ASDL Directory of Analytical Sciences Professionals

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NAME: Saed Afshar
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Analytical Chemist
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: None
TITLE: None
EMAIL:
Saed Afshar's Publications


NAME: Ibukun Aladejana
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Crosby High School
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Biology
TITLE: Instructor
ADDRESS: 14703 FM 2100
               Crosby, Texas 77532
EMAIL:


NAME: Joseph Aldstadt
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry & Biochemistry
TITLE: Assoc. Prof.
ADDRESS: 3210 N. Cramer St.
               Milwaukee, WI 53211
PHONE: 414-229-5605
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/Chemistry/
SUMMARY: Environmental analytical chemistry; trace metal analysis; chemical speciation
Joseph Aldstadt's Publications


NAME: Craig Allen
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: SACHEM Inc.
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: R&D
TITLE: Chief Technology Officer
ADDRESS: 5700 S. MOPAC Expw B Suite @00
               Austin, TX 78749
EMAIL:
INTERESTS: Elemental Analysis,Electrochemistry,Surface Analysis,Raman Spectroscopy,Titrimetric Analysis,Liquid Chromatography


NAME: Michael Allen
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Thermo Fisher Scientific
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: UV-Visible and Fluorescence Spectroscopy
TITLE: Product Manager
ADDRESS: 5225 Verona Road
               Madison, WI 53711
PHONE: 608-332-3931
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.thermoscientific.com/uv-vis
SUMMARY: Ph.D. in Bioanalytical Chemistry from the University of Kansas where I studied the nanosecond fluorescence spectroscopy of labeled proteins. Post-doctoral work at LSU where I worked on the development of multi-plexed high-throughput genetic sequencing devices. Currently a product specialist for UV-Visible spectroscopy products at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
INTERESTS: UV-Visible Spectroscopy,Fluorescence,Time-Resolved Spectroscopy,Molecular Biology,Materials Science
Michael Allen's Publications


NAME: Muhammad Bachri Amran
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Institut Teknologi Bandung
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Analytical Chemistry Division
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Jl. Ganesha 10
               Bandung, West Java 40132
PHONE: +62-250-2103
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://analytical.chem.itb.ac.id
SUMMARY: trace analysis & speciation


NAME: Sara E. Arbaugh
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
ADDRESS: PO Box 7150
               Colorado Springs, Colorado 80933-7150
EMAIL:


NAME: Jack P. Bell
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: UW Seattle Friday Harbor Marine Labs
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Biology
TITLE: Volunteer
ADDRESS: 2950 Windtree Court
               Lafayette, CA 94549
PHONE: 925-699-6039
FAX: 925-939-4657
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Isolation and characterization of biomolecules from marine sources
INTERESTS: HPLC,Mass Spec,Capillary Electrophoresis,GC


NAME: aminu bello dange
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: NNPC Nigeria
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: research&development
TITLE: graduate trainee
EMAIL:


NAME: Alain Berthod
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Universite de Lyon
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Lab. Sciences Analytiques
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Bat. CPE Curien
               Villeurbanne, France 69622
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.univ-lyon1.fr
SUMMARY: Fundamental development of countercurrent chromatography. Large scale separation and purification
INTERESTS: liquid chromatography,countercurrent chromatography,chiral separations,theory of separation,micellar liquid chromatography
Alain Berthod's Publications


NAME: Heather Bullen
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Northern Kentucky University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: Nunn Drive, SC 349
               Highland Heights, KY 41099
PHONE: 859-572-5411
FAX: 859-572-5162
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.nku.edu/~bullenh1/
SUMMARY: We are investigating the role of siderophores in bacterial adhesion to metal oxide surfaces. We are also working on a collaborative project evaluating customizable dendrimers for drug delivery across the blood brain barrier. We are starting a project that involves characterizing the electrochemical properties of different manganese oxide materials.
INTERESTS: Atomic force microscopy (AFM),ATR-FTIR,Nanotechnology,Dendrimers,Self assembled monolayers,Surface Chemistry
Heather Bullen's Publications


NAME: Michelle Bushey
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Trinity University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: One Trinity Place
               San Antonio, Texas 78212-7200
PHONE: 210-999-7318
FAX: 210-999-7569
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.trinity.edu/mbushey/
SUMMARY: Capillary electrophoresis and other capillary separation methods: application of capillary separation approaches to various analysis problems, especially of biological and biochemical origin, such as analysis of proteins and protein modifications. Porous Polymer Monoliths for use in Capillary Electrochromatography, characterizations of phases. Capillary separations coupled to mass spectrometry. Undergraduate Analytical Chemistry education.
INTERESTS: capillary separations,mass spectrometry,analytical chemistry education
Michelle Bushey's Publications


NAME: Don Cannon
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Iowa
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 431 Chemistry Building
               Iowa City, IA 52242
PHONE: 319-335-2761
FAX: 319-335-1270
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.uiowa.edu/faculty/cannon/index.html
SUMMARY: Enhanced sensing via nanoscale phenomena, electrochemical and electrogenerated chemiluminescence assays of free radical dynamics at the single-cell level.
INTERESTS: analytical chemistry,bioanalytical chemistry,electrochemistry,luminescence,micro- and nanofabrication
Don Cannon's Publications


NAME: Mary Carroll
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Union College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Director of Undergraduate Research & Professor
ADDRESS: Union C. Chemistry Dept.
               Schenectady, NY 12308
PHONE: 518-388-6336
FAX: 518-388-6795
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.union.edu/PUBLIC/CHMDEPT/faculty/carroll/carroll.html
SUMMARY: Fundamental studies of dye interactions within sol-gel matrices and with surfactants in solution, using molecular spectroscopic methods. Chemical sensors, with emphasis on sol-gel-based sensing platforms, including aerogel-platform gas sensors.
INTERESTS: Analytical & Materials Chemistry,Fluorescence Spectroscopy,Aerogels and other sol-gel materials,Chemical Education
Mary Carroll's Publications


NAME: Anna Cavinato
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Eastern Oregon University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Biochemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: One University Blvd.
               La Grande, OR 97850
PHONE: 541-962-3561
FAX: 541-962-3873
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.eou.edu/~acavinat
SUMMARY: Our reearch group focuses on the development of rapid, non-destructive methods based on near infrared spectroscopy for analysis of biological samples. Rapid and non-destructive detection methods are of significance in biomedical, food safety, and environmental monitoring applications. Current projects include determining maturity status and gender in salmonids, detecting fish disease, detecting spoilage and bacterial contamination in food.
INTERESTS: Non-invasive analysis,Infrared spectroscopy,Chemometrics,Environmental monitoring,Service learning
Anna Cavinato's Publications


NAME: Stuart Chalk
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of North Florida
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Physics
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 4567 St Johns Bluff Rd S
               Jacksonville, FL 32224
PHONE: 904-620-1938
FAX: 904-620-1989
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.unf.edu/coas/chemphys/chem/
SUMMARY: Currently my research is focused on the development of small (shoe box size) remote instrumentation. This is based on flow injection analysis technology to sample, prepare, analyze and dispose of samples. Reagents are injected (1 µL) into a flowing stream of sample and detected using diodearray or LED/photodiode spectrophotometers. Additionally we are working on ensuring the reliabiliy of the data processed by these instruments by measuring sample parameters concurrently with the analyte under investigation. Finally, we are developing an XML format for storing the information generated by the remote instruments so that they may be processed wusing a web interface.
INTERESTS: Flow injection analysis,UV/Vis spectrophotometry,Remote instrumentation,Environmental analysis,XML (Extensible markup language),Databases


NAME: Thomas Chasteen
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Sam Houston State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Professor of Chemistry
ADDRESS: Campus Box 2117
               Huntsville, TX 77340
PHONE: 936-294-1533
FAX: 936-294-4996
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.shsu.edu/~chm_tgc/
INTERESTS: analytical chemistry,metalloid chemistry,selenium,tellurium,animations in analytical chemistry,environmental chemistry
Thomas Chasteen's Publications


