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“ARSENIC IN RICE: WHY IS IT THERE AND WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?”
Angelia Seyfferth joined the PLSC faculty as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2012. A native of southern California, she earned her B.S. in Environmental Science/Chemistry at Towson University, a Ph.D. in Soil and Water Sciences at the University of California-Riverside, and was a postdoc at Stanford University prior to joining UD. She studies plant-soil interactions using a variety of chemical and biological tools to understand the processes that dictate contaminant uptake and approaches to mitigate the negative outcomes of toxic contaminants on plants and humans.
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