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Detroit Mercy well-represented at chemistry conference

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November 27, 2017

The chemistry and biochemistry department at Detroit Mercy was well-represented at the ANACHEM Symposium held at the Burton Manor in Livonia earlier this month.

Chemistry and biochemistry associate professors, Dr. Kendra Evans and Dr. Kate Lanigan were part of the symposium leadership team.

In addition, chemistry and biochemistry undergraduate students presented three posters:

  1. Justin Pothoof, Tiffany Tieu Ngo, Michele Bhagwagar, and Mark Benvenuto -- Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of a Series of Copper-Based Coins of the Indo-Parthian King Gondophares I
  2. Daniel Dayfield, Kaitlin Lambert, Danielle Maxwell, Ila Sayed, Victoria Torres, Katherine Yacoo, Kaldoun Barawi, Noor Abraham, Rachelle Belanger, Elizabeth Roberts-Kirchhoff, and Kendra Evans -- Examining Atrazine Accumulation and Histological Changes in the Hepatopancreas of Crayfish Post-Exposure
  3. Daniel Dayfield, Carly Fiorido, Kaitlin Lambert, Karam Marji, Kayla Marshall, Danielle Maxwell, Ila Sayed, Victoria Torres, Katherine Yacoo, Kaldoun Barawi, Noor Abraham, Rachelle Belanger, Elizabeth Roberts-Kirchhoff, and Kendra Evans -- Development and Validation of a Method Using QuEChERS and Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry for Atrazine Determination 

The annual ANACHEM Symposium joins forces with the local section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) to organize a one-day symposium and exhibit in the Fall which promotes student research.

The Association of Analytical Chemists (The ANACHEMS) was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1942 to serve the professional needs of chemists in the Detroit Area.  

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