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School of Health Sciences

Casey Grenier, Ph.D.

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Office: Alexander STC 306C

Tel: 617-243-2414


Pronouns: He/Him


  • Ph.D. Chemistry, University of New Hampshire
  • B.S. Forensic Science, University of New Haven
  • B.S. Chemistry, University of New Haven


Casey Grenier has been teaching various science courses for the last 10 years at the university level at the University of New Hampshire, University of New Haven, Northeastern University, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. Scientific research has been a career and passion of his since his undergraduate studies in chemistry, forensic science, and criminal law where he researched the online sale and distribution of marijuana seeds. Using the plant-specific DNA of the various strains and various online databases they were able to team up with the Drug Enforcement Agency to create marijuana seed profiles to help track the distribution of marijuana seeds. This continued throughout his academic career with his Ph.D. research and dissertation where he developed a new kind of molecularly imprinted polymer sensor. His Ph.D. research directly leads to a patent-pending material that can improve antibodies for chemical measurements and form stable sensors.

During his industry career, he worked towards productizing, researching, and developing technology that utilizes flexible conductive, pressure-sensitive, dielectric, and adhesive screen printable polymer inks for wearable force, temperature, and humidity sensing and wearable material to support such a sensor.