James T. Nurmi, Ph.D. (ESE), 1/2005-9/2011, B.S., Gustavus Adolphus College. Currently:Instructor, Water & Environmental Technology Program, Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, OR.
Zhenqing Shi, Senior Research Associate 10/2009-12/2011. Ph.D. University of Delaware; M.S. Chinese Academy of Sciences; B.S. Tsinghua University. Currently:Professor, School of the Environment and Energy, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, P.R. China.
Roberto P. Anitori, Senior Research Associate 000-000 (with Brad Tebo) Ph.D. University of New South Wales, Australia.
Amanda L. Mather, Research Associate 000-000 B.S. Oregon State University., Currently: Ph.D. student (ESE) at OHSU with Rick Johnson
Vaishnavi Sarathy, Ph.D. student (ESE), 2002-2009. M.S. Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware (2002); M.S. Chemistry, India Institute of Technology. Currently: Science Educator.
Eunju Kim, Visiting Ph.D. Student, 20??. Ph.D. Pohang Institute of Science and Technology (POSTECH)
Ji-hun Kim, Visiting Ph.D. Student, 2006-2008. Ph.D. Pohang Institute of Science and Technology (POSTECH)
Clinton D. Church, Ph.D. Student 200?-200? M.I.S. Geology/Microbiology (1995), University of Montana; B.A. Math/Science Education, Geology Minor (1988), University of Montana. Currently:Chemist at USDA.
Pue Sze (Priscilla) Lee, Postdoc, 2006-2007. Ph.D. Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jae-Hyoun Kim, Sabbatical guest, 2005-2006. Professor, Dongduk Womens University in Seoul, Republic of Korea.
Joel Z. Bandstra, Ph.D. 2005. Postdoc. Center for Environmental Kinetic Analysis, University of Pennsylvania; B.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering (1998), Clarkson University. Currently:Associate Professor, Saint Francis University, Loretto, PA.
Bumhan Bae, Sabbatical guest, 2003-2005. Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Gachon University, SungNam, Kyunggi, Korea.
Thomas H. Marshall, Ph.D. 2000. M.S. Loyola Marymount University (1993). Currently:Lecturer, Ohio State University.
Rachel H. Waldemer, Research Associate. M.S. Environmental Science and Engineering, OGI/OHSU; B.S. Biochemistry, Iowa State University (2000).
Jaimie S. Powell, Research Associate. Ph.D. Entomology (2002), University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Anna M. Farrenkopf, Postdoctoral Research Assistant. Ph.D. Chemical Oceanography (date?), University of Delaware, Lewes, DL; M.S. Marine Studies, University of Delaware, Lewes, DL, 1993; B.S. Chemistry, University of Massachusetts Boston, MA, 1990.
Timothy L. Johnson, Ph.D. 1997. Postdoctoral Fellow, Oregon Graduate Institute (Dates?); B.S. Geology (1990), University of Arkansas. Currently: Project Manager, Earth and Environmental, AMEC, Portland, OR.
Abinash Agrawal, M.S. 1995. M.S. Geology (1980), Banaras Hindu University; Ph.D. Geology (1990), Ph.D. University of North Carolina; NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow (1994), Geological Survey of Canada, Atlantic Geoscience Centre, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; Postdoctoral Fellow (1995) Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Currently:Professor, Wright State University, Dayton, OH.
Kyoohong Park, Sabbatical guest, 2001-2002. Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Chung-Ang University, Ansung, Korea.
Mark Daniel McCubbery, Dreyfus Foundation Environmental Chemistry Postdoctoral Fellow, 1999/2000. Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, LaTrobe University, Bundoora, Australia.
Rosemarie Miehr (Spaeth), Senior Research Associate. Ph.D. Analytical and Environmental Chemistry (1998), Technical University of Munich, Germany.
Thea E. Reilkoff (Kaldor), M.S. 2000. B.A. Chemistry (1997), Mayville State University, Mayville, ND. Currently: Patent Attorney
Michelle M. Scherer, Ph.D. 1998. M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering (1994), University of Connecticut; B.S. Systems Engineering (1989), University of Virginia. Currently:Professor and Department Head, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.
Barbara A. Balko, Petroleum Research Fund, Research Fellow, 1996 and 1997. Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, CA; B.A. Bryn Mawr College, PA. Currently:Associate Professor, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR.
Leah J. Matheson, Ph.D. 1994. B.S. Bacteriology/Public Health (1985), Washington State University; National Research Council Post-Doctoral Associate (1995), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA; Research Fellow, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA. Currently: Microbiologist, MSE Technology Applications, Butte, MT.
Prospective Group Members
Postdocs and Staff may apply at any time by sending an email to Prof. Tratnyek with a statement of interest, resume, sample publications, and suggested references. When we are actively recruiting to fill a funded postdoctoral or staff position, it will advertised here and officially listed on the OHSU Jobs Page.
At this time, we are not admitting new students via M.S. thesis or Ph.D. programs. However, we do host visiting graduate students and Prof. Tratnyek participates as a co-advisor for some graduate students matriculated at other universities.
High-school and College Interns should see our page on Outreach.
Four generations: Macalady, Tratnyek's thesis advisor; Tratnyek, Scherer's thesis advisor; and Scherer, Gorski's thesis advisor.