Dr. Mark Strynar is a physical scientist at the US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) since 2002.
He works for the Office Of Research and Development within the US EPA. He received his Ph.D. from Penn State in 2002. His duties include development of analytical methods for the detection and measurement of organic compounds in environmental and biological samples. Most of his research is focused on the use of high resolution mass spectrometry and non-targeted analysis (NTA) for the identification of novel PFAS in water sample.
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