BPA ERP CVs

CURRICULUM VITAE

LUKE K. ACKERMAN, PhD

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Educational Background:

1997-2001 Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA: BS Chemistry (ACS Certified) SPME/SFC method for detecting labile pesticides Advis: Dr. Joanne Smieja 2001-2007 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR: Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry

Analysis of Semi-Volatile Contaminants and Their Accumulation in Remote Aquatic Ecosystems of the Western U.S. Advis: Dr. Staci Massey-Simonich

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Professional Experience:

2002-2007

Doctoral Researcher, Oregon State University, Department’s of Chemistry and Environmental &Molecular Toxicology, Corvallis, OR Post-Doctoral Fellow, FDA, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, College Park, MD

2007-2008

2008-2016 Chemist, FDA, Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition, College Park, MD 2016-present Research Analytical Chemist, FDA, Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition, College Park, MD

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Publications:

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Refereed Research Publications

1. H.Dion, LK. Ackerman , H.Hill. (2001) Initial study of electrospray ionization- ion mobility spectrometry for the detection of metal cations. International Journal of Ion Mobility Spectrometry 4(1): 31-33.

2. H.Dion, LK. Ackerman , H.Hill. (2002) Detection of inorganic ions from water by electrospray ionization-ion mobility spectrometry. Talanta 57(6):1161-‘71.

3. LK. Ackerman , G.Wilson, S. Simonich. (2005) Quantitative Analysis of 39 PBDEs by Isotope Dilution GC/Low-Resolution MS. Analytical Chemistry 77(7):1979-1987. 4. LK. Ackerman , A.Schwindt, C.Schreck, M.Kent, D.Koch, S.Massey-Simonich, D.Landers. (2008) Atmospherically deposited PBDEs, pesticides, PCBs, and PAHs in Western US National Park fish: Concentrations and consumption guidelines. Environmental Science & Technology 42(7): 2334-2341.

5. A.Schwindt, LK. Ackerman , S.Simonich, T.Blett, C.Schreck, M.Kent, D.Landers.

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