1989

Clemson University        Textiles and Polymer Science - Ph. D., 1994

Fiber Society

Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)

ASTM F-23 Committee on Protective Clothing

Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), Protective Barriers Working Group

NC State Association of Women Faculty

American Society for Engineering Education

North Carolina Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Steering Committee

Society for Biomaterials