NAME: Quan Cheng
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Univ of California Riverside
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant professor
               Riverside, CA 92521
PHONE: 951-827-2702
FAX: 951-827-4713
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.ucr.edu/faculty/cheng/cheng.html
SUMMARY: Our research focuses on developing novel detection techniques for biological and pathogenic molecules. Fast and sensitive detection of biological pathogens is of significant importance to many facets of medical diagnostics, food safety, environmental monitoring and anti-biological warfare campaigns. Our approach emphasizes “real-time” detection schemes, and involves the design and synthesis of functional materials capable of effective optical or electronic signaling. The overall research effort spans three general areas: biosensors, functional biomaterials, and surface plasmon resonance (SPR) spectroscopy and imaging.
INTERESTS: biosensor,surface plasmon resonance,microfluidics,electrochemistry,biomimetic membranes


NAME: Jasmina Cheung-Lau
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: UCR-REU
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Analytical Chemistry
               Riverside, CA
EMAIL:


NAME: Gary Christian
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Washington
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Professor of Chemistry
ADDRESS: Department of Chemistry, Box 351700
               Seattle, WA 98195-1700
PHONE: 206-543-1635
FAX: 206-685-3478
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://depts.washington.edu/chemfac/christian.html
SUMMARY: I am recently retired, but remain active with educational activities, international collaborations, and as Editor of Talanta. My interests include the history of analytical chemistry, scientific writing from an editor's viewpoint, flow injection analysis, and electroanalytical chemistry.
Gary Christian's Publications


NAME: Bill Church
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Trinity College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 300 Summit Street
               Hartford, CT 06106
PHONE: 860-297-2215
FAX: 860-297-5129
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.trincoll.edu/depts/chem/main.html
SUMMARY: Our group focuses on the development and application of analytical instrumentation to study the neurochemical environment associated with neurological disease states and Diabetes
INTERESTS: Bioanalytical Chemistry,Neurochemistry,Neurodegeneration,Parkinson's Disease,Type I Diabetes


NAME: David Collins
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Brigham Young University - Idaho
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
ADDRESS: 525 South Center Street
               Rexburg, Idaho 83460
PHONE: 208-496-7707
EMAIL:
INTERESTS: Forensic Science,Capillary Electrophoresis,Ion Mobility Spectrometry,Time-of-flight Mass Spectrometry
David Collins's Publications


NAME: Eric Conte
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Western Kentucky University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 1906 College Heights Blvd.
               Bowling Green, KY 42101
PHONE: 270-745-6019
FAX: 270-745-6293
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.wku.edu/~eric.conte/homepage.html
SUMMARY: We are investigating surfactant modified silica as sorbents for the preconcentration of environmental pollutants. The use of these sorbents results in more environmentally friendly sample preparation and final extracts that are directly compatible for injection into a High Performance Liquid Chromatograph in the reversed phase mode.
INTERESTS: Solid Phase Extraction,Admicelle-based Extractions,Solid Phase Microextraction,High Performance Liquid Chromatography,Gas Chromatography
Eric Conte's Publications


NAME: Kevin Crawford
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: The Citadel
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 171 Moultrie St
               Charleston, SC 29418
PHONE: 843-953-7787
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://faculty.citadel.edu/crawford/Index.htm
SUMMARY: Currently involved in separation and identification of marine biotoxins. Also involved in water chemistry, photochemistry, and consulting.
Kevin Crawford's Publications


NAME: Chris Dahm
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Wingate University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: Chemsitry dept, Wingate University
               Wingate, NC 28174
PHONE: 704-233-8232
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.wingate.edu


NAME: Richard Dallinger
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Wabash College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Lloyd B. Howell Professor of Chemistry
ADDRESS: Dept of Chemistry
               Crawfordsville, IN 47933
PHONE: 765-361-6242
FAX: 765-361-6149
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Resonance Raman and time-resolved resonance Raman spectroscopy
INTERESTS: Raman,Spectroscopy,Fluorescence,Teaching Analytical Chemistry
Richard Dallinger's Publications


NAME: Sharmistha Datta
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Eli Lilly and Company
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Analytical Sciences R&D
TITLE: Research Scientist
ADDRESS: 6720 Buckhorn Dr., Apt. # 812
               Indianapolis, Indiana 46254
PHONE: 317-291-2201
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Responsible for directing, conducting, and supporting laboratory investigations to develop, improve, and optimize processes and analytical technologies for the manufacture of drug substances and drug products. An integral member of a multidisciplinary team providing support for process and product development, and quality control. Detailed job responsibilities include: 1. Development and validation of physical characterization methods; 2. Evaluation of experiments to support process scale-up and optimization; 3. Interpretation and communication of analytical information; 4. Instrumental analysis incorporating techniques such as X-ray powder diffraction, particle size analysis by laser scattering, specific surface area analysis, thermal methods of analysis, moisture sorption, polarized light microscopy, environmental scanning electron microscopy, UV-Vis spectroscopy, Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, Near IR (NIR) and Raman spectroscopy; 5. Evaluation of new physical characterization technologies. 6. Documentation of analytical development history reports, setting specifications, and documentations of other regulatory reports.
INTERESTS: Spectroscopy,X-ray diffractometry,Thermal techniques,Pharmaceutical analysis,Powder analysis,Surface analysis
Sharmistha Datta's Publications


NAME: Sapna Deo
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
               Indianapolis, IN
PHONE: 317-278-7532
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.iupui.edu/Faculty/Deo/


NAME: Chris Dockery
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Kennesaw State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Biochemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 1000 Chastain Rd Box 1203
               Kennesaw, Ga 30144
PHONE: 678-797-2047
FAX: 770-423-6744
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://science.kennesaw.edu/chem/dockery.htm
SUMMARY: 1. Developing atomic spectroscopic methodologies for trace elemental analyses of forensic and environmentally relevant samples. 2. Implementing novel spectroscopic experiments into the forensic chemistry and instrumental analysis undergraduate curriculum.
INTERESTS: Atomic spectroscopy,Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy,forensic analysis


NAME: Mary Kate Donais
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Saint Anselm College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 100 Saint Anselm Drive #1705
               Manchester, NH 03102
PHONE: 603-641-7218
FAX: 603-222-4012
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.anselm.edu/academics/depts/chemistry/faculty/donais/
SUMMARY: Our current interests involve investigation of major and trace metals in achaeological samples using portable XRF, FAAS, ICP-OES, and LA-ICP-MS. We also use portable XRF and raman spectroscopies for pigment identification on archaeological samples. Previous research projects have used modern sample preparation techniques and element-specific chromatographic detection for the quantification of metal species such as methylmercury in environmental samples. We have determined methylmercury in marine samples such as seals and whales to better understand the mercury cycle.
INTERESTS: metals in archaeological samples,raman in archaeology,elemental speciation in the environment,element-specific chromatographic detection
Mary Kate Donais's Publications


NAME: Mary Kate Donais
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Saint Anselm College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
ADDRESS: 100 Saint Anselm Drive #1705
               Manchester, NH 03102
EMAIL:


NAME: Daniel Downey
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: James Madison University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Department of Chemistry/ JMU/MSC 4501
               Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807
PHONE: 540-568-6246
FAX: 540-568-7938
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://csma31.csm.jmu.edu/chemistry/faculty/downey/
SUMMARY: Our lab does environmental analytical chemistry of surface waters including acid rain and mitigation studies and fish otolith microchemistry.
INTERESTS: Analytical,Environmental,Nuclear
Daniel Downey's Publications


NAME: Chris Dunlap
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Saint Mary's College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry and Physics
TITLE: Associate Professor of Chemistry
ADDRESS: Saint Mary's College, Saint Marys College
               Notre Dame, IN 46556
PHONE: 574-284-4658
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Soil chemistry and analysis of retention of pollutants by soil
INTERESTS: HPLC,Soil chemistry,Guided Inquiry Pedagogy


