PhD, Stanford UniversityMS, Yale UniversityBS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Professor Parker studies organic chemical reactions in natural and engineered environmental systems. Her research has contributed mechanistic insight into photochemical processes in the coastal environment, advanced drinking water treatment processes, and the impact of salt from hydraulic fracturing operations or seawater intrusion on drinking water quality in affected communities. Currently, Professor Parker employs her expertise in environmental organic chemistry to investigate fundamental processes governing large-scale challenges in water quality and agriculture. Her research has been selected to receive Environmental Science & Technology’s Best Science Paper of the Year (2016) and the Paul V. Roberts/AEESP Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award.
Studies environmental organic chemistry in natural & engineered systems
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