Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Office: Meyer 253
Lab: Meyer 239
525 S Main St
Ada OH 45810
2011-present Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Ohio Northern University
2009-2011 Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Hobart & William Smith Colleges
Broadly speaking, my research interests include environmental and biogeochemistry. This is a very interdisciplinary program that incorporates chemistry, biology, geology, and limnology. My main focus in on sulfur and phosphorus. I currently have projects examining the role of marine phytoplankton in the production of methylated sulfur compounds, the permeability of these compounds across cell membranes as well as project aimed at developing new methods for dissolved phosphorus analysis and water quality in the Blanchard River. Interested students (including Freshmen) should contact me directly if interested in working on any of these projects.