Work with thought leaders and academic experts in analytical chemistry

Companies can greatly benefit from working with experts in the field of Analytical Chemistry. These professionals possess advanced knowledge and skills in analyzing and interpreting complex data, developing innovative analytical techniques, and solving challenging problems. By collaborating with an Analytical Chemistry researcher, companies can enhance their research capabilities, gain valuable insights into their products and processes, improve quality control and assurance, optimize manufacturing processes, and develop new and improved products. Whether it's in the pharmaceutical, environmental, food and beverage, or materials industry, partnering with an Analytical Chemistry expert can lead to significant advancements and competitive advantages.

Experts on NotedSource with backgrounds in analytical chemistry include Aimee Eggler, Michael Hickner, Keisha Walters, Edoardo Airoldi, Giuliana Noratto, Lea-Rachel Kosnik, Mengying Li, basanti deopura, Samiul Amin, Elizabeth Kish, Jonathan Moore, Jeff Kurish, David Studholme, Ryan Lefers, Nitin Pandey, Barry Setlow, Satya Avula, Patrick G. Grant, Ph.D., Alec McKendell, and Sonya Good.

Aimee Eggler

Villanova, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Villanova University
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (26)
Biochemistry
Biochemistry education
Cell culture
Oxidative stress
Natural products
And 21 more
About
Dr. Eggler has 20 years of experience in the field of redox biology, with a focus on the Nrf2 transcription factor, a master regulator of antioxidant, detoxification and anti-inflammatory genes. She is also an award-winning educator and the recipient of the Villanova University Junior Faculty Excellence in Teaching award. Her interests in education include innovation in teaching metabolism from a logic-based perspective.
Most Relevant Publications (2+)

25 total publications

Screening Method for the Discovery of Potential Cancer Chemoprevention Agents Based on Mass Spectrometric Detection of Alkylated Keap1

Analytical Chemistry / Sep 03, 2005

Liu, G., Eggler, A. L., Dietz, B. M., Mesecar, A. D., Bolton, J. L., Pezzuto, J. M., & van Breemen, R. B. (2005). Screening Method for the Discovery of Potential Cancer Chemoprevention Agents Based on Mass Spectrometric Detection of Alkylated Keap1. Analytical Chemistry, 77(19), 6407–6414. https://doi.org/10.1021/ac050892r

Insecticidal Activity of Cyanohydrin and Monoterpenoid Compounds

Molecules / Apr 03, 2000

Peterson, C., Tsao, R., Eggler, A., & Coats, J. (2000). Insecticidal Activity of Cyanohydrin and Monoterpenoid Compounds. Molecules, 5(12), 648–654. https://doi.org/10.3390/50400648

Michael Hickner

Michigan State University
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (43)
polymers : 3D printing : materials chemistry : energy : water
Colloid and Surface Chemistry
Biochemistry
General Chemistry
Catalysis
And 38 more
About
Michael Hickner is an accomplished researcher and educator with an extensive background in chemical engineering. He received his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech in 2003. For the past 15 years, Hickner has been a Rogerson Endowed Professor at Michigan State University, where he has conducted highly acclaimed research in the areas of sustainable energy technologies and nanomanufacturing. Previous to this appointment, Hickner was a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories, where he conducted post-doctoral research in the fields of materials science, nanotechnology, and catalysis. Given his diverse skill set and supportive leadership style, Michigan State students look to Hickner to provide them with the guidance, mentorship, and educational tools necessary to excel in the field of chemical engineering.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

217 total publications

Improved ATR-FTIR detection of hydrocarbons in water with semi-crystalline polyolefin coatings on ATR elements

The Analyst / Jan 01, 2018

Nam, C., Zimudzi, T. J., Wiencek, R. A., Chung, T. C. M., & Hickner, M. A. (2018). Improved ATR-FTIR detection of hydrocarbons in water with semi-crystalline polyolefin coatings on ATR elements. The Analyst, 143(22), 5589–5596. https://doi.org/10.1039/c8an01280f

