My interests span several disciplines but center on analytical
chemistry. Specifically I am interested in the development of
analytical techniques and instrumentation for the detection of
organometals in biological matrices. I am keenly interested in
hyphenated techniques such as GC-ICP-MS and the development of laser
ablation sample introduction for organometals speciation by GC-ICP-MS
and organo-identification by laser ablation GC-MS and GC-NCD.
Current research includes the development of chemical agent detection
systems, application of laser ablation ICP-MS to the study of the cell
cycle, and the burgeoning field of metallomics.
Dynamic Reaction Cell DRCII ICP-MS (Perkin Elmer)
LSX 213, 266(2) laser ablation systems (Cetac Technologies)
Clarus 500 GC-MS
Clarus 500 GC-FID-NCD-SCD
Clarus 500 – DRCII GC-ICP-MS system with custom heated transfer line