MAMML Alumni

 

Lucy Thurston, 2003

Ph.D. Chemistry, The University of Memphis, 2008

Dissertation Title
Fundamental and Applied Studies of Nicotinamide as a Reagent of DBPs, Degree Conferred December, 2008.

Currently employed as a staff scientist for Marathon Oil


Michael Brown, 2003

Ph.D. Chemistry, The University of Memphis, 2008

Dissertation Title
Fundamental and Applied Studies of Nicotinamide as a Reagent of DBPs, Degree Conferred August, 2008.

 


Paul Simone, Jr., 2003

Ph.D. Chemistry, The University of Memphis, 2008

Dissertation Title
Fundamental and Applied Studies of Nicotinamide as a Reagent of DBPs, Degree Conferred August, 2008.

Previously on faculty at The Citdel in Charleston, SC

Currently on faculty at The University of Memphis


Gija Geme, 2002

Ph.D. Chemistry, The University of Memphis, 2007

Dissertation Title
Fundamental Studies of the Reaction between Nicotinamide and Drinking Water Disinfection By-Products with Application to On-Line Monitoring, Degree Conferred August, 2007.

Currently on faculty at The University of Central Missouri

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Mostafizur Rahman, 2003

Ph. D. Chemistry, The University of Memphis

Co-Mentored with Dr. Tom Sutter at Feinstone Cancer Research Center, The University of Memphis

Currently a Post-Doc at the Feinstone Cancer Research Center, The University of Memphis

 


Gang Cao, 2001
M.S. Chemistry, The University of Memphis, 2004

Thesis Title
Further Applications of Supported Capillary Membrane Sampling-Gas Chromatography, Degree Conferred August, 2004.

Currently a Ph.D. Student in Environmental Engineering at The University of Florida


Neena Joshi, 2002

M.S. Chemistry, The University of Memphis, 2004

Thesis Title
Developing Solid Phase Microextraction Methods for Drinking Water Disinfection By-Products, Degree Conferred August, 2004.

 


Sam Cron, 1998

Ph.D Environmental Science, Arkansas State University, 2002
M.S., Arknasas State University
B.S., Arkansas State University

Dissertation Title
Developing Alternative Methods for Measuring Ozone Concentrations in Water

Currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Arkansas State University


Paul Brister, 2000

B.S. Chemistry 2001

Completed Ph.D at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University

Currently employed in industry in St. Louis, MO

 


Sean Puckett, 1998

M.S. Chemistry, Arkansas State University, 2001
B.S., Arkansas State University

Thesis Title
Congo Red as a Chlorine Dioxide Reagent in Drinking Water

Completed Ph.D. in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Miami University

 


Zhaohui Liao, 1999

M.S. Chemistry, Arkansas State University, 2001
M.S., Jilin University
B.S., Jilin University

Thesis Title
Development of a Supported Capillary Membrane Sampler for the Analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds in Drinking Water

Completed Ph.D. in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Arizona


Chris N. Duty, 1998

M.S.Chemistry, Arkansas State University, 2000
B.S., Arkansas State University, 1998

Thesis Title
Application of a Supported Capillary Membrane Sampler for the Analysis of Organic Compounds in Water

 


Hui Zhang, 1998

M.S. Chemistry, Arkansas State University, 1999

Thesis Title
A Survey of New and Existing Chlorine Dioxide Methods