Spectroscopy Editorial Advisory Board

Spectroscopy’s Editorial Advisory Board is a group of distinguished individuals assembled to help the publication fulfill its editorial mission to promote the effective use of spectroscopic technology as a practical research and measurement tool. With recognized expertise in a wide range of technique and application areas, board members perform a range of functions, such as reviewing manuscripts, suggesting authors and topics for coverage, and providing the editor with general direction and feedback. We are indebted to these scientists for their contributions to the publication and to the spectroscopy community as a whole.

Fran Adar Horiba Scientific
Russ Algar University of British Columbia
Matthew J. Baker University of Strathclyde
Ramon M. Barnes University of Massachusetts
Matthieu Baudelet University of Central Florida
Rohit Bhargava University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Paul N. Bourassa Blue Moon Inc.
Michael S. Bradley Thermo Fisher Scientific
Deborah Bradshaw Consultant
Lora L. Brehm Dow Chemical Company
George Chan Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
David Lankin University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Pharmacy
Barbara S. Larsen DuPont Central Research and Development
Bernhard Lendl Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien)
Ian R. Lewis Kaiser Optical Systems
Rachael R. Ogorzalek Loo University of California Los Angeles, David Geffen School of Medicine
Howard Mark Mark Electronics
R.D. McDowall McDowall Consulting
Gary McGeorge Bristol-Myers Squibb
Linda Baine McGown Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Francis M. Mirabella Jr. Mirabella Practical Consulting Solutions, Inc.
Ellen V. Miseo Illuminate
Michael L. Myrick University of South Carolina
John W. Olesik The Ohio State University
Steven Ray State University of New York at Buffalo
Jim Rydzak Specere Consulting
Jerome Workman Jr. Unity Scientific
Lu Yang National Research Council Canada

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