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Honors and Awards

Start year End year Honor Organization
1. 2013 ACS Analytical Division Instrumentation Award American Chemical Society (ACS)
2. 2013 2007 ACS Analytical Division Instrumentation Award American Chemical Society (ACS)
3. 2012 The Gill Prize in Instrumentation and Measurement Science NA
4. 2012 Ralph N. Adams Award The Pittsburgh Conference
5. 2011 Benedetti-Pichler Award in Microanalysis NA
6. 2011 Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry Eastern Analytical Symposium
7. 2009 2011 Analytical Chemistry Young Innovator Award, 2009 –2011 American Chemical Society (ACS)
8. 2010 Viktor Mutt prize International Regulatory Peptide Society
9. 2008 Engineering Research and Development Corp’s Award for Outstanding Team Effort Army Corp of Engineers
10. 2007 Pittsburgh Analytical Chemistry Award SACP
11. 2002 Instrumentation Award ACS Analytical Division
12. 2002 The Heinrich-Emanuel Merck Prize Merck Co
13. 1997 1999 University Scholar UIUC
14. 1998 Gordon Kirkbright Bursary Award University of Arizona (UA)
15. 1998 McPherson Award in Spectroscopy University of Arizona (UA)
16. 1998 Sigma Xi Travel Award University of Arizona (UA)
17. 1997 Arthur Findeis Award ACS Analytical Division
18. 1992 1997 Young Investigator Award NSF
19. 1993 1996 Searle Scholar Award Chicago Community Trust
20. 1991 Arnold O. Beckman Research Award UIUC
21. 1991 New Faculty Award Henry & Camille Dreyfus Foundation
22. 1991 Lester Strock Award (co-recipient) Society for Applied Spectroscopy
23. 1990 Ronald Belcher Memorial Award Stanford University
24. 1987 Tomas Hirschfeld Scholar Award University of Arizona (UA)
25. 1983 National Institute of Chemists' Student Award University of California at Davis
26. 1982 Eastman Kodak Undergraduate Honor Award University of California at Davis


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