Lecturer, Chemistry Department, Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington.
I graduated with Ph.D. in 2013 from The University of Maine with research and publications in computational biophysical chemistry,
and have taught General Chemistry for many years at UMaine and elsewhere after I graduated.
I am familiar with modern concepts applied to undergraduate teaching lecture and lab, and I have
participated in several STEM workshops conducted by the University of Maine Chemistry department.
I am highly motivated, and enthusiastic about student success.
Student’s response to my teaching methods has been very enthusiastic and positive.
student teaching evaluations..
Here is a reprint of a paper that has been published recently.
- Experimental, theoretical and computational techniques for biophysical problems in drug design, testing and delivery.
- Membrane proteins known as ion channels or potassium channel simulation.
- Experimental work related to polymers, synthesis of polymer particles in Ionic Liquids.
- Preparation of biosensors by modifying surface of the carbon nanotube with Ionic Liquids and polymers to detect bio-molecules.