International Who's Who in Engineering, Who's Who in Engineering (1999)
Chairman, Thermal Science Research Group, University of Wisconsin (1993 - 1995)
Sigma Xi Research Award, University of Wisconsin
Invited lecturer, throughout the United States, Europe, & Mexico
Lockheed Martin, Milwaukee, WI 1997 - Present: System Engineering Risk Management Consultant
Conducted sensitivity and uncertainty analyses of effectiveness of fallback positions to prevent radioactive waste volume exceeding long-term capacity of underground storage tanks.
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 1990 - 1997: Assistant Laboratory Technician
Conducted research with Dr. Gail Lumpkin. Project focused on developing a tetra-dentate immobilized metal ion affinity chromatography gel. Used DMSO assay technique to determine what affect metal chelators have on the product of hydroxyl radicals during metal catalyzed of hydroxyl radicals during metal catalyzed oxidation reactions.
"Process for the Recovery of Strontium from Radioactive Waste Solutions" Presented at Emmanual Vasqueze International Conference on Chemical Storage, Mexico City, April, 1998
"Purex Pulse Studies - 1998", appeared in Modern Science, Spring 1999.
PhD, Chemical Engineering, 1995 University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Specialization in Pharmaceutical Chemistries.
Summer Internship with Bay Pharmaceuticals Corporation.
B.S., Chemistry, 1990 University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Additional courses in pharmaceutical science and chemical engineering.