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The EAS Young Investigator Award was presented to Kerri Pratt at the EAS, in Princeton, New Jersey, USA, on 12 November.
The EAS Young Investigator Award was presented to Kerri Pratt at the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS), in Princeton, New Jersey, USA, on 12 November. Pratt is the Seyhan N. Ege assistant professor of the Department of Chemistry and Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Pratt’s analytical and environmental chemistry research focuses on the application of novel mass spectrometry methods to the study of the chemical interactions of atmospheric trace gases, particles, clouds, and snow to improve understanding and prediction of air quality and climate change. Using a chemical ionization mass spectrometer, she has made significant advances in understanding Arctic snowpack photochemical reactions that result in the production of molecular halogen trace gases at sub-ppt to ppt levels.