Cholorine Resistance Polyamide Reverse Osmosis Membrane
Ph.D. - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, University of Denver; Denver, Colorado, May 1989.
THESIS: a-Amino Anion Synthetic Equivalents.
Developed a BIOMIMETIC synthetic method for the synthesis and elaboration of primary amines by reversible umpolung using imines.
M.S. - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, University of Denver, June 1984.
THESIS: Newer Chemistry of the Isomeric Benzoinphenylhydrazones.
B.Sc. - Honors Degree in POLYMER CHEMISTRY. Kingston University, Surrey, England, U.K., September 1980.
Project: Hydroformylation of Alkenes Using a Rhodium Catalyst.
Lecturer/ Director of undergraduate laboratories/ Manager of Mass Spectrometry Facilities. University of Denver. Jan. 97 to present.
Research Assistant Professor. Department of Chemistry and Geochemistry, Colorado School of Mines. June 1990 to July 1994 and Sep. 1995 to Dec. 1996. POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW. June 1989 to May 1990.
Instructor. Red Rocks Community College, September 1994 to Dec. 1997. Teaching courses in organic, and general chemistry.
Research Consultant. School of Pharmacy, University of Colorado. July-Dec. 94
Excellent teaching and organizational skills.
Mass Spectrometry of macro molecules.
Analytical method development for trace analysis of agrochemicals and metabolites using SFE, SFC, HPLC, CZE and GC.
Surface analysis techniques: SEM, XPS, AES, SIMS, and IR Microscopy
Membrane technology and Molecular Modeling of polymers.
Strong background in organic, analytical and polymer chemistry.
Polymer characterization and synthesis
Combinatorial techniques; SPPS, protein conjugates