Email: 
eliem@onid.orst.edu
Phone: 
541-737-5431
Current Position: 
Post Doctoral Fellow, Skagg's School of Phamacy, University of Colorado
Research Interest/Focus: 

> Trace organic analytical method development ( Gas and liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry).

> Measurement of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) that have significant impact on the human nervous and endocrine system.

> Analytical method development for the analysis of xenobiotics in metabolic samples.

> Fate of bioavaiable polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in environmental compartments

> Developing tools to detect the photodegradation and photomodification of bioavailable PAHs mixtures in the environment

Education: 

Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry; University of Central Florida (2006-2012)
B.S. in Chemistry; Florida State University (2005)

Experience: 

 
Platform/Presentations
- Elie MR; Forsberg ND, Allan SE, O’Connell SG, Tanguay R, Anderson KA. 2013. Passive sampling coupled to UVB irradiation: a useful analytical approach for modeling toxic oxygenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon formation in bioavailable mixtures. 246th ACS National Meeting
 
-Elie, MR; Forsberg ND, Allan SE, O'Connell SG, Tanguay R, Anderson KA. 2013. Integrating passive sampling with UV irradiation and bioassays: an approach for modeling PAH degradation and phototoxicity in bioavailable mixtures. 34th Annual SETAC Meeting.
 
Awards
-Training Grant Award for Postdoctoral Research & Education, 2012, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences


Journal Articles

Donald, CE, Elie, MR, Smith, BW, Hoffman, PD, Anderson, KA,Transport stability of pesticides and PAHs sequestered in polyethylene passive sampling devices., 2016, Environ Sci Pollut Res Int

Curtis, MJ, Belcram, K, Bollmann, SR, Tominey, CM, Hoffman, PD, Mercier, R, Hays, JB,Reciprocal chromosome translocation associated with TDNA-insertion mutation in Arabidopsis: genetic and cytological analyses of consequences for gametophyte development and for construction of doubly mutant lines., Planta 2009, 229(4), 731-45

Hoffman, PD, Curtis, MJ, Iwai, S, Hays, JB,Biochemical evolution of DNA polymerase eta: properties of plant, human, and yeast proteins., Biochemistry 2008, 47(16), 4583-96