Chemir Continues to Add Team Members
Five new team scientists recently joined CHEMIR as we continue to expand and meet the growing need for investigative and chemical testing services. We are happy to welcome Belinda Sell, Philip Denight, Courtney Gipson, and Kallie Hilsabeck to CHEMIR-EAG.
Belinda Sell earned a B.S. degree in Chemistry, with a minor in Forensic Science from Truman State University, where she performed student research and utilized NMR and IR instrumentation. Philip Denight comes to us from Particle Technology Labs and Halliburton Analytical Services, where he performed characterization, method development, ICP and FTIR analysis. He earned a B.S. degree in Chemistry from Truman State University. Belinda Sell and Philip Denight are both working in our GC laboratory.
Courtney Gipson earned a B.S. degree in Chemistry, with a minor in Criminology, from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She held an internship with Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals in 2014, and performed undergraduate research with Dr. Christopher Spilling as an UMSL student. She is working in our polymer group. Kallie Hilsabeck graduated from Truman State University with a B.S. degree in Chemistry, where she performed student research, presenting posters and papers on computational methods, synthesis and characterization using NMR instrumentation.
“We are pleased to welcome new chemists to our team of scientists” says Carolyn Otten, Ph.D., Senior Manager. “Chemir has current openings for LC/MS, GC/MS, and Polymer Scientists, as well as lab technicians and a Coatings Chemist. “