|Georgetown University||Department of Chemistry
|Thank you for visiting the Jorabchi Group. Our group conducts fundamental and applied research in gas-phase ion generation and reactions. These studies yield new approaches to unravel mechanisms of environmental and biological phenomena. Please see the research page for current projects.|
|Fall 2015: Congratulations to
Kunyu Zheng for winning a poster award at SciX 2015!
Kunyu Zheng receives a Georgetown University conference tarvel award. Congratulations to Carina Minardi for successfully defending her PhD thesis!
Arjuna Subramanian and Feven Gezahegn start as freshmen at Princeton University and Haverfod College, respectively.
Postdoctoral researcher, Dr. Haopeng Wang, starts his industrial career at Agilent Technologies as a research scientist.
Welcome to the newest members of our group, Michael Dolan and Joseph Lesniewski!
Summer 2015: Welcome back to high school researchers, Arjuna Subramanian and Feven Gezahegn!
Congratulations to Carina Minardi for receiving a Georgetown University Environmental Initiative grant!
Jorabchi group receives a National Science Foundation grant to develop new methods for detection of halogenated compounds.
Spring 2015: Welcome to the newest members of our group, Peter Haferl and William McMahon!
Fall 2014: Warm welcome to Kunyu Zheng the newest graduate student member of the group!Congratulations to Jorabchi group members for their recognition in various competitions:
Carina Minardi is nominated as a member of the US graduate student deligate to attend 2015 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany.
Arjuna Subramanian was selected as a semifinalist in the Siemens Competition.
Feven Gezahegn won the best poster award among 2014 Wahsington DC area ACS Project SEED students.
Seong Jang started his freshman year in Princeton University.
June 2014: Warm welcome to summer scholars Jordan Beaver (REU undergraduate researcher), Arjuna Subramanian (high school researcher), Salman Ameri (high school researcher), and Feven Gezahegn (ACS SEED high school researcher)!
May 2014: Congratulations to Carina Minardi for passing her Phase IIB exam! Congratulations to Ninghang Lin for passing his Phase IIA exam!
April 2014: Seong Jang will attend Princeton University in Fall 2014. Congratulations Seong!
October 2013: Congratulations to Seong Jang for receiving the first poster prize among Washington DC area SEED students, and for being selected as regional semifinalist in Siemens Competition!
August 2013: Seong Jang completed his second summer research in our group as part of ACS Project SEED.
June 2013: Carina Minardi and Haopeng Wang presented their research at ASMS 2013 in Minneapolis.
March 2013: Two mass spectrometers were added to our fleet of instruments.
December 2012: We welcomed new graduate student Ninghang Lin.
October 2012: Carina Minardi presented her results on droplet-in-oil reagent delivery at SciX (former FACSS) 2012 in Kansas City.
November 2012-April 2013: Annie Ross from Oxon Hill High School completed her independent research in our group as part of her research practicum.
August 2012: We moved to a new state-of-the-art building (Regents Hall).
June 2012: Dr. Haopeng Wang joined the group as a postdoctoral researcher.
Congratulations to Seong Jang from Thomas Jefferson High School for receiving an ACS Project SEED summer support to do research in our group!
May 2012: Congratulations to Carina Minardi for receiving an NSF Graduate Fellowship!
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