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About Kerry A Rouhier

Kerry Rouhier joined the Kenyon faculty in 2010 after working at Doane College in Nebraska as a post-doctoral associate. While at Doane, she worked on several different research projects including synthesis of fluorescent compounds, small molecule detection systems, and student understanding in spatial reasoning. However, by nature, she is a biochemist.
Here at Kenyon, her lab is investigating metabolic pathways related to branched-chain amino acids. They perform techniques such as nuclear magnetic spectroscopy, liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry, and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry to provide a "map" of metabolic pathways within a particular biological system. Her teaching interests include introductory lecture and lab courses as well as advanced courses related to biochemistry.


Present Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Kenyon College

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P: (740) 427-5359
Tomsich Hall 212


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