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Jacolin Murray (Fed)

Research Chemist

Jacolin works on the development of reference materials in the energy, food, and forensics program areas. She is the technical project leader for over 25 Standard Reference Materials (SRMs). Jacolin develops analytical methods based on gas and liquid chromatography, including multidimensional chromatography for trace level organic measurands in a variety of matrices. Her current research interests include pesticide residues analysis in foods and developing standards for the characterization of renewable fuels.

Membership and Professional Activities

  • American Chemical Society
  • AOAC International
  • ASTM Committee D02 on Petroleum Products, Liquid Fuels, and Lubricants
  • ASTM Committee E48 on Bioenergy and Industrial Chemicals from Biomass
  • Washington Chromatography Discussion Group

Publications

The need for multicomponent gas standards for breath biomarker analysis

Author(s)
Kavita Jeerage, Jennifer Berry, Jacolin Murray, Cassie Goodman, Paulina Piotrowski, Christina Jones, Christina Cecelski, Jennifer Carney, Katrice Lippa, Tara Lovestead
Exhaled breath is a non-invasive, information-rich matrix with the potential to diagnose or monitor disease, including infectious disease. Despite significant

Health Assessment Measurements Quality Assurance Program: Exercise 6 Final Report

Author(s)
Chuck Barber, Carolyn Burdette, Hugh Hayes, Monique Johnson, Shaun Kotoski, Jacolin Murray, Melissa M. Phillips, Kate Rimmer, Laura J. Wood, Andrea Yarberry
The Health Assessment Measurements Quality Assurance Program (HAMQAP) was launched in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of
Created October 9, 2019, Updated July 11, 2022