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Past members of the μAC Lab

Our lab has been extremely fortunate to have the visit of these researchers. Many thanks for your contributions to the team!

Portrait of Makenzie ReynoldsMakenzie Reynolds graduated from Gardner-Webb University with a BS in Chemistry. She completed her MS project in 2020, working on the development of paper-based sensors for the detection of ammonia. Her first paper describing this sensor was published in Microchemical Journal.

Portrait of Laura McCannLaura McCann came to our lab as part of the EUREKA! Honors summer research program. Laura has been focused on the field of protein adsorption and has already published her first paper. In addition to traveling to Brazil (as part of our iRES Program, learning Spanish in Seville, participating in the Nuclear Chemistry Summer School, she received the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, the 2020 Department of Chemistry Senior Researcher Award, and a Graduate Research Fellowship the National Science Foundation... all that with the same smile! What an honor has been to work with you.

Portrait of Bryan LagasseCaptain Bryan Lagasse graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2010 with a BS in Chemistry. He completed his MS degree at Clemson in 2020 conducting research on the thermal degradation of chemical warfare agents and their simulants. He is now on his way to West Point for his next assigment.

Portrait of Kathleen MoweryKathleen Mowery graduated from Furman University with a BS in chemistry. She contributed to the development of transparent carbon electrodes and then focused her attention on the detection of contaminants. After graduating from the MS program, she expects to apply her knowledge to the field of forensics.

Portrait of LuzLuz Amparo Hernandez Carabali graduated from Universidad del Valle, Cali-Colombia, with a BS in Chemistry. She also holds a master degree from the Centro de Investigación en Ciencia Aplicada y Tecnología Avanzada - IPN in Mexico City, where she is now finishing her PhD. She joined our lab to learn about capillary electrophoresis and the use of this technique to understand the photocatalytic mechanisms involved in the degradation of various contaminants present in wastewater. Read more...

Portrait of Dr. BoggioDr.Norberto Boggio visited our lab from the Department of Micro and Nanotechnology at the National Commission of Atomic Energy (Argentina). He is interested in the development and characterization of thin-film sensors of semiconductor materials, the implementation of micro and nanofabrication techniques for gas sensors as well as the characterization of materials using spectrometric techniques (LIBS, TOF, Ion mobility spectrometry). Read more...


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