the Ng Lab

chemical fate in the anthropocene

Current Research Topics

Exploring Human-Environment Systems

We work at the intersection of chemistry and biology, using models and experiments to discover and describe the mechanisms driving chemical fate in systems affected  by human activity.

November 12-16, 2017

Manoochehr and Cheng presented their work at the SETAC North America Annual Meeting in Minneapolis. Both were supported by a SETAC Travel Award. (See Cheng's and Manoochehr's recent papers)


NEWS

June 28, 2018

Position Announcement: We have a postdoctoral position available for an exciting opportunity to work with a highly interdisciplinary team. See here and apply!

The Ng group had an action-packed spring semester:

Zhaokai Dong and Megha Bedi both passed their qualifying exams.

Cheng's second paper is out at ES&T, using molecular modeling to predict protein-binding affinity for novel fluoroether PFAS.

Our collaborative paper with ETH colleagues landed on the cover of ES&T!

We welcomed a new undergraduate researcher for the summer, Alexis Yates, via the REU Program led by Professor McCarthy in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. Lexi is working in a highly collaboratie project together with the Gilbertson and Khanna groups.

The Ng group celebrated the end of the Spring semester in style!

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