Sophia Lunt

Assistant Professor · Michigan State University

The Lunt Lab focuses on understanding the role of metabolism in supporting cancer proliferation, heterogeneity, and metastasis.

Cells Metabolomics Molecular Biology Mass Spectrometry LC-MS

Ron Priefer

Professor/Entrepreneur · MCPHS / New England Breath

Ron Priefer is an expert in NMR spectroscopy, materials science, liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry, research design, and Polymers.

Academic Advising Mass Spectrometry Organic Synthesis Research Organic Chemistry

Susan Olesik

Professor and Chair | Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry · The Ohio State University

Chemistry expert, revolutionizing our understanding of chromatography

Food Security Nanostructured-Based Materials for Separation Science Application Ordered Carbon Materials Enhanced-Fluidity Liquid Chromatography - EFLC Nanofibrous Substrates for Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry

Elan Barenholtz, Ph.D.

Associate Professor · Florida Atlantic University

Elan Barenholtz uses behavioral and embedded computational approaches to study the brain and behavior.

Embedded Computational Neural Models Perception and Learning Deep Learning

Chunyu Wang

Professor, Biological Sciences · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Applying nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to study Alzheimer's and other diseases.

Oncology Biochemistry Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Biomedical imaging Alzheimer's Disease

Angela Starkweather, Ph.D.

Associate Dean, Academic Affairs and Professor, Department of Nursing · University of Connecticut

Angela Starkweather, PhD, is an expert in symptom science, clinical trials, pain and pain mechanisms.

Omic Measures Symptom Science Biobehavioral Research Cancer Addiction

Stan Gee Louie, PharmD

Professor of Clinical Pharmacy & Director of Clinical Experimental Therapeutics Program · USC School of Pharmacy

Stan Gee Louie is a clinical and translational pharmacologist with three decades of clinical and drug development experience.

Accelerating wound healing properties Developing novel drug therapy to inhibit chronic inflammation in cancer, diabetes, and neurodegenerative disease. Drug development targeting viral infection and cancer. Metabolomic approaches to dissecting the molecular mechanism(s) driving pharmacologic responses.

Jessica Rouge, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry · University of Connecticut

Professor Rouge is an expert in enzyme-mediated assembly of nanomaterials and delivery of DNA and RNA into cells.

SELEX Therapeutic Oligonucleotides Gene Regulation Nanocharacterization

Lambert Doezema

Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry · Loyola Marymount University

Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Chemistry Atmospheric Chemistry Quantitative Analysis Instrumental Analysis Gas Chromatography

Robert Quinn

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry · Michigan State University

Robert Quinn's current research is on how the human microbiome is a consortium of microorganisms living on and in our bodies.

Bile Acid Metabolomics Microorganisms Microbiology Environmental and Evolutionary Biology

Dena McMartin

Associate Vice-President · University of Regina

Dena McMartin has developed and supported numerous academic and research partnerships within the university and with international partners.

Stormwater Quality Agricultural Water and Environmental Performance Monitoring Source Water Protection and Planning Chemical-Free Water Treatment Solutions Extreme Water Events & Climate

Ling Huang

Associate Professor of Chemistry · Hofstra University

Dr. Huang is a chemistry researcher and scholar who is noted for his work on designer drug analysis.

Designer Drug Detection Microfluidic Bioseparation Capillary Electrophoresis Forensic Ink Analysis Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

William Heyborne

Associate Professor of Biology · Southern Utah University

Specializing in reptile and amphibian natural history, biological pedagogy, and animal venoms

Ecology and Evolution of Insects and Arachnids Herpetology Entomology Zoology Amphibians

Stephan Moll, M.D.

Professor · UNC at Chapel Hill

Dr. Moll’s clinical interest is coagulation and classical hematology, with a particular focus on thrombosis and anticoagulation.

Hematology Oncology Blood Flow Clotting Coagulation Thrombosis

Greg Boyce, Ph.D.

Expert in organic chemistry · Florida Gulf Coast University

Greg Boyce has a passion for organic synthesis and total synthesis of natural products.

Total Synthesis Organic / Inorganic Synthesis Chemicals in Household Settings Organic Chemistry Medicine and Drugs

Frank R. Hall

Dean of the College of Science and Engineering · Southern Utah University

Specializing in science and science education, and the intersection of science and society.

Community-based Learning and Research Higher Education Retention Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education Physical Science for Elementary School Teachers Minority Student Mentoring

Puspa Adhikari, Ph.D.

Expert in marine and environmental chemistry · Florida Gulf Coast University

Puspa Adhikari uses the ocean floor and water column to investigate the impact of Florida's red tide, organic pollutants and nutrients.

Gulf of Mexico Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Nutrients Organic Pollutants Marine and Environmental Chemistry

Jeremy Prokop

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Human Development · Michigan State University

The Prokop lab focuses on integrative biosciences for understanding genes and genetic variants.

Pediatrics and Human Development Integrative Biosciences Genes and Genetic Variants

Amanda M. Grannas, PhD

Associate Vice Provost for Research; Professor, Department of Chemistry · College of Liberal Arts and Sciences | Villanova University

Amanda Grannas, PhD in an expert in the study of snow and ice photochemistry, and the fate of organic pollutants in the Arctic.

Climate Change Environmental Chemistry Atmospheric Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Snow and Ice Chemistry

Stephen Frye, Ph.D.

Fred Eshelman Distinguished Professor of Pharmacy & Director, Center for Integrative Biology and Drug Discovery · UNC-Chapel Hill

Stephen Frye is a professor and director of the Center for Integrative Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery.

Chromatin Chemical Biology Medicinal Chemistry Drug Discovery Oncology