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The DOE Isotope Program’s Virtual Seminar Series - On the Horizon: Novel Isotopes and Future Leaders
This presentation opportunity will allow for junior scientists to showcase their research results to various Federal staff and members of the isotope community including DOE, National Laboratory researchers and various institutes of higher education. Talks for this session include:

“Production of 77Br and 76Br”

“Exploring Eluent Effects on Late Actinide Separations”

Jan 28, 2021 03:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Korey Carter
Korey graduated with a BS in Physics from Michigan State University in 2011 and received his PhD in Chemistry from The George Washington University in 2017, where he worked in the lab of Christopher Cahill studying halogen bonding in f-block hybrid materials. Since 2017, he has worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the group of Rebecca Abergel at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, investigating fundamental bonding interactions in f- and d-block coordination complexes with specific applications in radiochemical separations, nuclear medicine, metal-ion decorporation, and nuclear waste stewardship. Beginning in January 2021, He will be joining the University of Iowa to start as an assistant professor in the department of chemistry where his group will use f-block coordination chemistry to address fundamental challenges in quantum information science, nuclear medicine, and separations chemistry.
Sean McGuinness
Sean received a Bachelor's degree in physics and mechanical engineering from Fairfield University. He is currently finishing his Ph.D. in nuclear physics with Professor Graham Peaslee at the University of Notre Dame. His work focuses on the production of medically-useful radionuclides via heavy-ion reactions.