Chris Harrison, Ph.D.
|Chris Harrison began his study of chemistry at Concordia University in Montreal, following a Ph.D. at the University of Alberta with Chuck Lucy (2005) he proceed to a postdoc with Michael Bowser at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. These opportunities exposed Chris to a wide breadth of analytical separation techniques, from HPLC, to microfluidic systems. In 2007 Chris joined the faculty at SDSU where he has established his research group, and become recognized by his peers as being at the forefront of advancing the use of technology in teaching analytical chemistry. When not in the lab Chris tries to spend as much time as possible enjoying the wonderful San Diego weather by spending hours riding his bike throughout the county.|