Graduate Assistants

Antonio Chambers
Graduate Assistant 2017-2019
Antonio is a Biology graduate with minors in chemistry and philosophy. He is currently pursuing an MS in Biology and certificate in Biotechnology and conducts in Dr. Philip J. Smaldino's lab where he performs protein analysis studying the most common form of hereditary ALS. In the future he plans to pursue more medical sciences to generate treatments and therapeutics.
Nadim Md Masuduzzaman
Graduate Assistant 2018-2019
Nadim was selected as an IN LSAMP graduate assistant in Spring 2018. He is currently seeking a Master’s degree in Chemistry and is conducting research in Dr. Subir's lab studying the interactions between aquatic contaminants and the surface of natural organic matters (NOM) in Environmental and Aquatic research Lab. Upon graduation Nadim hopes to pursue his PhD.
Abelline Fionah
Graduate Assistant 2019-present
Miss Fionah was selected as an IN LSAMP graduate assistant in 2019. Currently, she is seeking a master's degree in chemistry. Miss Fionah conducts research in the environmental chemistry lab under the supervision of Dr. E. Zahran. Here, she studies the degradation of environmental contaminants via multi-component hetero-junctured photo-catalysts. In the past, miss Fionah has served as a treasurer and vice president of the Ball State's African student association. In the association, she played a key role in diversifying the association as well as unifying the student body. Miss Fionah was also a member of the CASE student association where she helped organize alumni events as well as fundraising events for the school. When she graduates, miss Fionah would like to work in the industry as an environmental chemist before continuing to get her PhD in environmental science.