Jeanne L. Wynn (文婧)
Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry
1989 - 1994 Iowa State University Ames,
-- Analytical Chemistry§ dissertation research
-- spectroscopic characterization of biologically important photodynamic
molecules.§ major techniques used included laser
Raman system, vacuum line, UV–VIS, HPLC, vacuum depositor.
1982 – 1986 Fort Lewis College Durango, CO, USAB.S.
-- Chemistry§ undergraduate research project
-- developed programs for computer acquisition and data analysis to study the
current, Department of Chemistry, Tianjin University, Tianjin,
ChinaInstructor§ Teach freshman college chemistry
1994 – 1998 Grain Processing Corporation Muscatine, IA, USA
Analytical Chemist§ Managed testing of products in Quality Control laboratory.§
Calibrated, maintained and repaired laboratory equipment.§ Implemented new
analytical testing methods to improve accuracy and precision of testing.
1989 – 1992 Iowa State University Ames, IA, USA
Teaching Assistant§ Instructed recitation and laboratory sections for general
chemistry, quantitative analysis and instrumental analysis.§ Prepared and
maintained experiments and instrumentation for laboratories including HPLC,
GC, FTIR, AA (flame and graphite), flame and arc emission, electrophoresis and
various electrochemical methods.
1987 – 1989 Peace Corps Liberia,
Secondary Science/Math Teacher§ Instructed science and math at a rural middle
1. J. L. Wynn and T. M. Cotton. Optical Properties of Hypericin
in Solution, Journal Physical Chemistry, 90(12), 4317-4323.
2. J. L. Wynn, J. H. Kim, P.-S.Song and T. M.
Cotton. Characterization of Stentor coeruleus by Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy, Journal
of Physical Chemistry, 90(8), 2208-2213.
3. J. L. Wynn, L. L. Thomas, T. M. Cotton. Surface Enhanced Resonance Raman
Scattering from Chlorophyll a on a Gold Electrode, in Proceedings of the
Twelfth International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy, J. R. Durig and J. F. Sullivan, Eds., (Wiley and Sons, Chichester, 1989) p. 348.