How to Translate Your Academic Studies into an Industry Career
(Dr. Jarod Grossman, Senior Scientist, Software & Informatics at Agilent Technologies)
Biographical Sketch: Jarod Grossman received his B.A. in both Chemistry and Environmental Science from Drew University in 2012. He earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Syracuse University in 2016, working in physical and environmental/ atmospheric chemistry. Jarod’s Ph.D. research centered around the study of chemistry in earth’s various environments, specifically the photochemical fate of pollutants in the natural environment, most notably waters. Jarod is a Senior Scientist in the Software & Informatics Division at Agilent Technologies, leading software marketing strategy, content, and commercialization. Prior to this role, he was an Application Scientist focusing on designing comprehensive solutions for customers by developing and implementing HRMS, informatics, and statistical workflows specialized for small molecule analysis. Before Agilent, Jarod was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the US EPA’s National Exposure Research Lab where he developed workflows for non-targeted analysis and suspect screening to map the chemical space of common media and environments, leading to novel exposure forensics and exposure classification. Jarod has become a leader in the field of Exposomics, consulting with researchers and scientists around the world as one of the foremost experts.
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