I am a bioanalytical chemist with special interests in microfluidics and chemistry education. Currently, I am a postdoctoral scholar in the Allbritton lab at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. My research in the Allbritton lab focuses on the development and application of a microfluidic device to single cell enzyme assays. As part of the SPIRE program, I also had the opportunity to teach general chemistry and instrumental analysis at North Carolina A&T State University, where I developed a new laboratory manual and organized a semester-long service learning project. I like to extend my research and teaching interests beyond the classroom and participate regularly in outreach events geared toward science education.
Slides for my 2013 Pittcon talk, “Small Scale for a Large Audience,” are here.