An important aspect of Public Health is to understand the chemical and biological processes that regulate the fate of contaminants we release into the environment.
I joined Dr. Elsie Sunderland
‘s group in 2012. I combine fieldwork, laboratory analyses and experiments, and geochemical modeling to study biogeochemical processes affecting the transport and fate of Mercury
in aquatic ecosystems.
Mercury sampling using a teflon coated trace metal clean GO-Flo bottle
When I am not working, I like to spend time with my family: husband and 2 children (6 and 3), workout, read sci-fi and fantasy novels.
Oh, and I live in Pittsburgh, PA!
Methylmercury Auto-Analyzer (Tekran 2700)