Professor and Distinguished Scholar, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Adjunct Professor, Department of Physics
Acting Associate Dean, College of Agricultural, Life, and Physical Sciences
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
PhD graduate student
Research Area: SEOP (129Xe and 131Xe); ODESR; NMR; Pulse sequence development
Research Area: parahydrogen induced polarization (PHIP) of MRI contrast agents
Major: Civil Engineering
Research Area: Structural Engineering; In the Goodson Lab, I assist with grants management and procurement.
Research Area: Synthesizing imaging agents and hypoxia sensing molecules mainly for tumor imaging, which can be hyperpolarized via SABRE (Signal Amplification by Reversible Exchange). The long T1 times, stability and the ability of the molecule to bind to the SABRE catalyst are the key factors of interest.
MS Graduate Student
Research Area: Project: SABRE, PHIP
Major: Chemistry (biochemistry specialization)
Research Area: I am a helper within the lab, and I’m interested in researching things that include the natural world and things that affect people, I.e vaccinations and diseases.