Giuliana Noratto

Food Scientist PhD and Registered Dietician - Texas A&M University
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (40)
Food Science
human nutrition
disease prevention and treatment
Nutrition
Human Health
And 35 more
About
Dr. Giuliana Noratto is a senior associate research scientist at Texas A&M AgriLife. She received her Ph.D. in food science and technology from Texas A&M University System, and her M.Sc. in food science and technology from Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina. She also holds a B.S. in food science and technology from Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina. Dr. Noratto’s research interests include food safety and quality, sensory science, and food processing.
Most Relevant Publications (7+)

91 total publications

Prebiotic effects of yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius Poepp. & Endl), a source of fructooligosaccharides and phenolic compounds with antioxidant activity

Food Chemistry / Dec 01, 2012

Campos, D., Betalleluz-Pallardel, I., Chirinos, R., Aguilar-Galvez, A., Noratto, G., & Pedreschi, R. (2012). Prebiotic effects of yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius Poepp. & Endl), a source of fructooligosaccharides and phenolic compounds with antioxidant activity. Food Chemistry, 135(3), 1592–1599. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2012.05.088

Dark Sweet Cherry (Prunus avium) Anthocyanins Suppressed ERK1/2-Akt/mTOR Cell Signaling and Oxidative Stress: Implications for TNBC Growth and Invasion

Molecules / Oct 25, 2022

Silveira Rabelo, A. C., Mertens-Talcott, S. U., Chew, B. P., & Noratto, G. (2022). Dark Sweet Cherry (Prunus avium) Anthocyanins Suppressed ERK1/2-Akt/mTOR Cell Signaling and Oxidative Stress: Implications for TNBC Growth and Invasion. Molecules, 27(21), 7245. https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules27217245

Quinoa intake reduces plasma and liver cholesterol, lessens obesity-associated inflammation, and helps to prevent hepatic steatosis in obese db/db mouse

Food Chemistry / Jul 01, 2019

Noratto, G. D., Murphy, K., & Chew, B. P. (2019). Quinoa intake reduces plasma and liver cholesterol, lessens obesity-associated inflammation, and helps to prevent hepatic steatosis in obese db/db mouse. Food Chemistry, 287, 107–114. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2019.02.061

Non-anthocyanin phenolics in cherry (Prunus avium L.) modulate IL-6, liver lipids and expression of PPARδ and LXRs in obese diabetic (db/db) mice

Food Chemistry / Nov 01, 2018

Noratto, G. D., Lage, N. N., Chew, B. P., Mertens-Talcott, S. U., Talcott, S. T., & Pedrosa, M. L. (2018). Non-anthocyanin phenolics in cherry (Prunus avium L.) modulate IL-6, liver lipids and expression of PPARδ and LXRs in obese diabetic (db/db) mice. Food Chemistry, 266, 405–414. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.06.020

Red raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) intake decreases oxidative stress in obese diabetic (db/db) mice

Food Chemistry / Jul 01, 2017

Noratto, G. D., Chew, B. P., & Atienza, L. M. (2017). Red raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) intake decreases oxidative stress in obese diabetic (db/db) mice. Food Chemistry, 227, 305–314. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2017.01.097

Assessing non-digestible compounds in apple cultivars and their potential as modulators of obese faecal microbiota in vitro

Food Chemistry / Oct 01, 2014

Condezo-Hoyos, L., Mohanty, I. P., & Noratto, G. D. (2014). Assessing non-digestible compounds in apple cultivars and their potential as modulators of obese faecal microbiota in vitro. Food Chemistry, 161, 208–215. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2014.03.122

Potential of tara (Caesalpinia spinosa) gallotannins and hydrolysates as natural antibacterial compounds

