Introducing Advisory Board Member, Omowunmi Sadik

We are delighted to introduce Omowunmi Sadik as an Advisory Board Member for our journal Environmental Science: Nano.

Omowunmi Sadik

Wunmi is a Professor of Chemistry at the State University of New York at Binghamton, Director of the Center for Advanced Sensors & Environmental Systems and President of the Sustainable Nanotechnology Organization.

Professor Sadik received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Wollongong in Australia and did her postdoctoral research at the US Environmental Protection Agency in Las Vegas, Nevada. She has held appointments at Harvard University, Cornell University and Naval Research Laboratories in Washington, DC.

Sadik’s research currently centers on the interfacial molecular recognition processes, sensors and biomaterials, and immunochemistry with tandem instrumental techniques. Her work utilizes electrochemical and spectroscopic techniques to study human exposure assessment, endocrine disrupters, and toxicity of naturally occurring chemical compounds.

Wunmi’s research:

The driving force behind my biosensor research is the need to build sensor systems that quantitatively measure target species in a complex system.

Omowunmi Sadik, Advisory Board Member, Environmental Science: Nano

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