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Students:  University of Georgia, Ph.D. and Masters Recipients

1972   Earl B. Smith, Ph.D., “The Thermometric Titration of Proteins,” — Greenville General Hospital
1974   William D. Bostick, Ph.D., “The Thermometric Determination of Blood Coagulation” — ORNL
1973   Joseph H. Kennedy, M.S., “A Survey of Purity Assay by Differential Scanning Calorimetry” — Eli Lilly
1973   William B. Speg, M.S., “The Saponification and Analysis of Serum Triglycerides in MSO” —
1975   Larry D. Bowers, Ph.D., “Biochemical and Clinical Applications of Thermoanalytical Chemistry” — U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, Colorado Springs, CO
1975   Robert H. Callicott, Ph.D., “Selected Applications of Thermoanalytical Chemistry” — Procter & Gamble
1975   Leslie M. Canning, M.S., “The Thermochemical Analysis of Serum Urea Using an Immobilized Urease Packed Column” —
•Students:  University of Georgia – Ph.D. Recipients, continued•
1978   Larry F. Whiting, Ph.D., “Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Enzyme-Substrate Reactions by Differential Scanning Calorimetry” — Dow
1978   S. Richard Schifreen, Ph.D., “Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Flow Enthalpimetry in Clinical Analysis” — Promega Corporation, Madison, WI
1980   R. Cameron Dorey, Ph.D., “A Liquid Chromatography Detector for Transition and Rare-Earth Metal Ions Based on a Cupric Ion-Selective Electrode” — University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR
1977   Robert E. Adams, Ph.D., “Development and Application of a Totally Electrochemical pH-Stat and Controlled Current Acid-Base Analyzer for Biological Studies” — Southern Research Institute


