Gregory Dooley

Asstant Professor - Center for Environmental Medicine Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences

137A Physiology

970-491-5128

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About Gregory

Dr. Dooley is the Director of the Center for Environmental Medicine (CEM) Analytical Laboratory and supervises all the organic chemical analysis performed in the laboratory. His research involves the development of analytical methods utilizing state of the art instrumentation to measure organic molecules of current interest. With the rapid improvements in analytical technologies, we are able to greatly improve the selectivity and sensitivity of our analytical methods for trace level chemical analysis.

Education

Ph.D. - Toxicology, Colorado State University, 2007M.S. - Environmental Toxicology, The University of Georgia, 2002B.S. - Fisheries Biology, Frostburg State University, 2000

                
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