Food Chemistry / Aug 01, 2014

Aguilar-Galvez, A., Noratto, G., Chambi, F., Debaste, F., & Campos, D. (2014). Potential of tara (Caesalpinia spinosa) gallotannins and hydrolysates as natural antibacterial compounds. Food Chemistry, 156, 301–304. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2014.01.110

Lea-Rachel Kosnik

Professor of Economics, University of Missouri-St. Louis, a leading expert on hydropower regulation in the U.S., and other energy and environmental issues
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (38)
Environmental Economics
Energy Economics
Environmental Justice
Text/Content Analysis
Public & Regulatory Economics
And 33 more
About
Lea-Rachel Kosnik is a Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She received her BA and MA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and her PhD from the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research focuses on renewable energy and climate change, and she is considered a leading expert on the topic of hydroelectric energy generation in the U.S., and hydropower regulation by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. In recent years her research has expanded to include analyses of the academic economics profession itself, including with a focus on gender issues and DEI initiatives. Methodologically, her skill set includes textual analysis and natural language processing, along with traditional econometric techniques. In 2016 she received an honorable mention for article of the year from *Contemporary Economic Policy*, and in 2022 she gave the keynote address to the Illinois Economics Association. Dr. Kosnik is perhaps best known (in a service capacity) as the Association of Environmental and Resource Economist’s (AERE’s) Midwest representative, annually organizing the full track of AERE-sponsored environmental sessions at the Midwest Economic Association meetings. Dr. Kosnik has also served as President, Past-President, and Board Member of the Transportation and Public Utilities Group (TPUG), and as a Department Chair.

Samiul Amin

Professor of Practice at University of Miami Professor of Practice and Director ECAP at University of Miami with expertise in Formulation Design, Rheology, Biosurfactants, Biopolymers and Materials Science.
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (50)
Complex Fluids
Rheology
Microrheology
Protein Aggregation
Colloid and Surface Chemistry
And 45 more
About
With over 22 years of industry and academic experience in SoftMatter, colloids, and complex fluids, I am a Professor of Practice and Director of the Engineering Corporate Affiliate Program (ECAP) at the University of Miami. My mission is to bridge the gap between engineering education/research and industry needs, and to foster a culture of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship among students and faculty. I am also co-founder of FastFormulator a Formulation Design Lab developing novel sustainable formulations for a wide range of industries utilizing an integrated approach of High THroughput FOrmulation Automation/Advanced CHaracterization/AI-ML and based on deep colloid science/complex fluids insights. <br> As a leading researcher and consultant in formulation design and performance optimization of consumer, cosmetic, biopharmaceutical, and homecare products, I collaborate with multiple global companies and organizations to develop novel and sustainable solutions based on high throughput formulation, AI/ML, advanced characterization and novel sustainable materials. I also teach courses in polymers, surfactants, emulsions, rheology, tribology, and innovation management, and chair international conferences in my field of expertise. I am passionate about advancing the science and engineering of complex fluids and cosmetics, and sharing my knowledge and insights with the next generation of engineers and innovators.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

68 total publications

Combined Dynamic Light Scattering and Raman Spectroscopy Approach for Characterizing the Aggregation of Therapeutic Proteins

Molecules / Dec 12, 2014

Lewis, E., Qi, W., Kidder, L., Amin, S., Kenyon, S., & Blake, S. (2014). Combined Dynamic Light Scattering and Raman Spectroscopy Approach for Characterizing the Aggregation of Therapeutic Proteins. Molecules, 19(12), 20888–20905. https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules191220888

Jonathan Moore

Genome edit designer
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (55)
Data science
Genome editing
Bioinformatics
Evolution
Biodiversity
And 50 more
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

72 total publications

Metabolic Switches and Adaptations Deduced from the Proteomes of Streptomyces coelicolor Wild Type and phoP Mutant Grown in Batch Culture

