Nadia Carmosini, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, General Chemistry
Dr. Carmosini joined the Chemistry Department in 2009
Ph.D., Purdue University, Agronomy, 2009
M.Sc., University of Alberta, Biological Sciences, 2000
B.Sc.H., Queen’s University, Environmental Chemistry, 1995
My research interests involve developing an understanding of the conditions and processes that influence the fate of contaminants in the environment. In particular, my work is geared towards examining sorption, degradation, and transport processes that impact the fate of emerging contaminants, such as human and veterinary pharmaceuticals and personal care products, in lakes, streams, soils, sediments, municipal biosolids, and agricultural wastes.
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
4026 Cowley Hall