M.S. Physics and Spectroscopy, Kazan State University, Russia
Ph.D. Physical Chemistry Kazan State Technological University
AEESP Award for best doctoral dissertation
Fellowship from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Processes in surface and ground water. Formation and breakdown halogenated organic pollutants. Release, speciation and transport of heavy metals in the environment. Development of technologies for nuclear decontamination. Drinking water treatment processes.
50 refereed publications, 6 edited books, 5 chapters in books.
• Lu, Junhe, M.M.Benjamin, G.V.Korshin, H.Gallard (2004). Reactions of hesperetin with chlorine: Mass-spectroscopic and spectrophotometric studies of reaction pathways. Environmental Science and Technology, 38 (17): 4603-4611.
• Korshin, G.V., J.F.Ferguson, A.N.Lancaster (2005). Influence of natural organic matter on the properties of corroding lead surface and behavior of lead-containing particles. Water Research, 39 (5): 811-818.
Administration & Service
Member of Compliance and Monitoring of Drinking Water Committee of U.S. EPA
Member of AwwaRF Organic Contaminants Committee
Instructor in environmental chemistry, water quality modeling, analytical methods.
Focus on biogeochemical cycles, pollutant formation and transport in the environment, quality and availability of drinking water.
Co- PI NSF- IGERT: Multinational Collaboration on Challenges to the Environment
Extensive research & collaborative experiences in 7 foreign countries