Professor Frank Dorman

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Penn State University

Prof. Frank Dorman Introduces the Field of Environmental Forensics

Professor Frank Dorman, Associate Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Penn State University, introduces the field of environmental forensics and describes how environmental exposure to harmful compounds can be linked to an increase in human disease state. For example, chemotherapeutic drugs can enter waste water and consequently drinking water, resulting in human exposure to a harmful low dose of the drugs. Hear how highly sensitive mass spectrometry technology can be used to detect and monitor low levels of emerging compounds of interest in human samples.

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Professor Frank Dorman

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Frank Dorman is Associate Professor at The Pennsylvania State University, USA. More
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Professor Frank Dorman

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Penn State University

Frank Dorman is currently an Associate Professor at The Pennsylvania State University in University Park, USA. Frank is a member of the Forensics Science Program, and in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In addition to Undergraduate and Graduate student instruction, Frank continues to pursue research interests in gas and liquid chromatography fundamental characterization, instrumentation and column development, and application to trace analysis in complex sample matrices.