People in the Subhas Lab
Adam V. Subhas
Adam is an assistant scientist and the lab's PI. He studies the marine calcium carbonate cycle, and how it interacts with other aspects of carbon cycling in the ocean. In his spare time, he enjoys playing drums and ultimate frisbee.
My name is Daniel Hill and I am a rising senior at Oberlin College majoring in Chemistry and Math. My research interests focus mainly on chemical processes that affect the earth’s climate which could help us better understand the impact we have on the planet. Since my freshman year at Oberlin College, I have been working in Professor Matthew Elrod’s lab studying formation mechanisms for compounds observed in secondary organic aerosol. This research explores potential formation mechanisms for these compounds involving anthropogenic and biogenic precursors. Once these mechanisms are identified and understood, more accurate atmospheric models can be produced relevant to climate change and air pollution. I am excited about and interested in expanding my knowledge into another area that has large implications on global climate and chemical composition: marine geochemistry.
At Oberlin, I play on the club ice hockey team and am in the Outings Club. I love the outdoors and go on an annual camping trip to North Florida where I swim, snorkel, and kayak in the freshwater springs of the panhandle. In my free time, I enjoy reading (mostly fiction), playing ukulele, biking, and needle felting.
Hi, my name is Aundre Jackson and I am a senior at North Carolina Central University. I major in Environmental Science and I have been able to accomplish a research project with tools I’ve been provided with at NCCU. I had the opportunity to do a research project at NCCU with C.elegans Chemotaxis behavior and their reproduction, which involves collecting physical data and lab work.