NAME: Daniel D. Ebeling
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Wisconsin Lutheran College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
ADDRESS: Department of Chemistry
               Milwaukee, WI 53226
EMAIL:


NAME: Chris Enke
EMAIL:


NAME: Michael Epstein
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Mount Saint Mary's University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Science
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: Dept of Science, 16300 Old Emmitsburg Rd
               Emmitsburg, MD 21727
PHONE: 301-447-5376
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.spectrometer.org/
SUMMARY: Current research in forensic ballistics and HPLC of PAHs.
INTERESTS: Instrument automation,Atomic spectroscopy,Forensic science,Ethics in science,Chemical archaeology


NAME: Jill Ferguson
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Materials Science Center
TITLE: Lab Manager/Analytical Scientist
ADDRESS: 105 Garfield Ave
               Eau Claire, WI 54701
PHONE: 715-836-2728
FAX: 715-836-3955
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.uwec.edu/matsci
SUMMARY: I assist faculty and private sector partners in identifying and meeting their analytical needs. Please visit www.uwec.edu/matsci for more information.
INTERESTS: High Resolution Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry ICPMS,HR-ICP-MS,ICPMS,Scanning Electron Microscopy,SEM/EDS,X-ray Fluorescence (XRF)
Jill Ferguson's Publications


NAME: Shirley Fischer-Drowos
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Widener University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: One University Place
               Chester, PA 19013
PHONE: 610-499-4009
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.widener.edu
SUMMARY: fluoropolymer processing aids; catalysts for ethylene reduction; wine analysis
INTERESTS: spectroscopy,thermal analysis,ion chromatography,HPLC/MS/MS,polymers


NAME: Tom Fisher
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Juniata College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: von Liebig Science Center
               Huntingdon, PA 16652
PHONE: 814-641-3563
FAX: 814-641-3685
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.juniata.edu
SUMMARY: design and construction of inexpensive chemical and biochemical instrumentation
INTERESTS: instrumentation,electronics,software
Tom Fisher's Publications


NAME: Alanah Fitch
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Loyola University Chicago
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
               Chicago, Illinois 60626
PHONE: 773-508-3119
FAX: 773-508-3086
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.luc.edu/faculty/afitch
SUMMARY: Clay modified electrodes to study transport in natural systems; as support matrices for sensor technology; planar wave guide and thin film structures, remote controlled instrumentation for sharing of resources
INTERESTS: Electrochemstry,Environmental,Clays,Modified electrodes,Lead
Alanah Fitch's Publications


NAME: Kimberley Frederick
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: College of the Holy Cross
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 1 College St
               Worcester, MA 01610
PHONE: 508-793-2502
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://college.holycross.edu/faculty/kfrederi/
INTERESTS: Capillary Electrophoresis,Microfluidics,Raman Spectroscopy,Forensics


NAME: Elena Fuchs
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Novavax
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Phatmaceutical Development
TITLE: Manager
ADDRESS: 508 Lapp Rd
               Malver, PA 19355
PHONE: 484-913-1252
EMAIL:


NAME: Robin Garrell
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of California, Los Angeles
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry & Biochemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Box 951569
               Los Angeles, CA 90095-1569
PHONE: 310-825-2496
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.ucla.edu/dept/Organic/garrell.html
SUMMARY: GarrellŐs research objectives are to understand and control adhesion and slip at solution-solid interfaces, and the structure of biological molecules at interfaces. Experiments and theory are being used to characterize the chemical factors responsible for adsorption and adhesion, the structure and mechanical properties of nanoscale films, and how interface chemistry and texture influence wetting and liquid flow. Current areas of investigation include: (1) the structure and stability of organic and inorganic self-assembled monolayers at solution-gold interfaces; (2) the chemistry of cohesion and adhesion in marine biopolymers, and use of these materials to pattern cells for artificial tissues and bioreactors; (3) spectroscopic methods for characterizing protein structure in films, membranes, and drug discovery applications; (4) electrowetting on dielectric surfaces, and applications of electrowetting and surface texturization in microfluidics for biosensors and proteomics.
INTERESTS: surface & interface chemistry,Raman spectroscopy,IR spectroscopy,CD & g-factor spectroscopy,microfluidics,biosensors
Robin Garrell's Publications


NAME: Franz Geiger
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Northwestern University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: KG68 Tech Institute
               Evanston, IL 60208
PHONE: 847-467-6553
FAX: 847-491-7713
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.northwestern.edu/~geigerf/new_page/index.html
SUMMARY: Using cutting-edge laser spectroscopy, mass spectrometry and computational techniques, we focus on the special role that surfaces and interfaces play in geochemistry, aquatic chemistry, and atmospheric chemistry.
INTERESTS: Physical Chemistry,Environmental
Franz Geiger's Publications


NAME: Frank Gomez
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: California State University, Los Angeles
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 5151 State University Drive
               Los Angeles, CA 90032
PHONE: 323-343-2368
FAX: 323-343-6490
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.calstatela.edu/dept/chem/gomez/index.htm
SUMMARY: Our research group is engaged in developing fundamental and applied research in the area of capillary electrophoresis (CE) and microfluidics focusing on affinity CE (ACE), high-throughput screening techniques, enzymatic reactions, and lab-on-a-chip device development. In addition, we are developing new synthetic techniques involving carboranes and their derivatives.
INTERESTS: capillary electrophoresis,microfluidics,bioanalytical separations,molecular recognition,instrumentation design,carborane synthesis
Frank Gomez's Publications


NAME: David Gottfried
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Georgia Tech Research Institute
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory
TITLE: Senior Research Scientist
ADDRESS: 925 Dalney Street
               Atlanta, GA 30332-0841
PHONE: 404-407-8300
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.gtri.gatech.edu
SUMMARY: Current research interests include: integrated optical waveguide devices for chemical and biological sensor applications; antibody, aptamer, and nucleic acid-based detection of environmental and food-borne pathogens; biophysical characterization of proteins encapsulated in solid matrices (sol-gels); visible and near infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy for imaging of human and animal tissues; time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy.
INTERESTS: thin films,sensors,microbiology,homeland security
David Gottfried's Publications


NAME: Kate Grudpan
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Faculty of Science,Chiang Mai University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry Deprtment
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Chemistry Deprtment,Faculty of Science,Chiang Mai
               Chiang Mai, - 50200
PHONE: +66-539-4191
FAX: +66-532-2226
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.science.cmu.ac.th/fba
SUMMARY: Development in flow based analysis aiming for cost effective but appropriate in various conditions/situations for real uses including remote places,Miniaturization-down scaling,applications e.g.telehealth for remote places
INTERESTS: flow based analysis,cost effective analysis,clinical analysis,environmental analysis,mutidiscipinary approaches,micro& nano - analysis


NAME: Nicole Hagan
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Chatham College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Biology Department
               Pittsburgh, PA
EMAIL:


NAME: David Harvey
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: DePauw University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Biochemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 602 S. College Avenue
               Greencastle, IN 46135
PHONE: 765-658-4608
FAX: 765-658-6084
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://people.depauw.edu/harvey/
SUMMARY: Development of materials for the undegraduate analytical classroom and lab. Study of the distribution of trace metals across the sediment-solution interface, including the effect of benthic organisms, pollutional history through sediment profiles and analysis of sequential extraction schemes.
INTERESTS: education in analytical chemistry,chemometrics,sediment geochemistry,atomic spectroscopy
David Harvey's Publications


NAME: David Harvey
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: DePauw University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Environme
ADDRESS: 602 S. College Avenue
               Greencastle, Indiana 46135
EMAIL:


NAME: David Henderson
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Trinity College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 300 Summit St
               Hartford, CT 06106
PHONE: 860-297-2514
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.trincoll.edu/~henderso
SUMMARY: Acid precipitation effects on streams. Well water pollution and tracking septic water inflitration using LC-MS and GC-MS of common chemicals in septic effluent.
INTERESTS: mass spectrometry,environmental analysis,chromatography, GC, HPLC, IC
David Henderson's Publications


