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The research conducted by Gardner-Webb University alumnus Josh Johnson (’15) identifies the amount and type of chemicals present in a compound. The findings have a variety of applications, including the discovery of new drugs, breakthroughs in cancer research or forensics analysis. Johnson’s passion to explore the chemical makeup of various materials began in the GWU Laboratory Center in Withrow Mathematics and Science Hall.
Alpha Chi Naitonal Colege Honor Society, analytical chemistry, Dr. Scott McLuckey, Dr. Stefka Eddins, Florida State University, GWU Department of Natural Sciences, GWU Honors Program, Josh Johnson, mass spectrometer, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Purdue University
Office of University Communications, "Partnerships with Professors Helped GWU Grad Chart a Course for his Future" (2017). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 691.