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Diana S. Aga

Director of Graduate Studies

University at Buffalo

HQ Phone:  (716) 645-8800

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University at Buffalo

1576 Sweet Home Road

Buffalo, New York,14228

United States

Company Description

The University at Buffalo offers 20 Division I intercollegiate sports that compete at the highest level of competition in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The 20 sports are: football, baseball, softball, women's volleyball, men's and women'...more

Background Information

Employment History

Environmental Analytical Chemist and An Associate Professor In the Chemistry Department

University of Nebraska at Kearney


Affiliations

UB & Co LLC

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Education

B.S.

Agricultural Chemistry


Ph.D.

University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences


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Diana Aga, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Chemistry, University at Buffalo
This presentation will focus on strategies in developing and optimizing trace analytical methods for antibiotics in soil, manure, wastewater, and other complex matrices using liquid chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS). Examples of unusual selection of conditions for an LC/MS/MS method that may seem counter intuitive, but nevertheless provide better analytical figures of merit that result in lower detection limits and better reproducibility, will be presented. Diana Aga leads a team that studies how various contaminants affect the environment. Her lab investigates techniques for removing antibiotics from wastewater; how plants - especially food crops - take up pharmaceuticals and engineered nanomaterials; and how levels of veterinary antibiotics in manure decrease overtime through long-term storage of waste-disposal process like composting and anaerobic digestion. Aga also has extensive experience in analyzing persistent organic pollutants, such as polybrominated flame retardants (PBDEs), and how these compounds accumulate in the human body, Great Lakes fish and the environment.


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Diana Aga, University of Buffalo, 716-645-4220, dianaaga@buffalo.edu


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Diana Aga, University of Buffalo
Rachel Mullen, Analysis of plant uptake and effects of pharmaceuticals using liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry, University of New York at Buffalo, Diana Aga. Nita Gabriela Chavez Soria, Mass Spectral identification of biomarkers of exposure to silver nanoparticles in corn roots, University of New York at Buffalo, Diana Aga.


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Diana Aga, a chemistry professor and researcher at the University of Buffalo who studies emerging chemicals in the Great Lakes, told the magazine that even without knowing the impact of the drugs in treated sewage, it is concerning to see antibiotics showing up.
"Even at low levels you don't want to have people ingest antibiotics regularly because it will promote resistance," she said. Share This :


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Diana S. AgaUniversity at Buffalo, SUNY(716) 645-6800 ext. 2226 (w)dianaaga@buffalo.edu


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