NAME: Zachary Hilton
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Biological and Chemcal Engineering
               Troy, NY
EMAIL:


NAME: Lisa Holland
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: West Virginia University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: C. Eugene Bennett Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 217 Clark Hall
               Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
PHONE: 304-293-3060
FAX: 304-293-4904
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.as.wvu.edu/~lholland/index.htm
SUMMARY: My research program is founded on the use of miniaturized separations as rapid analyses to estimate affinity interaction and to produce and provide accessible technology. My research group is devoted to bicelle electrokinetic capillary chromatography, automated natural product and physiological assays and cyber-conferencing for mentoring undergraduate research in capillary electrophoresis.
INTERESTS: capillary electrophoresis,capillary liquid chromatography,proteins/peptides,natural products,bilayer interation,distance CE
Lisa Holland's Publications


NAME: Wei Huang
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: DrHuang.com
TITLE: Dr
               Sydney, NSW 2032
FAX: 612-966-2051
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.electrochemist.com
SUMMARY: Electrochemist.com simulates voltammetry and chronoamperometry on virtually any mechanism by virtually any waveform techniques . It plots and analyses any x-y data for peak location, peak height, peak width, semi-derivative, derivative, integral, semi-integral, convolution, deconvolution, curve fitting, and separating overlapped peaks and background.
INTERESTS: electroanalysis,electrochemistry


NAME: Spencer Huang
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Natural Factors Nutritional Products Ltd.
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: QC Lab
TITLE: Manager
PHONE: 604-512-1691
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.naturalfactors.com
SUMMARY: Hands-on skills for the operation of modern analytical instruments such as HPLC, GC, TLC, IC, ICP, AA, IR, UV-Vis. Many years of GMP, cGMP, GLP, experience in quality system/QC Lab
INTERESTS: HPLC application in Nutritional Product analysis,ICP application in Nutritional Product analysis,UV-Vis application in Nutritional Product analysis


NAME: NEMI JAIN
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: ANALYTICAL SCIENCES
TITLE: SENIOR SCIENTIST & TEAM LEADER
ADDRESS: 4440 WARRENSVILLE CENTER ROAD
               WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, OH 44128
PHONE: 216-332-8666
FAX: 216-332-8670
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://WWW.SHERWIN.COM
INTERESTS: Problem-solving,Coatings,Failure analysis,Analytical Sciences,Microscopy,Chromatography


NAME: Jeffrey Jankowski
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: North Central College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemsitry and Physics
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 30 N. Brainard St.
               Naperville, IL 60540
PHONE: 630-637-5191
FAX: 630-637-5180
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.noctrl.edu
SUMMARY: bioanalytical separations, additives for fuel fire safety, neurochemistry


NAME: James Jordan
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Procter & Gamble
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Baby & Toddler Care, Material Science & Technology
TITLE: Section Head
ADDRESS: 6280 Center Hill Avenue
               Cincinnati, OH 45224
PHONE: 513-945-0752
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Areas of expertise include understanding/characterization of soils on consumer fabrics, industrial application of chemical/physical sensors, methods for understanding consumer habits and practices, chemistry of hair, shampoos, hair dyes, antiperspirants, deodorants and fragrances/malodors, material sciences; practical experience with LC, GC, GC/MS, CE of inorganic ions, LIMS, Electronic Notebooks.


NAME: Ryan Julian
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: UC Riverside
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
ADDRESS: Department of Chemistry
               Riverside, CA 92521
PHONE: 951-827-3958
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.ucr.edu/faculty/julian/julian.html
SUMMARY: Protein structure and folding remain topics of intense interest. Robust methods for rapid structure determination or folding state are lacking, particularly for analysis of proteins in their native environment i.e. in vivo. Protein structure is further complicated by the presence a wide variety of post-translational modifications which are not encoded in the genomic information. Our research applies molecular recognition in combination with mass spectrometry to probe the surface structures (including PTMs) of proteins, protein complexes, and larger assemblies. Careful control of the temporal ordering of events will allow both the solution and gas phase structures to be determined and compared. In this manner, both the most relevant (solution phase) and most intrinsic (gas phase) information about structure can be determined for the same system.
INTERESTS: mass spectrometry,ion mobility,protein structure


NAME: John Kalivas
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Idaho State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: PO Box 8023
               Pocatello, Idaho 83209
PHONE: 208-282-2726
FAX: 208-282-4373
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.isu.edu/departments/chem/fac_kalivas.shtml
SUMMARY: Development of new multivariate calibration methodologies including calibration transfer. Incorporating problem based learning and cooperative learning approaches for student active learning in research-supportive curriculum.
INTERESTS: chemometrics,multivariate calibration,chemical education
John Kalivas's Publications


NAME: Proespichaya Kanatharana
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Prince of Songkla University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Dept. of Chemistry/ANalytical Chem.
TITLE: Associate Professor/Dr.
ADDRESS: Prince of Songkla University
               Hat Yai, Songkhla 90112
PHONE: 667-428-8420
FAX: 667-421-2918
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: -
SUMMARY: Trace Analysis, Sensors for Environment, Food and etc.


NAME: Douglas Kell
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: The University of Manchetser
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Manchester Interdisicplinary Biocentre
               Manchester, Lancs M60 1QD
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://dbkgroup.org/
SUMMARY: See also www.mcisb.org/
INTERESTS: Chromatography,Mass spec,informatics,Systems Biology,Post-genomics
Douglas Kell's Publications


NAME: Rick Kelly
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: East Stroudsburg University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry Department
TITLE: Associate Professor of Chemistry
ADDRESS: 200 Prospect Street
               East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
PHONE: 570-422-3246
FAX: 570-422-3908
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www3.esu.edu/academics/chemistry.asp
SUMMARY: Research interests include: electrochemical activation and characterization of carbon fibers; flow injection analysis; environmental analysis
INTERESTS: Analytical Chemistry,Instrumentation,Electrochemistry,Environmental Chemistry
Rick Kelly's Publications


NAME: Carol Korzeniewski
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Texas Tech University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry & Biochemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
               Lubbock, TX 79409-1061
PHONE: 806-742-4181
FAX: 806-742-1289
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/chemistry/
SUMMARY: Surface infrared spectroscopy as applied to electrochemistry, electrochemical catalysis
INTERESTS: Electrochemistry, infrared spectroscopy


NAME: Norman Kramer
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: George Washington University School of Medicine
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Medicine
TITLE: Professor of Medicine (emeritus)
ADDRESS: 14505 Hollyhock Way
               Burtonsville, Maryland 20866-1717
PHONE: 301-384-6548
FAX: 301-384-2898
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Immunology of Diseases of the Kidney
INTERESTS: Medical Education,Immunology, Nephrology,Transplantation
Norman Kramer's Publications


NAME: Ashley Kramer
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of St. Thomas
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry department
               Saint Paul, MN
EMAIL:


NAME: Sergey Krylov
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: York University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
               Toronto Canada
EMAIL:


NAME: Ted Kuwana
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Kansas
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor Emeritus
ADDRESS: Department of Chemistry
               Lawence, KS 66045
PHONE: 785-841-3721
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.ku.edu/TKuwana/
SUMMARY: Since retiring in 2002, I remain active with ASDL, now as the Managing Director. Also, writing an electrochemical lab manual - and version 1 is available on CD by request to jwaraska@esainc.com. Although the info in my website is dated, there is a link to the NSF Curricular Development Report. tk 9/14/05


NAME: Brian Lamp
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Truman State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Divison of Science
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 100 East Normal
               Kirksville, MO 63501
PHONE: 660-785-7251
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www2.truman.edu/~blamp
SUMMARY: Our research focuses on the utilization of electode materials in chemical sensing and detection. In particular, we are interested in enhancing selectivity of electrochemical methods by selective modification of the electrode surface.
INTERESTS: Electrochemistry,Materials ,Separation Science,Chemical Education


