Faculty Achievement: Dr. Rosalynn Quiñones-Fernández


Dr. Rosalynn Quiñones-Fernández, assistant professor of chemistry, has recently published a new research article in the journal of Applied Surface Science titled “Study of Polymorphism using Patterned Self-Assembled Monolayers Approach on Metal Substrates.” This research deals with the effect of polymorphism in pharmaceutical drugs and its ability to influence a drug’s physical and chemical properties. The co-authors included two undergraduate students and the collaboration with Dr. Lauren Richards-Waugh, an assistant professor from the forensic chemistry department at Marshall.

Further information is available on the publisher’s website.