Molecular &amp; Cellular Proteomics / Feb 01, 2012

Thomas, L., Hodgson, D. A., Wentzel, A., Nieselt, K., Ellingsen, T. E., Moore, J., Morrissey, E. R., Legaie, R., The STREAM Consortium, Wohlleben, W., Rodríguez-García, A., Martín, J. F., Burroughs, N. J., Wellington, E. M. H., & Smith, M. C. M. (2012). Metabolic Switches and Adaptations Deduced from the Proteomes of Streptomyces coelicolor Wild Type and phoP Mutant Grown in Batch Culture. Molecular &amp; Cellular Proteomics, 11(2), M111.013797. https://doi.org/10.1074/mcp.m111.013797

David Studholme

Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor at University of Exeter
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (55)
Genetics
Multidisciplinary
Molecular Biology
Molecular Medicine
Microbiology
And 50 more
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

190 total publications

Multidimensional Protein Identification Technology (MudPIT) Analysis of Ubiquitinated Proteins in Plants

Molecular &amp; Cellular Proteomics / Apr 01, 2007

Maor, R., Jones, A., Nühse, T. S., Studholme, D. J., Peck, S. C., & Shirasu, K. (2007). Multidimensional Protein Identification Technology (MudPIT) Analysis of Ubiquitinated Proteins in Plants. Molecular &amp; Cellular Proteomics, 6(4), 601–610. https://doi.org/10.1074/mcp.m600408-mcp200

Ryan Lefers

Arizona
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (22)
Water
Desalination
Sustainable Agriculture
Controlled Environment Agriculture
Aquaponics
And 17 more
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

13 total publications

Vacuum membrane distillation of liquid desiccants utilizing hollow fiber membranes

Separation and Purification Technology / Jun 01, 2018

Lefers, R., Bettahalli, N. M. S., Fedoroff, N., Nunes, S. P., & Leiknes, T. (2018). Vacuum membrane distillation of liquid desiccants utilizing hollow fiber membranes. Separation and Purification Technology, 199, 57–63. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seppur.2018.01.042

Nitin Pandey

Assistant Professor of Physiology and Neuroscience, University of Southern California
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (31)
Protein misfolding
Neurodegeneration
Surfaces, Coatings and Films
Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
Materials Chemistry
And 26 more
Most Relevant Publications (2+)

27 total publications

Effects of urea, metal ions and surfactants on the binding of baicalein with bovine serum albumin

Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis / Aug 01, 2016

Roy, A. S., Dinda, A. K., Pandey, N. K., & Dasgupta, S. (2016). Effects of urea, metal ions and surfactants on the binding of baicalein with bovine serum albumin. Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis, 6(4), 256–267. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpha.2016.04.001

Lipid-modulation of membrane insertion and refolding of the apoptotic inhibitor Bcl-xL

Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Proteins and Proteomics / Jul 01, 2019

Vasquez-Montes, V., Vargas-Uribe, M., Pandey, N. K., Rodnin, M. V., Langen, R., & Ladokhin, A. S. (2019). Lipid-modulation of membrane insertion and refolding of the apoptotic inhibitor Bcl-xL. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Proteins and Proteomics, 1867(7–8), 691–700. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbapap.2019.04.006

Barry Setlow

Dept. of Psychiatry; Center for Addiction Research and Education, University of Florida
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (36)
Neuroscience
General Neuroscience
Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
Cognitive Neuroscience
Neuropsychology and Physiological Psychology
And 31 more
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

111 total publications

Simultaneous quantification of cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol and CB1 receptor antagonist in rat plasma: An application to characterize pharmacokinetics after passive cannabis smoke inhalation and co-administration of rimonabant

Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis / Oct 01, 2018

Ravula, A., Chandasana, H., Setlow, B., Febo, M., Bruijnzeel, A. W., & Derendorf, H. (2018). Simultaneous quantification of cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol and CB1 receptor antagonist in rat plasma: An application to characterize pharmacokinetics after passive cannabis smoke inhalation and co-administration of rimonabant. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 160, 119–125. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpba.2018.07.004