NAME: David L. Langhus
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Moravian College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 1200 N. Main St.
               Bethlehem, PA 18018
PHONE: 610-861-1434
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.cs.moravian.edu/~langhus
SUMMARY: Our primary research interest is in preparing coated-wire ISEs based on organic ligands with sensitivity to transition metals which survive in aqueous media. This involves primarily the synthesis of suitable ligands.
INTERESTS: Electrochemistry,NMR,Guided Inquiry Learning in the lab and classroom,Pedagogical use of inorganic qualitative analysis


NAME: Cynthia Larive
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of California - Riverside
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: PS1 328
               Riverside, CA 92521
PHONE: 951-827-2990
FAX: 951-827-4713
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.ucr.edu/faculty/larive/larive.html
SUMMARY: In our research, we try to adopt a problem-based rather than a technique-based approach to bioanalytical chemistry. We define analytical chemistry research as the development and application of chemical measurements and instrumentation. Bioanalytical chemistry is the application of analytical chemistry to topics of importance to biology or medicine. In this approach, an interesting problem is identified and a variety of analytical methods are applied to answer questions related to the problem. Because biological problems are complex chemically, the student’s research may require the use of separation methods like HPLC or capillary isotachophoresis. NMR and mass spectrometry are important tools in our research because they provide extensive chemical information and are useful quantitative tools. Areas of current research interest include the development of new methods to measure ligand-protein interactions, the development of isotachophoresis – NMR for the separation and analysis of mass-limited samples (for example heparin oligosaccharides), and metabonomics studies of ischemia-reperfusion using NMR and LC-MS/MS.
INTERESTS: NMR,LC-MS,Structure Elucidation,Metabonomics,Ligand - Protein Interactions,Electrophoretic Separations
Cynthia Larive's Publications


NAME: Randolph Larsen
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: St. Mary's College of Maryland
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry & Biochemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 18952 E. Fisher Rd
               St. Mary's City, MD 20686
PHONE: 240-895-4597
FAX: 240-895-4996
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.smcm.edu/nsm/chemistry/chem-facstaff/rklarsen.htm
SUMMARY: Investigating the sources, transport, and fate of persistant organic pollutants.
INTERESTS: GC-MS,LC-MS,Instrument Development,Organic Environmental Chemistry
Randolph Larsen's Publications


NAME: Terrence Lee
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Middle Tennessee State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: Box X075MTSU
               Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37132
PHONE: 615-898-5947
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.mtsu.edu/~tlee
SUMMARY: Stable isotope labels in amino acid analysis, copper uptake by water hyacinth, solid phase extraction of copper complexes.
INTERESTS: Method development


NAME: Paul Loconto
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Bureau of Laboratories, Michigan Department of Community Health
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Division of Chemistry and Toxicology
TITLE: Laboratory Scientist Specialist
ADDRESS: 4300 Manitou Drive
               Okemos, Michigan 48864
PHONE: 517-335-8185
FAX: 517-335-9776
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: I conduct trace environmental quantitative analysis to determine persistent organic pollutants in biological matrices.
INTERESTS: trace environmental analysis,alternative fuels
Paul Loconto's Publications


NAME: ANIBAL LOPES
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: SCYNEXIS, INC.
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
TITLE: MANAGER
ADDRESS: 3501 TRICENTER BLVD
               DURHAM, NC 27713
PHONE: 919-544-8629
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.scynexis.com
SUMMARY: HIGH-THROUGHPUT PURIFICATION


NAME: Suzanne Lunsford
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemsistry
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.wright.edu/~suzanne.lunsford


NAME: Craig Lunte
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Kansas
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry, Ralph N. Adams Institute
               Lawrence, Kansas
EMAIL:


NAME: Pam Mabrouk
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Northeastern University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology - 111 H
               Boston, MA 02115
PHONE: 617-373-2845
FAX: 617-373-8795
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.neu.edu/p.mabrouk/
SUMMARY: Current research interests are three-fold: (1) compatibility of ionic liquids and biomolecules; (2) development of green methods of synthesizing advanced materials; and (3) development of a pedagogical framework for undergraduate research and graduate education
INTERESTS: nonaqueous enzymology,green chemistry,conducting polymers,supercritical fluids,resonance Raman of hemoproteins and heme enzymes,bioelectrochemistry
Pam Mabrouk's Publications


NAME: Stanley Manahan
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Missouri
ADDRESS: 2005 Woodlea Dr.
               Columbia, Mo 65201
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chemchar.com


NAME: Scott Martin
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Saint Louis University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 3501 Laclede Ave.
               St. Louis, MO 63103
PHONE: 314-977-2836
FAX: 314-977-2521
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://chemistry.slu.edu/Faculty_Staff/Martin/index.htm
SUMMARY: My group's research involves the use of microchip-based analytical devices to study various biological systems. Students in my group receive a broad base of training in analytical chemistry as well as biology and engineering. We use flow-based analysis, capillary electrophoresis, electrochemistry and fluorescence to probe and monitor various biological systems. Current projects include: 1) the development of a microchip-based blood brain barrier (BBB) mimic to study the effect of nitric oxide (NO) on the integrity of the BBB (in collaboration with Dr. Dana Spence, Wayne State University and supported by a grant from the NIH); 2) development of a microchip-based analysis system/reactor system to study the effect of NO on the onset of Parkinson's disease (supported by a grant from the NIH); 3) development of novel sensitive and selective methods for monitoring endogenous thiols; and 4) development of chip-based immobilized enzyme assays.
INTERESTS: analytical chemistry,bioanalytical chemistry,lab on a chip,separations,electrochemistry


NAME: John Mathis
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: FDA
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Southeast Regional Laboratory
TITLE: Chemist
               Atlanta, GA
PHONE: 252-253-1200
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Practical applications and research using instrumental analysis by HPLC, LC-MS/MS, GC and GC-MS.
INTERESTS: Chromatography,Mass Spectrometry,Spectroscopy,Agricultural Chemistry,Natural Products,Forensic Science


NAME: Evgenia Matveeva
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of North TX Health Science Center
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Molecular Biology and Immunology
TITLE: Research Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 3500 Camp Bowie blvd
               Fort Worth, TX 76107
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Research focused on immunoassay development using surface plasmon coupled emission (SPCE) and enhanced total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) in the proximity of a surface coated with metal or metal particles. Experience with lateral-flow membrane immunoassays, bead-based immunoassays, agglutination immunoassays using fluorescent labels and latex beads, or enzymes as labels.
INTERESTS: Immunoassays,Luminescence
Evgenia Matveeva's Publications


NAME: Mark Meyerhoff
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Michigan
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 930 N. University
               Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1055
PHONE: 734-763-5916
FAX: 734-647-4865
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.umich.edu
SUMMARY: potentiometric and optical sensors
INTERESTS: chemical sensors,immunoassays,nitric oxide,biomaterials,electrochemistry


NAME: Keith Miller
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Denver
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Biochemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 2190 E. Iliff Ave, Olin 202
               Denver, CO 80208
PHONE: 303-871-7721
FAX: 303-871-2254
EMAIL:


NAME: Sherilyn Morgan
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Bowie State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Natural Sciences
               Bowie, Maryland
EMAIL:


NAME: Grant Myers
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Utah
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Graduate Student
ADDRESS: 315 South 1400 East
               Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0850
PHONE: 801-581-7938
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.utah.edu/faculty/harrisj/index.html
SUMMARY: Our research involves the application of lasers in chemical analysis, in the spectroscopy of colloids, and in studies of liquid/solid interfaces.
Grant Myers's Publications


