Grady Hanrahan is a Professor of Chemistry and the Associate Provost for Experiential Learning, Research and Faculty Development.
He received his Ph.D. in Environmental Analytical Chemistry from the University of Plymouth, England. With experience in directing undergraduate and graduate research, he has taught Analytical Chemistry at California State University, Los Angeles, and CLU.
His research interests span instrumentation design and development, chemometrics, computational neural networks, environmental analysis, and the use of swarm intelligence metaheuristics to model complex chemical and biological systems.
He has written or co-written numerous peer-reviewed technical papers and is the author or editor of five books detailing the use of chemical separation methods and computational modeling techniques.
- Separation methods,
- Environmental Metabolomics,
- Modelling of complex chemical and biological systems,
- Chemometric experimental design, optimization and data analysis,
- Application of neural networks and evolutionary computing techniques for solving complex chemical problems.
- Ph.D., Environmental Analytical Chemistry, University of Plymouth, England, 2001
- Postdoctoral, Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium, 2002-2003