Satya Avula

Cleveland State University
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (8)
Chromatography
Mass Spectrometry
Analytical Method Validation
Small molecules
Lipidomics
And 3 more
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

5 total publications

Determination of fatty acid methyl esters derived from algaeScenedesmus dimorphusbiomass by GC-MS with one-step esterification of free fatty acids and transesterification of glycerolipids

Journal of Separation Science / Apr 19, 2017

Avula, S. G. C., Belovich, J. M., & Xu, Y. (2017). Determination of fatty acid methyl esters derived from algaeScenedesmus dimorphusbiomass by GC-MS with one-step esterification of free fatty acids and transesterification of glycerolipids. Journal of Separation Science, 40(10), 2214–2227. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1002/jssc.201601336

Patrick G. Grant, Ph.D.

California
Multi Discipline Experience with Multiple Open Inovation Solutions
Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (42)
Multidisciplinary
General Agricultural and Biological Sciences
General Chemistry
Toxicology
Mechanical Engineering
And 37 more
Most Relevant Publications (4+)

41 total publications

A quantitative minimally invasive assay for the detection of metals in the stratum corneum

Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis / Mar 01, 2000

Cullander, C., Jeske, S., Imbert, D., Grant, P. G., & Bench, G. (2000). A quantitative minimally invasive assay for the detection of metals in the stratum corneum. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 22(2), 265–279. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0731-7085(99)00248-4

Attomole quantitation of protein separations with accelerator mass spectrometry

ELECTROPHORESIS / Jun 01, 2001

Vogel, J. S., Grant, P. G., Buchholz, B. A., Dingley, K., & Turteltaub, K. W. (2001). Attomole quantitation of protein separations with accelerator mass spectrometry. ELECTROPHORESIS, 22(10), 2037–2045. https://doi.org/10.1002/1522-2683(200106)22:10<2037::aid-elps2037>3.0.co;2-8

Steady-State Asymmetric Nanospray Dual Ion Source for Accurate Mass Determination within a Chromatographic Separation

Analytical Chemistry / Jul 06, 2007

Young, N. L., Sisto, M. C., Young, M. N., Grant, P. G., Killilea, D. W., LaMotte, L., Wu, K. J. J., & Lebrilla, C. B. (2007). Steady-State Asymmetric Nanospray Dual Ion Source for Accurate Mass Determination within a Chromatographic Separation. Analytical Chemistry, 79(15), 5711–5718. https://doi.org/10.1021/ac070446z

α-Particle Energy Loss Measurement of Microgram Depositions of Biomolecules

Analytical Chemistry / Jul 11, 2003

Grant, P. G., Palmblad, M., Murov, S., Hillegonds, D. J., Ueda, D. L., Vogel, J. S., & Bench, G. (2003). α-Particle Energy Loss Measurement of Microgram Depositions of Biomolecules. Analytical Chemistry, 75(17), 4519–4524. https://doi.org/10.1021/ac034170g

Alec McKendell

Most Relevant Research Interests
Analytical Chemistry
Other Research Interests (6)
Clinical Biochemistry
General Medicine
Biotechnology
Instrumentation
Biomedical Engineering
And 1 more
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

1 total publications

In-Depth Characterization of Endo-Lysosomal Aβ in Intact Neurons

Biosensors / Aug 20, 2022

McKendell, A. K., Houser, M. C. Q., Mitchell, S. P. C., Wolfe, M. S., Berezovska, O., & Maesako, M. (2022). In-Depth Characterization of Endo-Lysosomal Aβ in Intact Neurons. Biosensors, 12(8), 663. https://doi.org/10.3390/bios12080663

Example analytical chemistry projects

How can companies collaborate more effectively with researchers, experts, and thought leaders to make progress on analytical chemistry?

Pharmaceutical Drug Development

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Environmental Monitoring

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