Megan I. Chambers
Graduate Research Assistant, University at Albany – SUNY
Megan Chambers is a graduate student at the University at Albany – State University of New York (SUNY). She is currently a fifth year Ph.D. student conducting forensic chemistry research. Her research focuses on development of ambient ionization mass spectrometry approaches for the forensic analysis of psychoactive plant materials and other complex matrices. A significant amount of effort has also been directed to the development of validated quantification protocols for the measurement of psychoactive small-molecule constituents of plant-based legal-highs.