Associate Professor teaching General, Environmental and Analytical Chemistry Courses. Research focused on Air Pollution due to aerosols.
University of California Irvine, Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry, 2007
Chapman University, B.A. Chemistry, 2001
Chem 2100/2200: General Chemistry
Chem 3100: Chemistry and the Environment
Chem 3200: Quantitative Analysis
Chem 5200: Instrumental Analysis
Chem 5320: Atmospheric Chemistry
Chem 5800: Chemistry Seminar
Chem 6000: Advanced Environmental Chemistry and Geosciences
Chem 6900: Graduate Seminar
Research and Teaching Interests
Our group is working on developing techniques to measure aerosol composition (metals and organics) and toxicity (oxidative potential and mutagenicity). By linking aerosol composition to toxicity we can better understand not only how much aerosol pollution there is but the detrimental effects it can have. San Bernardino has been designated as a community of interest to reduce emissions causing air pollution issues.
In addition, we are collaborating with NASA researchers to analyze airborne measurements of air quality to improve satellite measurements of pollution in the United States (NASA DISCOVER-AQ mission) and South Korea (NASA KORUS-AQ mission).