This expert has a wide ranging expertise in organic chemistry, polymers, and materials science. He earned his doctorate at the California Institute of Technology and gained post-graduate experience at AT&T Bell Laboratories. His current research includes the synthesis, physical characterization, and application of dendritic and hyperbranched polymers and materials for marine applications, such as repellents for sharks and dolphins, sea lamprey control agents, and anti-fouling agents, food chemistry and cosmetic chemistry.
BS, Chemistry & Geology, Texas Christian University
PhD, Chemistry, California Institute of Technology
Published, 35+ peer-reviewed articles, 2 patents,
Former, Technical Staff, AT&T Bell Laboratories
Former, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Seton Hall University
Former, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Seton Hall University
Current, Professor of Chemistry, a NJ University