NAME: Edward Ogabiela
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Monash University, Gippsland Campus, Australia
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: School of Applied Science and Engineering
ADDRESS: SASE, Monash University, Gippsland Campus
               Churchill, Victoria 3842
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Environmental/Analytical Chemistry, Biosensor
INTERESTS: Environmental Chemistry, General Analytical Chemistry
Edward Ogabiela's Publications


NAME: Sorinel Oprisan
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: College of Charleston
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Physics and Astronomy
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 58 Coming St.
               Charleston, South Carolina 29424
PHONE: 843-953-0780
FAX: 843-953-4824
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.cofc.edu/~oprisans
SUMMARY: 1) Develop analytical criterion for the existence and the stability of the phase-locked modes in networks of neural oscillators. 2) VLSI implementation of the CPG for robotic application. 3) Analytical solutions of coupled nonlinear evolution equations for complex systems and the corresponding cellular automata implementations. 4) Use the embedding theorem for phase space reconstruction of pyloric dilator membrane potential record (published in Biophysical Journal) and further develop topological methods for periodic orbits embedding and implement efficient numerical algorithms for such cases. 5) Computation moedel for diffusion limited aggregation (DLA) based on a traditional Metropolis updating rule subject to detailed balance. The novelty of the proposed approach consist in connecting the macroscopic measures, such as surface roughness, to dynamic quantities, such us the exponent of the two-particle interaction potential.
INTERESTS: computational neuroscience,nonlinear dynamics,chaos,protein folding,applied mathematics,statistical mechanics
Sorinel Oprisan's Publications


NAME: William Otto
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Maine at Machias
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Environmental Studies and Biological Sciences
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 9 O'Brien Ave
               Machias, Maine 04654
PHONE: 207-255-1345
FAX: 207-255-1390
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.umm.maine.edu/faculty/otto/index.shtml
SUMMARY: Enivronmental monitoring of Downeast Maine Rivers to help explain the problems faced by the endangered Atlantic Salmon. Examining the metal binding capability of biosurfactants.
INTERESTS: chemical education,water quality analysis,humic substances,bioremediation,environmental monitoring


NAME: Vanessa Palmer
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Washington
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
               Seattle, WA
EMAIL:


NAME: Pete Palmer
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: San Francisco State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
ADDRESS: 1600 Holloway Avenue
               San Francisco, CA 94132
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chemistry.sfsu.edu/faculty_palmer/0layout.php


NAME: Riyazuddin Patel
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Madras
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Analytical
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Guindy Campus
               Chennai, Tamilnadu 600025
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.unom.ac.in
SUMMARY: Metal speciation using electroanalytical methods.
INTERESTS: Analytical Chemistry,Electroanalysis,Environmental Analytical Chemistry,Chemistry and Computing


NAME: Steven Petrovic
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Southern Oregon University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor of Chemistry
ADDRESS: 1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
               Ashland, Oregon 97520
PHONE: 541-552-6803
FAX: 541-552-6415
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.sou.edu/chem/faculty/petrovic/index.htm
SUMMARY: ASV at chemically modified carbon paste electrodes, electrochemistry of wine phenolics
INTERESTS: Microelectrodes,Stripping Voltammetry,Wine Chemistry and Analysis,Chromatography,Carbon Paste Electrodes
Steven Petrovic's Publications


NAME: Gretchen Potts
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: UT-Chattanooga
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 615 McCallie Ave, #2252
               Chattanooga, TN 37403
PHONE: 423-425-5296
FAX: 423-425-5234
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.utc.edu/Gretchen-Potts
SUMMARY: We analyze the majority of our samples by ICP-OES. Our current samples are cremated bodies, contaminated mushrooms and contaminated potatoes.
INTERESTS: Spectroscopy,Forensics,Environment,Sensors,Lasers


NAME: Kathleen Purvis-Roberts
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: The Claremont Colleges
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Joint Science Department
ADDRESS: 925 N. Mills Ave.
               Claremont, CA 91711
PHONE: 909-607-9782
FAX: 909-621-8588
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.jsd.claremont.edu
SUMMARY: We use a Particle Into Liquid Sampler coupled to ion chromatographs to characterize the inorganic component of particulate matter less than 2.5 um in the air. We are interested in how the composition changes over varying weather conditions, seasons, etc.
INTERESTS: Environmental Chemistry,Particulate Matter Pollution,Ion Chromatography
Kathleen Purvis-Roberts's Publications


NAME: Lawrence Quarino
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Cedar Crest College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Forensic Science Program
               Allentown, PA
EMAIL:


NAME: Dallas Rabenstein
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of California, Riverside
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: University of California
               Riverside, California 92521
PHONE: 951-827-3585
FAX: 951-827-4313
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://nmr.ucr.edu/
SUMMARY: My research interests are in bioanalytical chemistry, with a focus on NMR spectroscopy and its application to the characterization of peptides and carbohydrates. We are studying the solution chemistry of peptides, including their microscopic acid/base and thiol/disulfide chemistry and their conformational properties in solution. Peptides being studied include peptide hormones, peptide toxins and model peptides for the active site of thiol/disulfide oxidoreductases. We also are studying heparin, including studies to characterize its primary structure and its interaction with peptides and other biological molecules. In addition to NMR, we use isothermal titration calorimetry to measure heparin-peptide binding constants. We also have a research program in the chemistry of heavy metal toxicology, focusing on inorganic mercury, methylmercury and ethylmercury.
INTERESTS: NMR,isothermal titration calorimetry,peptides,carbohydrates,heavy metal toxicology


NAME: David Rahni
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Pace University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry & Physical Sciences
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 861 Bedford Road Narks Hall 12C
               Pleasanatviile, NY 10570-2799
PHONE: 914-773-3655
FAX: 914-773-3418
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.DrRahni.com
SUMMARY: David N. Rahni is Professor of Chemistry at Pace University, Pleasantville, New York. He has served as the lead developer and founding Director of Pace University’s graduate program in Environmental Science. In addition, he serves as adjunct professor in both the LL.M. Environmental Law Program at Pace University School of Law and the Department of Dermatology at New York Medical College, as well as senior medical research associate at CUNY Medical School (Harlem, New York). Dr. Rahni has served as a member of the Board of Editors for the Forensic Science Communications, a premier journal in support of law enforcement (published by the FBI). As a recipient of 2006 Outstanding Service Award by the American Chemical Society (ACS), New York, he was elected the 2000 Chair of the ACS New York, and served as a member of its Board of Directors (1999-2001). Currently serving as the ACS Councilor, he ran for its nationwide director at-large in 2005. Dr. Rahni has served as chair of the Jury for Nichols Medal, the oldest and most prestigious chemistry medal in the Nation. He has been the recipient of the 2000 Algorithm Scientific International Award, endowed by many agencies including the UNDP, UNESCO and the Third World Academy of Sciences. He was selected the 1996 Distinguished Scientist by the ACS Westchester Section, and the ACS Outstanding Service Award (2006). Honored with a J. William Fulbright Senior Research Scholarship at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and visiting professorship at the University of Oxford, UK, He was also awarded a visiting professorship to DTU by the Royal Danish Research Academy (summer 1994), where he offered a workshop on surface characterization methodologies in manufacturing engineering. He has held visiting scientist positions with the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center and Ciba-Geigy Research Division, and has lectured at or visited the II University of Rome, the University of Florence, the National University of Mexico, the Universities of Southampton, Leeds, Loughborough and London, also at the University of Copenhagen, and the Danish Orsted Institute. He has also served as a visiting United Nations TOKTEN Scholar in the third world, presenting lectures and assisting in curriculum development in, among others, Tehran, Guilan, and the National Universities of Iran. Having coauthored a recently published book, Bioimaging in Neurodegeneration (Humana press 2005), Professor Rahni earned his Ph.D. and completed postdoctoral studies in Analytical Chemistry at the University of New Orleans, his M.S. at Eastern New Mexico University, and his B.S. at the National University. He has published extensively in such diverse fields as immobilized enzyme electrochemical sensors for clinical, environmental and industrial assays, in vivo microvoltammetric measurement of neurotransmitters in brain, electrodeposition of thin-film compositionally-modulated alloys and metal multi-laminated nano-structures for sub-micro-electronic and micro-mechanical applications, in-situ pH and other key measurements in the diffusion layer of the cathode during the electrodeposition of metals, process engineering, the direct and indirect electrochemical investigation of oxidoreductase enzymes and proteins and their surface interactions, asymmetric synthesis and mechanistic studies of congested heterocyclic phosphorous, sulfur, germanium, selenium and tellurium compounds, environmental sciences and law, sustainable development, and science education. A recipient of Pace University’s Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence, David Rahni has organized, and chaired numerous workshops and symposia, as typified by his fundraising and program leadership for the ACS Nichols Medal Symposium and Banquet. More recently, he serves as a Member of Fulbright Fellowship Review Board and on its Senior Specialist Roster, review member of the National Institute of Health panels, and has co-organized and co-hosted the Centennial Celebration of Rockefeller University and its designation as a national historic Chemical Landmark. He was the General Chair and Host for the 31st ACS Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting. His other contributions include past membership on the Environmental Advisory Council for the U.S. 20th Congressional District Representative, Nita M. Lowey, his leadership role as a founding member & President in Partners for Sustainable Development, Board Member of Federated Conservationists of Westchester County and the co-organizer of the NYS wide Initiatives for Economic Development and Climatic Change Conference and Rene DuBos Annual Conference on Automobile, Energy and Societal Impact.
INTERESTS: Bio-Electro-Analytical Chemistry,In Vivo/Ex Vivo Biosensors,Nano-engineering,Forensics,Enviornmental ,Sustainable Development
David Rahni's Publications


