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Professor Myrna Simpson

Myrna obtained a BSc and PhD from the University of Alberta and is currently a Professor of Environmental Chemistry. She is also the Associate Director of the Environmental NMR Centre and the Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Integrative Molecular Biogeochemistry.

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Dr. Ronald Soong

Ronald has a BSc and PhD from the University of Toronto. He is a Senior Research Associate and is responsible for daily operations in the Environmental NMR Centre and NMR operations in the TRACES Centre.

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Dr. Muhammed Usman

Usman is a postdoctoral fellow whose research focuses on organo-mineral interactions in clays with particular emphasis on highly compacted bentonite. His research will use state-of-the-art analytical techniques to determine the reactivity of natural organic matter in bentonite clays.

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Maryam Tabatabaei Anraki

Maryam is a research assistant who lends her expertise in analytical and environmental chemistry to various projects within the group. Maryam is also completing her PhD in Environmental Sciences with Prof. A. Simpson.

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Meiling Man

Meiling is a PhD student in Environmental Sciences. Her research focuses on climate change impacts on soil organic matter biogeochemistry in agricultural ecosystems.

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Lisa Labine

Lisa is a PhD student in Environmental Chemistry. Her research will examine sub-lethal toxicity of Daphnia magna using metabolomics by NMR and MS.

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Huan (Phoebe) Tong

Phoebe is a PhD student in the Environmental Sciences graduate program. Her reserach will focus on the molecular biogeochemistry of soil-derived dissolved organic matter.

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Erico Oliveira Pereira

Erico is a PhD student in Environmental Science. His research will focus on the environmental metabolomics of Daphnia magna exploiting techniques such as NMR and MS for both non-targeted and targeted analyses

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Shannon Oliphant

Shannon is a M. Sc. Student in Environmental Chemistry. Her research focuses on the chemistry of natural organic matter in bentonite clay that is being used as an engineered barrier for the long-term storage of used nuclear fuel.

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Nahidha Jauhar

Nahidha is an undergraduate student in Environmental Chemistry and a Centre for Global Change Science Summer Research Student.  She is studying how litter manipulation alters carbon biogeochemistry in forests.

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