Farideh Hosseini Narouei

Farideh, Ph.D. in Chemistry from Clarkson University, specializes in electrochemical detection, nanoparticle characterization, and sensor/biosensor innovation. Currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at Columbia University, NY, she focuses on air pollution research, particularly the chemical sources of atmospheric particulate matter and its impact on climate dynamics. Her past research includes electrochemical treatment methods for environmental contaminants such as PFAS, heterocyclic nitrogen-containing compounds, and heavy metals. Recognized for her contributions with awards such as the President’s Challenge 2020 Best Research Award at Clarkson University, Farideh is committed to advancing electrochemical and analytical techniques for environmental sustainability. Passionate about her role as an electrochemist, she continues to pioneer solutions for environmental challenges through sensor development and treatment methodologies.