NAME: Akanksha Rajpoot
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Vellore Institute of Technology
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: B.Tech in Biotechnology
               Vellore, Tamil Nadu
EMAIL:


NAME: Eric Ross
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Gonzaga University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 502 E Boone Ave PO BOX 3464
               Spokane, Washington 99258
PHONE: 509-323-3638
EMAIL:


NAME: David Rusak
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Scranton
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Asst. Prof.
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.scranton.edu
SUMMARY: Fluorescence Lifetime Spectroscopy
David Rusak's Publications


NAME: Jon Russ
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Rhodes College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 2000 North Parkway
               Memphis, TN 38112
PHONE: 901-843-3959
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.rhodes.edu/public/2_0-Academics/2_1_6-Chemistry/index.shtml
SUMMARY: Archaeometry Trace analysis
Jon Russ's Publications


NAME: Scott Saavedra
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Arizona
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 1306 E University
               Tucson, AZ 85716
PHONE: 520-621-9761
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.arizona.edu/saavedra
INTERESTS: Physical and chemical processes at solid-liquid interfaces, particularly those involving protein and proteo-lipid films,spectroscopic techniques to pr
Scott Saavedra's Publications


NAME: Omowunmi Sadik
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: State University of New York at Binghamton
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: POB 6000
               Binghamton, NY 13902
PHONE: 607-777-4132
FAX: 607-777-4478
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://chemistry.binghamton.edu/SADIK/sadik.htm
INTERESTS: Biosensors,Electrochemistry,Electroless Plating,Bioconjugate Synthesis,Pattern Recognition,Instrumentation Development
Omowunmi Sadik's Publications


NAME: Richard W. Schaeffer
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Messiah College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Biochemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: One College Ave.
               Grantham, PA 17027
PHONE: 717-796-1800
FAX: 717-691-6046
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Synthesis and analysis of inorganic materials via glow discharge plasma. Speciation, transport, and fate of inorganic species in natural water and soil and phytoremediation.
INTERESTS: synthesis and analysis of inorganic materials,phytoremediation,ion selective electrodes,environmental chemistry
Richard W. Schaeffer's Publications


NAME: Alexander Scheeline
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Illinois at Urb.-Champ.
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Professor of Chemistry
ADDRESS: 600 S. Mathews Ave.
               Urbana, IL 61801
PHONE: 217-333-2999
FAX: 217-244-8068
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://scheeline.scs.uiuc.edu
SUMMARY: We develop instrumentation focused on the study of oxidative stress. Our main focus is on enzyme-catalyzed systems that produce radical intermediates. Levitated drop reactors and the probes to make them useful are of current itnerest. We are also developing sensors to allow measurement of oxidative stress in vivo, particularly in the inner ear to gain understanding of the microchemistry of noise-induced hearing loss.
INTERESTS: Optical Spectroscopy,Nonlinear Dynamics,Instrument Development,Oxidative Stress,Electrochemistry,Microfluidics
Alexander Scheeline's Publications


NAME: James Seago
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Abbott Laboratories,
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: ADD
TITLE: Sr. Systems integration Engineer
ADDRESS: 2601 Marsh Lane #294
               Plano, TX 75093-8458
PHONE: 972-518-6484
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: I have developed both Process Analyzers and Clinical Chemistry Analyzers. I have been involved with the measurement of Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, Carbon Dioxide, BUN, and Urea, the manufacture of sensors and Reagents and the design opf various analytical measurement systems.
INTERESTS: Instrumentation Development,Ioin Selective Electrodes,Biosensors


NAME: tin SEIN
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: LABORATORY
TITLE: STUDENT
ADDRESS: Jurong west
               SINGAPORE, NOT APPLICABLE singapore1
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: STUDYING THE INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
INTERESTS: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY


NAME: Frank Settle
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Washington and Lee University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Science Center
               Lexington, VA 24450
PHONE: 540-458-8616
FAX: 540-458-8878
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://chemistry.wlu.edu/Settle2.html
SUMMARY: Retired from active research. Currently consulting editor for the 8th edition of Instrumental Methods of Analysis (Willard, Merritt, Dean, and Settle). Director of the Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues (http://alsos.wlu.edu)
INTERESTS: General Analytical Chemistry


NAME: Cheryl Shanks
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: ACS
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Editorial Offices
               Washington, DC
EMAIL:


NAME: sanjay sharma
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Industry
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Quality Control
TITLE: Sr. Manager QC
ADDRESS: 844,sector 4 ,Urban estate, Gurgaon (Haryana)
               Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
PHONE: 911-242-250
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Pharmaceutical analytical development
INTERESTS: Pharmaceutical


NAME: Michael Silveira
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Our Lady of the Lake College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Forensic Science Program, Department of Sciences
TITLE: Program Director, Forensics & Associate Professor,
ADDRESS: 5345 Brittany Drive
               Baton Rouge, LA 70808
PHONE: 225-768-0806
FAX: 225-768-1703
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: Total Synthesis of Natural Products. Retinoids & Cardenolides Catalytic Antibodies Chemo-immunoconjugates & Radio-immunoconjugates Catalytic DNA
INTERESTS: Biochemistry,Forensics,Organic Chemistry,Nucleic Acids,Monoclonal Antibodies,General Chemistry


NAME: Brett Simpson
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Coastal Carolina University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Physics
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: 109 Chanticleer Dr., East
               Conway, SC 29528
PHONE: 843-349-2233
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://kingfish.coastal.edu/chemistry/bsimpson/index.html
INTERESTS: analytical chemistry education,electrochemistry,chromatography,forensic chemistry


NAME: Scott Sinex
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Prince George's Community College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Physical Sciences & Engineering Dept.
TITLE: Professor & Chair
ADDRESS: 301 Largo Road
               Largo, MD 20774-2199
PHONE: 301-341-3023
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://academic.pgcc.edu/~ssinex
INTERESTS: Chemical Education,Molecular Visualization,Simulations in Excel


NAME: Dr. SUBODH K. SINGH
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Sinte Gleska University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Arts and Sciences
TITLE: Instructor
ADDRESS: PObox 1352
               Mission, SD- 57555
PHONE: 605-856-8215
FAX: 605-856-4194
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: I work on Natural hydrocolloids, I worked in industry for 10 years before joining teaching, presently I am working on Locust Bean Gum found in Northern plains tree(Ceratonia Siliqua)
INTERESTS: Natural products,Hydrocolloids,surfactants
Dr. SUBODH K. SINGH's Publications


