Has earned a B.S. degree in chemistry with honors from Bethlehem University and a M.Sc. from Tel-Aviv University in spectroscopy of supercold molecules and is completing the Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Tulane University at New Orleans; Employing the molecular beam TOF-mass spectrometry method to study the decomposition of complex compounds. He joined the chemistry faculty at Grambling State University in 2019.
Knowledge is power. I am passionate about teaching physical chemistry because it serves as the interface to many other natural sciences, were my teaching philosophy can be distilled down to three core values: passion, humility and being genuine.
In research very interesting to study biochemical processes, with strong focus on laser spectroscopy.