shabnam sohrabnezhad | Environmental Pollution | Best Researcher Award

 Prof. shabnam sohrabnezhad | Environmental Pollution |Best Researcher Award

 Prof  at university of guilan Iran

A distinguished academic with a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Guilan University, renowned for expertise in nano-technology and spectrochemical studies. Recognized for outstanding achievements including top researcher accolades and membership in prestigious scientific organizations like TWOES. Dissertation focused on Spectrochemical and Electrochemical Studies of Phenothiazine Dyes in Molecular Sieves. Extensive teaching experience in General Chemistry and Advanced Analytical Chemistry. Research interests span synthesis and characterization of silica nanocomposites for photocatalysis, as well as mesoporous materials for drug delivery. Acknowledged globally as a top scientist, committed to advancing knowledge in chemistry and nano-technology.


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🎓Educational Background:

Ph.D. in Chemistry Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Guilan University, Rasht, Iran (2004). M.S. in Chemistry Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Ahwaz University, Ahwaz, Iran (1995). B.S. in Chemistry Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Ahwaz University, Ahwaz, Iran (1993)


Top researcher in the 3rd festival on ranking top nano-technology figures, 15 October 2008, Tehran, Iran. Rated the first participant in PhD exam. Rated the best student in B.S. Top researcher of Guilan University in 2018. Top researcher of faculty of science 2019. Member of Third World Organization for Women in Science (TWOES). Recognized as one of the top two percent of scientists in the world according to the announcement of the Elsevier Scientific and Publishing Institute and the research follower of Stanford University researchers (2022, 2023).

Dissertation Title: Spectrochemical and Electrochemical Studies of the Phenothiazine Dyes Incorporated in Molecular Sieves

Taught Courses:

General Chemistry, Advanced Analytical Chemistry (Master student), Chromatography and Separation Methods (Master student), Instrumental of Analytical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry

🏅Research Interest:

Synthesis and characterization of mesoporous and microporous silica nanocomposites such as MCM-41 and zeolites and their application in photocatalytic processes. Synthesis and characterization of mesoporous or core-shells such as MOFs or COFs and their application of drug delivery and biology systems.

Publications Top Notes 📝

  1. Application of AlMCM-41 for Competitive Adsorption of Methylene Blue and Rhodamine B: Thermodynamic and Kinetic Studies
    • Authors: S Eftekhari, A Habibi-Yangjeh, S Sohrabnezhad
    • Journal: Journal of Hazardous Materials
    • Year: 2010
    • Volume: 178
    • Pages: 349-355
    • Citations: 207


  1. Electrochemical Study of Methylene Blue Incorporated into Mordenite Type Zeolite and its Application for Amperometric Determination of Ascorbic Acid in Real Samples
    • Authors: M Arvand, S Sohrabnezhad, MF Mousavi, M Shamsipur, MA Zanjanchi
    • Journal: Analytica Chimica Acta
    • Year: 2003
    • Volume: 491
    • Issue: 2
    • Pages: 193-201
    • Citations: 143


  1. The Green Synthesis of Ag/ZnO in Montmorillonite with Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity
    • Authors: S Sohrabnezhad, A Seifi
    • Journal: Applied Surface Science
    • Year: 2016
    • Volume: 386
    • Pages: 33-40
    • Citations: 119


  1. Comparison Absorption of New Methylene Blue Dye in Zeolite and Nanocrystal Zeolite
    • Authors: S Sohrabnezhad, A Pourahmad
    • Journal: Desalination
    • Year: 2010
    • Volume: 256
    • Issues: 1-3
    • Pages: 84-89
    • Citations: 106


  1. Synthesis and Characterization of CuO–Montmorillonite Nanocomposite by Thermal Decomposition Method and Antibacterial Activity of Nanocomposite
    • Authors: SH Sohrabnezhad, MJM Moghaddam, T Salavatiyan
    • Journal: Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy
    • Year: 2014
    • Volume: 125
    • Pages: 73-78
    • Citations: 96


Emily Bonner | Environmental Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Ms. Emily Bonner | Environmental Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Ms, Oregon State University, United States

👩‍🔬Emily Bonner, MS, is a dedicated Toxicology PhD Candidate at Oregon State University with a keen focus on evaluating chemical exposures, particularly in firefighting contexts. Her research spans the use of innovative passive sampling techniques to assess firefighter and community exposures, alongside developing interventions to enhance personal protective equipment (PPE) effectiveness. With a solid foundation in analytical chemistry and statistics, Emily excels in data analysis and research translation, effectively communicating findings to diverse stakeholders. Her leadership roles in academic organizations and extensive outreach efforts underscore her commitment to advancing public health and safety.🌟





📚Academic History

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 2019 – 2024 (anticipated)

  • Ph.D. in Toxicology, Statistics minor
  • Concurrent M.S., Toxicology (2021)
    Thesis: “Evaluating Firefighter and Community Chemical Exposures Using Passive Sampling”
    Advisor: Dr. Kim Anderson

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 2016 – 2019

  • BS, Biochemistry (with distinction), summa cum laude
  • Renee Crown University Honors Program
    Thesis: “An Exploration of Ruthenium Catalyzed Alder ene Reactions”
    Advisor: Dr. Nancy Totah

💼Relevant Skills

Relevant Research Experience

  • NIEHS Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Pre-Doctoral Fellow, Oregon State University
  • NIEHS P42 Superfund Hazardous Substances Research Trainee, Oregon State University
  • Graduate Research Assistant, Oregon State University
  • Undergraduate Honors Researcher, Syracuse University

Oregon State University, Food Safety and Environmental Stewardship Lab

  • Doctoral Research
    • Skills: Organization of complex sampling campaigns, communication, data management, analytical chemistry techniques, community-engaged research.
    • Projects: Evaluating firefighter and community chemical exposures, characterizing exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in an industrial community.

Syracuse University, Totah Lab

  • Undergraduate Honors Research
    • Studied regioselectivity of the Ruthenium-catalyzed Alder ene reaction, culminating in an honors thesis.

Additional Lab/Software Skills

  • Cell culture, gel electrophoresis, PCR, protein modeling, etc.


  • Multiple awards and grants for research excellence and dedication.

🎓 This academic history demonstrates a strong background in biochemistry and toxicology, complemented by extensive research experience and recognition for outstanding academic achievements.

Publications Top Notes 📝

  1. Title: Silicone passive sampling used to identify novel dermal chemical exposures of firefighters and assess PPE innovations
    • Authors: Bonner, E.M., Horn, G.P., Smith, D.L., Adams, K.T., Anderson, K.A.
    • Journal: International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health
    • Year: 2023
    • Volume: 248
    • Pages: 114095
    • Citations: 5


  1. Title: Firefighter exposures to potential endocrine disrupting chemicals measured by military-style silicone dog tags
    • Authors: Poutasse, C.M., Haddock, C.K., Poston, W.S.C., Hoffman, P.D., Anderson, K.A.
    • Journal: Environment International
    • Year: 2022
    • Volume: 158
    • Pages: 106914
    • Citations: 8


  1. Title: The chemistry and toxicology of vaping
    • Authors: Bonner, E., Chang, Y., Christie, E., Wilson, L.B., Tanguay, R.L.
    • Journal: Pharmacology and Therapeutics
    • Year: 2021
    • Volume: 225
    • Pages: 107837
    • Citations: 30