Marina Mulenos George, B.S.
Graduate Researcher & Teaching Assistant
Marina Mulenos George serves as a laboratory technician and graduate researcher for The Sayes Group. While pursuing her B.S. in Chemistry, Marina was a research assistant in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Baylor University. During this time constructed a cold fluidics system for hydrogen/deuterium exchange mass spectrometry. Her interests include analytical chemistry, forensics, nano-toxicology, biomarkers, and clinical toxicology. She is currently conducting a comprehensive physiochemical characterization of microfibrilated cellulose fibers and identifying the physiochemical features of gold nanoparticle-protein corona.
Marina is a talented laboratory technician and specializes in general analytical instrumentation. Her specialties include mass spectrometry (LC-MS, GC-MS, ICP-MS, MS/MS, HDX-MS), microscopy (Light, Hyperspectral, SEM, TEM, Fluorescence), and dynamic light scattering (PDI, Z-average, Zeta Potential).
Marina is a first-year Nanotoxicology PhD candidate in the Department of Environmental Science at Baylor. She is expected to graduate in May 2022. After graduation she hopes to continue her career as a research scientist either in industry or academia.
- American Society of Mass Spectrometry
- Poster Presentation at the Texas Society for Microscopy (TSM) Conference. "Elucidating Morphological Characteristics of Cellulose Materials". Denton, TX (February 2018).
- Poster Presentation at the 7th Annual Stone Symposium “A Revised Cold Fluidics System For Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange-Mass Spectrometry Protein Characterization.” (May 2017).
- Poster Presentation at ASMS National Conference, “Characterizing the Forward- and Backward- Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange of Hydroxyls Resulting from Residual Solvent Vapors in Electrospray Sources.” (June 2017).