Characterizing Azobenzene Disperse Dyes in Commercial Mixtures and Children’s Polyester Clothing
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Publication InfoOverdahl, Kirsten E; Gooden, David; Bobay, Benjamin; Getzinger, Gordon J; Stapleton, Heather M; & Ferguson, P Lee (2021). Characterizing Azobenzene Disperse Dyes in Commercial Mixtures and Children’s Polyester Clothing. Environmental Pollution. pp. 117299-117299. 10.1016/j.envpol.2021.117299. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/23213.
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Assistant Professor in Radiology
I am the Assistant Director of the Duke University NMR Center and a senior research associate in the Duke Radiology Department. I was originally trained as a structural biochemist with an emphasis on utilizing NMR and continue to use this technique daily helping collaborators characterize protein structures and small molecules through a diverse set of NMR experiments. Through the structural characterization of various proteins, from both planta and eukaryotes, I have developed a robust protocol
P. Lee Ferguson
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Dr. Ferguson is an Environmental Analytical Chemist who joined Duke in 2009 after six years as an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina. Research in the Ferguson laboratory is focused on development of novel methods for trace analysis of organic and nanoparticulate contaminants in the aquatic environment. Specifically, the laboratory uses high performance mass spectrometry techniques (e.g. UHPLC-Orbitrap MS/MS) to det
Dr. Getzinger is an Environmental Chemist specializing in the identification of organic contaminants by high-resolution mass spectrometry. As a research scientist in the Michael and Annie Falk Foundation Environmental Exposomics Laboratory, Dr. Getzinger works to develop chemical informatics tools for identifying unexpected or previously unreported contaminants in environmental media relevant to human and ecological health.Educat
Heather M. Stapleton
Ronie-Richele Garcia-Johnson Distinguished Professor
Professor Heather Stapleton is an environmental chemist and exposure scientist in the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. Her research interests focus on identification of halogenated and organophosphate chemicals in building materials, furnishings and consumer products, and estimation of human exposure, particularly in vulnerable populations such as pregnant women and children. Her laboratory utilizes mass spectrometry, including targeted and nontargeted a
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