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My research focuses on the synthesis and coordination chemistry of novel organomanganese and organoruthenium complexes towards catalysis. Our work seeks to probe the structures of intermediates that are typically implicated in catalysis.
My research consisted of surface analytical chemistry focused on PFASs detection, qualification, and quantification on various polymers, including microplastic pieces collected from the Great Lakes.
I use nonlinear second-order vibrational sum frequency generation spectroscopy along with complimentary techniques in order to elucidate the molecular organization and inter- and intramolecular interactions of neat liquids as well as binary solvent mixtures at hydrophilic and hydrophobic solid/liquid interfaces.
My research focuses on understanding the process of necroptosis, a type of controlled necrosis in terms of its execution, regulation and cellular fate by using different molecular biology techniques.
I have worked on the development of tools that allow us to calculate vibrationally resolved spectra in the near-infrared region for metal complexes with Oh and D3 point group symmetry.
I study a novel atmospheric pressure glow discharge that is used for atomic spectroscopy.
My research primarily concerned developing direct methods of analysis and ambient ionization platforms utilizing Fourier transform mass spectrometry. Applications were broad in the fields of –omics studies, ranging from the profiling of abiotic stress responses of soybean to the investigation of animal models of disease by mass spectrometry imaging.
My research focuses in studying the potential applications and capabilities of microwave heating in diverse analytical applications. By implementing systems specifically designed for focused-microwave fields we can greatly accelerate biochemical reactions and, also, expand the capabilities of ionization in mass spectrometry.