Samantha Labb
Colorado State University

Samantha graduated from Salisbury University in 2018 with a BSc in chemistry. During her time at Salisbury, she designed and synthesized a ligand for actinide and lanthanide separations in view of the closure of the nuclear fuel cycle. After graduating from Salisbury, she obtained a temporary Senior Research Aide Position at Argonne National Lab where she helped improve the age-dating methodology for Cs-137 sources. She is now in the third year of her PhD in radiochemistry and health physics at Colorado State University where she investigates the separation of americium from curium for nuclear waste separations.



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