Meet Kenyon Evans-Nguyen
Associate Professor, Chemistry
1998 Maryville College, B.A.
2005 University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Ph.D.
Chemistry and Society
Kenyon Evans-Nguyen is interested in the application of mass spectrometry and analytical chemistry to forensic science. He specializes in the development of new methods for detection of controlled substances in toxicology analyses.
Professional and Community Activities:
Evans-Nguyen has published several articles in peer-reviewed American Chemical Society journals and continues to work toward publication of his research in forensic chemistry. He has given oral and poster presentations of his research at several national and international meetings. Evans-Nguyen has also served as a reviewer for the journal Analytical Chemistry.
Honors and Awards:
Johns Hopkins/National Institutes of Health Anti-Cancer Drug Development Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2005-2007
American Heart Association Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, 2002-2004
Eastman Chemical Company Fellowship in Analytical Chemistry, 2003
American Chemical Society Colloids and Surfaces Chemistry Division Student Poster Award, 2003
National Institutes of Health Molecular and Cellular Biophysics Training Fellowship, 2000-2001
University of North Carolina Francis P. Venable Fellowship, 2000
Florida Department of Law Enforcement Forensic Chemistry Certification, 1999