Viet Dang, Ph.D., Assistant Scientist, serves as a Technical Director in the ATCL. He

received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering and Sciences from Clemson

University and completed postdoctoral training at the University of Florida. His research

focuses on small molecules and lipidomics.


Matthew Booth, Ph.D., Assistant Scientist, serves as a Technical Director in the ATCL.

He received his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Florida. He has

over 30 years of research and management experience in academic, industrial, and

independent/contract laboratory settings and has extensive experience in instrument

design, optimization, and troubleshooting, along with developing, validating and

performing methods for the isolation, detection, and quantitation of trace compounds in

biological and environmental matrices.


Marianne Kozuch, Ph.D., is a Chemist III in the ATCL. She has extensive experience

analyzing a variety of environmental contaminants, including pesticides and PAHs. A

specialty is fatty acid analysis, including saturated fats, as well as mono- and

polyunsaturated species.


Nancy Denslow, Ph.D., Professor, 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. She currently serves on the Executive Board of the Association for Biomolecular

Research Facilities (ABRF).


Stephen Roberts, Ph.D. Professor, serves as administrative director of the ATCL, as

well as Director of the Center for Environmental & Human Toxicology. He received his

Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Utah did a postdoctoral

fellowship in Pharmacokinetics at SUNY Buffalo. He has 40 years of experience in

conducting studies on the biological fate and effects of chemicals.