Jessica A. Lawson (Ph.D., 2015) – Research Engineer, VectorWorks, Johns Hopkins University
Influences of biological and physical heterogeneities on microbial transport through porous media

Dr. Débora Cynamon Kligerman (Visiting Scholar, 2014-15) – Senior Researcher, FIOCRUZ, National School of Public Health – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Pavlo Bohutskyi (Ph.D., 2014) – Postdoctoral Research Associate, Pacific Northwest National Lab – Richland, WA
Algal biofuels: enhancing energy yield, nutrient supply from waste and nutrient recycling from algal residues

Kexin Liu (M.S., 2013) – Ministry of Environmental Protection – Beijing, China
Microalgae cultivation for biofuel production: reuse of nutrients from wastewater and anaerobic digestion effluent

Dr. Vanessa Pereira (Visiting Scholar, 2012-13) – Research Associate, IBET & ITQB, University of Lisbon – Lisbon, Portugal

Kathryn M. Onesios Barry (Ph.D., 2012) – Staff Environmental Engineer, Arcadis – Cranbury, NJ
Biological removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products during simulated water recycling

Dr. Yongseok Hong (Postdoc, 2010-12) – Assistant Professor, Daegu University – Daegu, South Korea

Amar Wadhawan (Ph.D., 2012; Postdoc, 2012-14) – Senior Staff Engineer, Geosyntec Consultants – Columbia, MD
Geochemical influences on chromium speciation and fate in estuarine sediments; importance of redox interactions with manganese sulfide minerals

Qi Yao (M.S., 2012)
Evaluating the performance of a polyethylene passive sampler for detecting dissolved flame retardants (BFRs, OPs) in water using mathematical models

Pan Ji (M.S., 2012)
Laboratory development of a low-density polyethylene sampler for the quantification of dissolved polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in water

Lufeng Kuang (M.S., 2012)
Cultivation of microalgae in waste water

E. Marielle Remillard (M.S., 2011) – Los Alamos National Lab – Los Alamos, NM
Small but deadly? On the ecotoxicity of silver nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes

Ramya Nataranjan (M.S., 2010)
Anaerobic digestion of microalgae to produce methane

Andrew M. Graham (Ph.D., 2010) – Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Grinnell College – Grinnell, IA
Chromium fate and speciation in anoxic estuarine sediments: the role of reduced iron-sulfur minerals

Charles B. “Chip” Elliot (Ph.D., 2010) – Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton – Arlington, VA
Factors affecting thioarsenate speciation in sulfidic sediment pore water

Polina Belyantseva (M.S.E., 2010) – Geosyntec Consultants – Columbia, MD

Chul Hun Choi (M.S., 2008)
Identification of Shewanella in Baltimore Harbor sediments

Tanya Oxenberg (Ph.D., 2007) – Radiation safety officer, U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command – Aberdeen, MD
Subsurface transformations of depleted uranium at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland

Dr. Sang Oh (Postdoc., 2007-08) – Research Scientist, KyungPook National University – Daegu, South Korea.

Jim T. Yu (Ph.D., 2007)
Occurrence and biodegradability of selected pharmaceuticals and personal care products

Dr. Zeijao Luo (Visiting Scholar, 2006-07) – Assistant Professor, China University of Geosciences – Wuhan, China

Dr. Nathan W. Haws (Postdoc., 2005-06) – Hydrologist, HydroGeoChem – Scottsdale, AZ

W. Josh Weiss (Ph.D., 2005) – Principal Engineer, Hazen & Sawyer, P.C. – Baltimore, MD
Water quality improvements during riverbank filtration: fate of disinfection by-product precursors, pathogens, and potential surrogates

Denis G. Taylor (Ph.D., 2003) – Assistant Professor, University of Dayton – Dayton, OH
Influence of gas composition on biofiltration of 1,2-dichloroethane

Dr. Isam Sabbah (Postdoc., 2001-03) – Scientific Director, The Galilee Society R&D Center – Shefa-Amr, Israel

Peter C. D’Adamo (Ph.D., 2003) – East Region Drinking Water Lead, HDR, Inc. – Charlotte, NC
Factors influencing the biodegradation of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, m-xylene (BTEX), naphthalene, and phenanthrene in subsurface environments

Chi-Fu Lin (Ph.D., 2000) – Research Fellow, Development Center for Biotechnology – Taipei, Taiwan
Biodegradation of selected homocyclic aromatic compounds and carbon tetrachloride under iron(III) reducing conditions

Neal Durant (Ph.D., 1998) – Principal Engineer, Geosyntec Consultants – Columbia, MD
Factors limiting in situ bioremediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and alkylbenzenes