Kevin received his . in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh (2016), where he did research under the direction of Dr. Stephen Weber . The bulk of Kevin’s research involved investigating the relationship between column temperature, mobile phase composition, and solute retention using HPLC and various stationary phases. Also during his time at Pitt, he designed and implemented a group research project which utilized GC-MS to determine the relative nicotine and carcinogen content in E-cigarette juices. Kevin joined Novatia in October 2016 as an Associate Research Scientist where he is currently focusing his efforts on providing and improving Novatia’s LC-MS platform services for biomolecules.