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Employee Directory: Toby Long

tlong23@alaska.edu
P: (907) 262-0262
Location: Walter E. Ward Building (WWB) 223
Campus: Kenai River Campus

Toby Long

Associate Professor of Chemistry


Office Location

Walter E. Ward Building (WWB) 223


Office Hours

  • Tuesday: 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
  • Thursday: 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm

Biography

Toby Long joined the faculty at KPC in 2013, having relocated with his family from sunny Orlando, Florida. It was there he served as both a Visiting Assistant Professor and a Postdoctoral Researcher at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute; working to develop advanced electrochemical technologies for both academia and the pharmaceutical industry. Prior to his postdoctoral work he obtained a PhD from the University of Kansas (KU) where he specialized in organic synthesis and methodology related to drug discovery. Over the last nine years Dr. Long has shared numerous scientific publications with many talented students and colleagues in the U.S. and abroad and hopes to continue this tradition at KPC in the years to come. 


Expertise

  • Chemical Education;
  • Continuous-Flow Organic Synthesis;
  • Electrochemical Synthesis.

Education

  • 2010 - Ph.D. Organic Chemistry from University of Kansas
  • 2004 - M.S. Analytical Electrochemistry from Missouri State University
  • 2002 - B.S. Chemistry from Missouri State University

Achievements

  • 2013-2014: Nominated for KPC Most Outstanding Faculty of the Year
  • 2014: KPC Service-Learning Faculty Scholar

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