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Research is always on the move. Keep updated with recent ongoings in the Mabury Lab here.

Congrats to Lisa!

Congrats to Lisa for winning the Student Poster Award at the Fluoros Meeting in Colorado for her work on the biodegradation of AFFF component. Well done!

Congrats to Dr. Myers!

A belated congratulations to Anne, who graduated last fall. She is now a post foc at the Ontario Ministry of the Environment.

Happy Holidays!

Scott and Donna hosted some past and present group members for a delicious dinner

Fall visit to the farm

The group headed out to the farm for pumpkin picking and hay rides!

Scott makes the list of Highly Cited Researchers!

Scott made the 2014 list of highly cited researchers, meaning he is in the top 1% of researchers cited in the environment/ecology field. For more info, check www.highlycited.com

Dinner Party.

Leo and Cecily hosted a dinner party for present and past Mabury group members. Thanks for all the great food!

Congrats Dr. Lee, Dr. Jackson and Dr. Rand!

Congratulations Holly, Derek and Amy For Successfully Defending Your PhDs! You Now Owe Scott A Lifetime Supply of Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Anne Plays with Fire!

Experiments were undertaken at the Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute (FESTI) to investigate the formation of halogenated contaminants in household and electronics fires.

CN Tower Stair Climb

We weren't the fastest team but definitely had the best team jersey!

New Analytical Toy!

This is our brand spankin' new Waters Xevo TQ-S. It is coupled to a Waters Acquity UPLC system via ESI interface. This combination of instruments is considered one of the best in terms of sensitivity and robustness. All the tubings have been replaced with a Waters PCF kit where all tubing is replaced with teflon-free PEEK tubing to elminate PFC contamination. A pre-column is also applied to separate resdiual PFC contaminant peaks from analyte peaks. Our LOD's are going through the floor!

Congratulations Holly!

Holly was the recipient of the Top Student Presentation Award at the 7th annual LC-MS/MS Workshop on Environmental Applications and Food Safety in Buffalo, NY for her work on quantifying legacy and current commercial fluorinated chemicals in human sera.

Contact Info

Mabury Lab
Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto
80 St. George Street
Toronto, ON M5S 3H6
(416) 978 - 3596
smabury@chem.utoronto.ca