Faculty/Staff Profile

Andrew F Callender, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Highest Degree University: University of Michigan
Department: Chemistry
Foster Hall (FOST) 410
PO Box: 5055
(931) 372-6273

Development of analytical techniques for the measurement of emerging pollutants in the environment.  Current focus is in spectroscopy of nanomaterials; microfluidic sensors for nitrate; the identification of algae metabolites by GC-MS. 

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Educational Background:

  • Ph.D. (Chemistry), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (April 2006). Dissertation: Dynamic Raman Studies of Mineralized Tissue. Advisor: Dr. Michael Morris.
  • M.S. (Chemistry), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (August 2003). Concentration: Analytical (Separations). Advisor: Dr. Mark Meyerhoff.
  • B.S. (Chemistry and Biology, summa cum laude), King College, Bristol, Tennessee (May 1999).

Areas of Specialty:

Raman spectroscopy; chemometrics; development of new analytical techniques for the detection of synthetic materials in the environment.

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