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researcher , Environmental and analytical chemist

Juan-Yuan David Chang, American environmental and analytical chemist, researcher. Achievements include implementation and establishment of Environmental Protection Agency Government College/Master of Science protocols for unknown toxic compounds; development of new separation protocols and liquid chromatography/ mass spectroscopy techniques as they related to toxicity reduction evaluation analyses.

Background

Chang, Juan-Yuan David was born on February 9, 1954 in Chia-Yi, Taiwan, Republic of China. Came to the United States, 1981. Son of Ming-Huei and Li-Tse (Wang) Chang.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Republic of China, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy, North Texas State University, 1986.

Career

Teacher, Chinese Culture U., Taipei, 1977-1981;teacher, research assistant, N. Texas State University, Denton, 1981-1986;chemist II, Arkansas State Department Health, Little Rock, 1986-1987;visiting assistant professor, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 1987-1988;Government College-Master of Science laboratory manager, Burlington (North Carolina) Research, Inc., 1988-1992;director, Environmental Chromatography Superior vena cava syndrome, 1992-1996;senior scientist product development, Fisher Scientific, Fair Lawn, New Jersey, since 1996. Adjunct assistant professor of University Arkansas, Little Rock, 1986-1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include implementation and establishment of Environmental Protection Agency Government College/Master of Science protocols for unknown toxic compounds. Development of new separation protocols and liquid chromatography/ mass spectroscopy techniques as they related to toxicity reduction evaluation analyses.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Analytical Chemistry, