The Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award will be presented to Robbyn Anand, assistant professor of chemistry and the Suresh Faculty Fellow. Dr. Anand and her research group have developed methods for single-cell analysis, electrokinetic separations in complex media, and voltammetry at bipolar electrodes. Anand is also the founder of the Midwest Retreat for Diversity in Chemistry.
This year, Pittcon will formally recognize its annual award winners, including Anand, during a virtual ceremony in March.
Pittcon is the largest analytical chemistry conference in the world. The conference advances and enriches scientific endeavors by connecting scientists worldwide, facilitating the exchange of research and ideas, showcasing the latest in laboratory innovation, and funding science education and outreach.
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