NAME: Tim Smith
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Southeastern Okla St Univ
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry, Computer, and Physical Sciences
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: 1405 N 4th Ave, PO Box 4025
               Durant, OK 74701
PHONE: 580-745-2444
FAX: 580-745-7488
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.sosu.edu/st/physci/smith.html
SUMMARY: Our current research interest are in the area of high thoughput metabolite screening. We have been studing amino acids, carbohydrates, and small metabolites in a number of screening and bioinformatic projects. Methodologies include: CE, CE-LIF, CE-MS, LC-MS, GC-MS, GC-FID.
INTERESTS: CE,LC,GC,MS,metabolites,high throughput screening
Tim Smith's Publications


NAME: Richard Snook
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Manchester
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: School of Chem Eng and Analytical Science
TITLE: Professor of Analytical Science
ADDRESS: PO Box 88
               Manchester, United Kingdom M60 1QD
EMAIL:
INTERESTS: Laser spectroscopy,chemical sensors,photothermal spectroscopy,AFM,optical tweezers,ICP-MS


NAME: Tom Spudich
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Maryville University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: College of Arts & Sciences
TITLE: Associate Professor of Chemistry & Forensic Scienc
               St. Louis, MO 63141
PHONE: 314-529-9566
EMAIL:
INTERESTS: micromirror arrays,spectroscopy,forensic science applications,environmental analysis


NAME: Brett Stanley
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: California State University San Bernardino
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Biochemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 5500 University Parkway
               San Bernardino, California 92407
PHONE: 909-537-7218
FAX: 909-537-7066
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://chem.csusb.edu/~bstanley/
SUMMARY: I study heterogeneous adsorption and transport in liquid phase separation media and groundwater applications using chromatographic techniques such as frontal analysis to obtain sorption isotherms. We are currently looking at perchlorate and ion exchange. We are also studying protein and peptide separations using capillary electrophoresis.
INTERESTS: HPLC,ion exchange,capillary electrophoresis,atomic absorption spectrometry,environmental chemistry,water chemistry
Brett Stanley's Publications


NAME: Peter Stavros
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: The University of Chicago
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
               Chicago, Il
EMAIL:


NAME: Julie Stenken
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Univ of Arkansas
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry and Biochemistry
TITLE: Professor
PHONE: 479-575-7018
EMAIL:
INTERESTS: bioanalytical,chemical signaling


NAME: David Thompson
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Sam Houston State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: P.O. Box 2117
               Huntsville, Texas 77341
PHONE: 936-294-3270
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: My research program is focused on preparing novel Surface enhanced Raman sensing surfaces with improved sensitivity and selectivity. To achieve this we are developing sensors with multiple sensing layers that incorporate different sized particles to provide simultaneous enhancement at multiple wavelengths.
INTERESTS: Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy,Mesoporous Materials,Nanosensing,Nonlinear Ultra Fast Spectroscopy
David Thompson's Publications


NAME: Dr. Robert Thompson
TITLE: Professor of Chemistry
EMAIL:


NAME: Scott Van Bramer
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Widener University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: One Unviersity Place
               Chester, Pa 19013
PHONE: 610-499-4516
FAX: 610-499-4496
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://science.widener.edu/~svanbram/
SUMMARY: Solid State NMR of Lead Compounds.
INTERESTS: Mass Spectrometry,NMR,Computers


NAME: Hal Van Ryswyk
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Harvey Mudd College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 301 E. Platt Blvd.
               Claremont, California 91711
PHONE: 909-607-3908
FAX: 909-607-7577
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: tinyurl.com/hmchvr
SUMMARY: The dynamics of energy and electron transfer through space and across monolayers and multilayer assemblies.
INTERESTS: electrochemistry,materials science,environmental chemistry,forensic chemistry
Hal Van Ryswyk's Publications


NAME: Mark Vitha
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Drake University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor of Chemistry
ADDRESS: 2507 University Ave.
               Des Moines, Iowa 50311
PHONE: 515-271-2596
FAX: 515-271-1928
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.chem.drake.edu
SUMMARY: I am interested in the thermodynamic driving forces governing separation processes. I am also currently investigating the use of electrochromic and solvatochromic styryl dyes to probe the intramembrane potentials in vesicles.
INTERESTS: Chromatography retention mechanisms,Linear free energy relationships,Solvatochromism,Fluorescence studies of lipid vesicles


NAME: Mary Walczak
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: St. Olaf College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor & Chair
ADDRESS: 1520 St. Olaf Ave.
               Northfield, MN 55057
FAX: 507-646-3968
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.stolaf.edu/people/walczak
SUMMARY: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning with emphasis on general education courses.
INTERESTS: analytical chemistry,water quality,group work,role playing
Mary Walczak's Publications


NAME: Jeffrey Weidenhamer
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Ashland University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry, Geology & Physics
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: 401 College Ave.
               Ashland, Ohio 44805
PHONE: 419-289-5281
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.ashland.edu/~jweiden
SUMMARY: I study the chemical ecology of plants, and am particularly interested in development of new methods to analyze fluxes of natural products in the rhizosphere using polydimethylsiloxane-based sorbents.
INTERESTS: trace analysis,HPLC,GC-MS


NAME: Thomas Wenzel
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Bates College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Andrews Road
               Lewiston, Maine 04240
PHONE: 207-786-6296
FAX: 207-786-8336
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.bates.edu/x51735.xml
SUMMARY: My current research involves the use of NMR spectroscopy for chiral discrimination.
INTERESTS: Education,NMR spectroscopy,Chirality,Problem-based learning,Cooperative learning,Undergraduate research
Thomas Wenzel's Publications


NAME: Tom Werner
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Union College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Professor
ADDRESS: Union St.
               Schenectady, NY 12308
PHONE: 518-388-6335
FAX: 518-388-6795
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.union.edu/PUBLIC/CHMDEPT/faculty/werner/werner.html
SUMMARY: We are using fluorescence spectroscopy to study the binding of organic fluorophores to cyclodextrins and to relate fluorophore structure to fluorescence behavior.
INTERESTS: Fluorescence spectroscopy,Capillary electrophoresis,Cyclodextrins,Host-guest chemistry
Tom Werner's Publications


NAME: Stephanie Wilson
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemical Engineering Department
               Chattanooga, Tennessee
EMAIL:


NAME: Amy Witter
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Dickinson College
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Chemistry
TITLE: Associate Professor
ADDRESS: PO Box 1773
               Carlisle, PA 17013
PHONE: 717-245-1681
FAX: 717-245-1995
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://www.dickinson.edu/~witter
SUMMARY: chromatography, electrochemistry, gas-chromatography/mass spectrometry
INTERESTS: analytical chemistry,environmental chemistry


NAME: Adam Woolley
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Brigham Young University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
               Provo, UT 84602
EMAIL:
WEBSITE: http://people.chem.byu.edu/awoolley
INTERESTS: Analytical Bioanalytical, Chromatography/Electrophoresis, Materials, and Surfaces


NAME: Tykhon Zubkov
COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS, or AGENCY: Ball State University
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Department of Chemistry
TITLE: Assistant Professor
ADDRESS: Department of Chemistry, Ball State University
               Muncie, IN 47306-0445
PHONE: 765-285-8146
EMAIL:
SUMMARY: My research interests are in the chemistry of gas-solid and liquid-solid interfaces. I will be developing a research project focused on the surface chemistry of photocatalytic materials. The project goal is exploring new materials that would be able to efficiently harvest sunlight to degrade organic matter, especially chlorinated organics.
INTERESTS: surface chemistry, heterogeneous photocatalysis, analysis of surface species
Tykhon Zubkov's Publications