Students:  University of Minnesota – Ph.D. Recipients

1981   Mark W. Watson, “Simplex Optimization in Gradient Elution High Performance Liquid Chromatography:  The Preparation and Characterization of Bio-compatible High Performance Liquid Chromatography Packing Materials — Du Pont
1983   Young T. Shih, “Trace Metal Analysis by High Performance Liquid Chromatography with n-Butyl-2-Naphthylmethyldithiocarbamate Complexes” — 3M Company
1983   William E. Barber, “Peak Shape Analysis in HPLC UV Visualization of Inorganic Anions by Reverse Phase Ion Interaction Chromatography” — Agilent Technologies
1984   James E. Brady, “Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Solvatochromism” — Hercules, Inc.
1984   Amy J. Muller, “The Preparation and Characterization of a High Performance Liquid Affinity Chromatography System” — Lucent Technologies
1984   Paul Sadek, “Elucidation of the Factors Responsible for Small Solute Retention and Irreversible Protein Binding in Reversed-Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography” — Analytical Consulting Laboratories
1987   Douglas Hanggi, “High Performance Dye-Ligand Affinity Chromatography Using Immobilized Triazine Dyes” — 3M Company
1988   Jung-Hag Park, “Headspace Gas Chromatographic Measurement and Applications of Limiting Activity Coefficients” — Yeung Nam University, Korea
1988   James Wade, “The Theory of Nonlinear Chromatography and Its Application to Affinity Chromatography” — CPKelco, San Diego, CA
1988   Martin P. Rigney, “The Development of Porous Zirconia as a Support for Reversed-Phase High-Performance Liquid Chromatography” — Echo Labs.
1988   Won-Jo Cheong, “Measurements of Limiting Activity Coefficients of Homologous Series of Solutes and Their Application to the Study of Retention Mechanism in Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatography” — Inha University, Korea
1990   David Schisla, “Hollow-Fiber Liquid Chromatography”  –Shell Development Company
1991   John A. Blackwell, “Metal-Ion Modified Zirconium Oxide Based Chromatographic Supports” — Rhodia, Inc., PA
1991   Thomas P. Weber, “The Development and Characterization of High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Supports Based on High Temperature Modified Porous Zirconia Micro-particles” — INEX Pharmaceuticals Corp., Burnaby, BC, Canada
1992   Alan J. Bergold, “High Performance Lectin Affinity Chromatography:  An Examination of the Thermodynamic and Kinetic Limitations of the Technique and the Development of an Alternative Elution Method” — Sigma–Genosys, The Woodlands, TX
1992   Jianjun Li, “Solvatochromic and Thermodynamic Studies of Retention in Gas Chromatography and Gas-Liquid Equilibria  —Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH
1993   David Eikens, “Applicability of Theoretical and Semi-Empirical Models for Predicting Infinite Dilution Activity Coefficients” —
1993   Randall A. Wanke, “Investigations into the Hydrogen Bonding and Hydrogen-Bond Aggregation Leading to Hydrogen-Bonded Crystal Formation” — Augustana College, Rock Island, IL
1994   Lifang Sun, “Polybutadiene-Coated Zirconia as a Biocompatible Reversed-Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography Support” – San Diego State University, San Diego, CA
1994   Lay Choo Tan, “Study of Retention Mechanism in Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatography” — Novartis, New Jersey
1995   Andrew J. Dallas, “Fundamental Solvatochromic and Thermodynamic Studies of Complex Chromatographic Media” — Donaldson Company, Inc., Bloomington, MN
1996   Clayton V. McNeff, “Synthesis and Use of Polyanine Coated Porous Zirconia for High Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography”) — ZirChrom Separations, Inc., Anoka, MN
1996   Jeffery D. Weckwerth, “Solvatochromic Studies of Retention in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography” — Hutchinson Technology Inc.
1997   Christopher J. Dunlap, “The Synthesis and Characterization of Dextran-Coated Zirconia as a Stationary Phase Material for High Performance Liquid Chromatography” — St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN
1997   Mark Vitha, “Thermodynamic and Solvatochromic Studies of the Fundamental Chemical Forces Governing Solute Interactions with Surfactant Micelles” — Drake University, Des Moines, IA
1997   Paul Jackson, “Chemically Modified Zirconia: Synthesis and Evaluation of Novel High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Materials” — St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN
1998   Andrew M. Clausen, “Synthesis and Characterization of a Chelator Modified Zirconia Support for BioChromatographic Applications” — Merck and Company, Inc.
1998   Yue Hu, “Synthesis and Evaluation of Novel Polymer-Coated Zirconia as Reversed and Ion-Exchange Stationary Phases” — BMS, New Brunswick, NJ
1999   Jianhong Zhao, “Synthesis, Evaluation, Application and Modification of a Novel Aromatic Polymer Coated Zirconia HPLC Support” — Pfizer, CT
2001   Aosheng Wang, “Multivariate Calibration of Retention in Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography” — Beckman-Coulter, St. Paul, MN
2001   Yun Mao, “Selectivity Optimization in Liquid Chromatography Using the Thermally Tuned Tandem Concept (T3C)” — Merck and Company, Inc., West Point, PA
2002   Brian Trammell, Ph.D., “Novel Stationary Phases on Silica and Zirconia for the Reversed-Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Separation of Acidic and Basic Analytes” — Patheon, Cincinnati, OH
2003   Jon Thompson, “High Temperature Ultrafast Liquid Chromatography” — Systec, Inc., New Brighton, MN
2004   Xiqin Yang, “Mixed-Mode Separations of Cationic Analytes on Polybutadiene Coated Zirconia and Octadecyl Silane Bonded Silica Phases” – GlaxoSmithKline, King of Prussia, PA
2005   Jun Dai, “Understanding Retention Mechanisms and Adjusting Selectivity of Basic Pharmaceutical Separations by Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatography” – Bristol-Myers Squibb, Lawrenceville, NJ
2005     Lianjia (Leo) Ma, "Acid Stable Hyper Crosslinked Stationary Phases for the Reversed Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Separation of Basic and Biological Analytes" - Schering-Plough, Union, NJ
2006     Adam Schellinger, "Improving the Speed, Transferability and Optimization in Gradient Elution Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography" - Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, IL
2006     Hao Luo, "A Silicon-Based Hydrophase Cation Exchange Phase for Water Soluble Pharmaceutical and Bioactive Anhydrous" - Schering-Plough, Union, New Jersey
2006     Xiaoli Wang, "Part I:  Fundamental and Applied Studies of Chromatographic Resolving Power for One in Proteamic Analysis.  Part II:  Transition Metal Based Chiral Station and Phases for Enantiomeric Separation" - Astrazeneca, Wilmington, DE
2007     Dwight R. Stoll II, "Fast, Comprehensive Two-Dimensional High Performance Liquid Chromatography" – Dept of Chemistry, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN
2010     Yu Zhang, “Hyper-crosslinked Stationary Phases for Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatography”, Millenium Inc., Boston, MA
2011     Chang yub Paek, “Carbon Clad Silica Phases for Repersed Phase liquid Chromatography”, Conoco, Ponca City, OK


