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• Stanford scholar and Purdue PhD seeking for faculty position in analytical chemistry• Research of reaction acceleration studied by mass spectrometry highlighted in multiple international news (Chemistry World, C&EN, X-MOL)• Leadership experience as an elected president in local chapter of national chemistry honor society
Yangjie Li received a Bachelor of Science in chemistry with Excellent Graduation Thesis Award in Organic Chemistry from Beijing Normal University in 2016. After graduation, Yangjie began her graduate studies and earned a PhD degree in 2021 focusing on Analytical Chemistry at Purdue University under the supervision of Professor R. Graham Cooks. In Aston Labs for Mass Spectrometry, Yangjie has contributed to multiple research projects with a focus on droplet chemistry at interfaces as well as high throughput experimentation by ambient ionization mass spectrometry under Merck-Purdue Center for Measurement Science, National Science Foundation, and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Her research studies using mass spectrometry for synthesis and analysis, focusing on both the applications and the mechanisms of reaction acceleration at air/solution and solid/solution interfaces, were highlighted by CEN and Chemistry World. With a keen eye for detail, Yangjie continues to look for new discoveries in droplet chemistry and mass spectrometry now in Zarelab at Stanford University as a Postdoctoral Scholar.