Dr. Mitra's Research Groups
The folks below do most of the hard work. If it weren't for their natural curiosity, their perseverance and their ambition, the lab wouldn’t be able to function as well as it does. These students, both past and present, work on projects of interest to them, and with my help, design and conduct their own experiments. Some time is spent in the field collecting samples but a lot of time is also spent in the lab learning how to analyze trace organic chemicals. Contact me if you are interested in finding out about research projects in which you can participate.
Dr. Mitra's Current Students
Nidhi Patel is one of my current Graduate students who is studying climate and carbon sequestration by black carbon formation and expects to graduate in 2010
Glendon B. Hunsinger is one of my current Graduate students who is studying Natural and Anthropogenic Organic Matter Exchanges Between Freshwater-Tidal Wetlands and the Hudson River and expects to graduate in 2009
Josh Bartel is one of my current Undergraduate students who is studying organic contaminants in the Florida Everglades and their effect on oyster health and expects to graduate in 2010
Caitlin Bell is one of my current Undergraduate students who is studying triclosan and antibiotic resistance in North Carolina coastal waters and expects to graduate in 2010
Dr. Mitra's Past Students
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