Students:  University of Minnesota – Masters Recipients

1980   James E. Elvecrog, “A Thermochemical Unsegmented Flow System Bases on the Iodide Catalyzed Cerium-Arsenic Reaction” — 3M Company
1987   Peter R. Johnson, “Analysis of Serum Bile Acids with an Immobilized Enzyme Reactor by Flow Injection Analysis and Reverse Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography” — 3M company
1988   Martha Crowell-Gill, “The High Performance Liquid Chromatography of Metal Butylnaphthylmethyldithiocarbamates”
1988   Tina Wade, “The Study of Small Molecule-Ligand Interactions in High Performance Affinity Chromatography Using Immobilized Triazine Dyes” — North Hennepin Community College, Minneapolis, MN
1990   Wes Schafer, “The Use of Zirconium Oxide Sorbents in the Separation of Biological Compounds” — Merck, Sharp & Dohme Research Laboratories
1996   Li Li, “Studies of Retention Mechanisms and Stability of Horizontally Polymerized Bonded Phase for RPLC”) — Bristol-Myers Squibb, NJ
1999   James Paulson — Bristol-Myers Squibb, NJ
1999   Glenn Langenburg  — Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, State of Minnesota
2003   Matthew Bigert, “Selectivity Optimization Flexibility in Liquid Chromatography Using the Eluent Variable (X) Tuned Tandem Column Concept (XTTC): Solvent Tuned Tandem Column (STTC) and Ionic Strength Tuned Tandem Column (ITTC) Concepts” — Merck and Company, Inc., West Point, PA
2003   Ilya Tsukerman, “The Effect of Phosphate on Retention of Anti-Depressant Drugs on Polybutadiene-Coated Zirconia (PBD-ZrO2)” —
2008   Ke Huang — Pharmacy Program, University of Illinois, Chicago


Postdoctoral Research Associates

03/71-09/71  Christine Bowman, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
10/71-04/73 Stephen R. Betso, Ph.D., Ohio State University
09/76-09/77 Richard G. Leffler, Ph.D., Michigan State University
09/79-09/80  Rogers Gurira, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University
06/82-05/83  Xindu Geng, Ph.D., People’s Republic of China
01/83-08/85  Abul Hussam, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
01/88-07/88  Sarah C. Rutan, Ph.D., Washington State University
07/88-06/89 Chuck Lucy, Ph.D., University of Alberta, Edmonton
04/89-11/90  Yunke Zhang, Ph.D., University of New Hampshire
06/91-06/93  Hsui Ouyang, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
04/92-06/92  Hong-Bing Ding, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
09/92-09/93 Jacek Nawrocki, Ph.D., Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
09/92-03/94  Michael Annen, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
09/93-08/94 Jung-Hag Park, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
11/94-09/95 Asadollah Nasehzadeh, Ph.D., University of Surrey, United Kingdom
11/94-12/96  Jianwei Li, Ph.D., Purdue University
01/95-12/96 Arun Sathyagal, Ph.D., Purdue University
08/96-07/98 Ravi Ranatunga, Ph.D., University of Houston
01/97-02/98 Sabir Majumder, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
07/97-03/99 Mario Reta, Ph.D., Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto, Argentin)
05/98-09/99  Gary Mabbott
10/97-12/99 Cecilia Castells, Ph.D., National University of La Plata, Argentina
09/97-05/01  Bing-Wen Yan, Ph.D., Nankai University, People’s Republic of China
05/00-05/02 Dihua Jin, Ph.D., Purdue University
09/01-07/02  Bin Chen, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
01/02-05/03 Huqun Liu, Ph.D., University of New Hampshire
6/06-12/06    Yuming Huang, Ph.D., Nanjing University, People’s Republic of China
9/06-10/08    Xiaoping Li, Ph.D., Michigan State University, East Lansing
7/07-2/2009  Wenzhe Fan, Ph.D., University of New Hampshire, Durham
8/07-3/2009  Ayse Beyaz, Ph.D., University of Missouri, Rolla
9/08 – 6/09   Lawrence W. Potts, Ph.D., University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
12/08-3/11       Yuan Huang, Ph.D., University of Arizona, Tucson
3/09-8/09         Drew Dunwoody, Ph.D., University of Iowa, Iowa City
5/09-2/11         Haiwei Gu, Ph.D., Purdue University, West Lafayette
3/11-present     Arianne Soliven, University of West Sidney, Sidney
5/11-present     Imad Haidar Ahmad, Florida State University, Tallahassee