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OUR Team

Graduate Students

Undergraduate Students

Project Seed Students

Visiting Scholars

 

...diversity makes us a strong team, click here to know where we are from...

 

Principal Investigator
Dr. Emanuela Gionfriddo
Assistant Professor 

Dr. Gionfriddo received her B.Sc. (2008) and M.Sc. (2010) in Chemistry and her Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry (2013) at University of Calabria (Italy). She joined Prof. Pawliszyn’s group at the University of Waterloo (ON, Canada) in 2014 as Post-Doctoral Fellow and manager of the Gas-Chromatography section of the Industrially Focused Analytical Research Laboratory (InFAReL), and in 2017 became a Research Associate.

Since January 2018 she joined the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Toledo (Ohio, U.S.A.) as an Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry

Contacts

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2801 Bancroft St.- Mail Stop602 

Toledo, Ohio, 43606-3390

emanuela.gionfriddo@utoledo.edu

Office: 419 530 1508

Fax: 419 530 4403

GROUP MEMBERS

 
Graduate students
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Nipunika comes from Sri Lanka, she completed her B.Sc. in Chemistry (2015)  at the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka. She started her Ph.D. at the University of Toledo in Summer 2018, her work focuses on the development of solid-phase microextraction (SPME) methods for determination of contaminants and drugs in biological fluids by both liquid- and gas- chromatography.

email: nipunikadhanukshi.Hirimuthugodage@rockets.utoledo.edu

office:  419-530-1523

Ph.D. Student

NIPUNIKA H. GODAGE 

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Ronald (Ronnie) comes from Lucasville (Ohio), he completed his B.Sc. in Chemistry and Natural Sciences in 2018 at Shawnee State University,  with a double major in Chemistry and Geology. His work focuses on applications of solid-phase microextraction (SPME) and thin film microextraction (TFME) for contaminants analysis in environmental matrices.

email: Ronald.Emmons@rockets.utoledo.edu

office:  419-530-1523

Ph.D. Student

RONALD EMMONS 

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Ramin comes from Iran, he completed his B.Sc. (2018) in Chemistry at Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. He started his Ph.D. at the University of Toledo in summer 2019, his work focuses on the applications of solid-phase microextraction (SPME) to food analysis and metabolomics.

email: Ramin.Tajali@rockets.utoledo.edu

office:  419-530-1523

Ph.D. Student

RAMIN TAJALI

 
UnderGraduate students
 
We always welcome enthusiastic and dedicated undergraduate students that want to have a productive research experience.  
 
 
We will provide the necessary training and support, we expect commitment and enthusiasm.
 
For more info on undergraduate summer research funding opportunities click here 
 
 
Project seed students
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High School Student

RACHEL M. AVINA

Rachel is a junior at Sylvania Northview High School, she joined our lab for volunteer research in Summer 2018

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High School Student

ELIJAH LONG

Elijah is a senior at Emmanuel Christian High School, he joined our lab for volunteer research in Summer 2018, within the Project Seed program

 
Visiting sCholars
Scholars, who currently have their own funding source, and interested in visiting our group are encouraged to contact Dr. Gionfriddo for further information regarding current research projects. 
 
 Applications from individuals with prior experience in analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, food analysis, bioclinical analysis, metabolomics, chemometrics, separation science and sample preparation are particularly welcome.  
 
 

Visiting Master Student - University of Calabria

Giuseppe Gentile

Giuseppe comes from southern Italy, he completed his B. Sc. In Chemistry in (2017) at the University of Calabria UNICAL. He is currently completing his M. Sc. In Biomolecular Chemistry at the University of Calabria. During summer 2018 he carried out an internship at the University of York (UK) where he developed a solid phase extraction method using starch-derived mesoporous materials (Starbon ®) to detoxificate fermentable liquor obtained from hydrothermal conversion of lignocellulosic biomasses.
During his internship in the Gionfriddo’s Research Group, he will use SPME coupled with GC-MS to investigate the effectiveness of antimicrobial food packaging materials by monitoring bio-indicators of food dysregulation. 

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