Nancy Denslow, PhD. Professor & Interim Chair, Department of Physiological Sciences & Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology, oversees the aquatic bioanalytical and toxicity assays conducted by the ATCL. She previously served for 15 years as the Director of the Protein Chemistry and Molecular Biomarkers Core Facility at the University of Florida.
Christopher J Martyniuk, PhD. Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology Department of Physiological Sciences, Dr. Martyniuk is an internationally recognized expert in molecular toxicology and comparative endocrinology, focused on defining adverse outcome pathways for both endocrine and non-endocrine pathways in aquatic organisms.
John Bowden, PhD. Professor, has over 15 years of experience with chromatography and mass spectrometry. He has experience in both targeted and nontargeted mass spectrometric workflows, with both LC and GC systems, and has expertise covering the range of biological markers to anthropogenic pollutants.
Marianne Kozuch, PhD, Chemist III, has extensive experience analyzing a variety of environmental contaminants, including pesticides, PAHs, fatty acid analysis, including saturated fats, as well as mono- and polyunsaturated species. She specialized in the analysis of elements by ICP-MS
Mohammad-Zaman Nouri, PhD. Assistant Scientist, performs analyses of steroid hormones, endocrine disruptors, and cannabinoid compounds as well as lipidomics using targeted LC-MS/MS.
Kevin Kroll, SR Chemist. Scientific laboratory manager, performs non routine method development analysis, optimizing and troubleshooting protocols to identify or quantify trace compounds in a wide variety of relevant biological and environmental matrices.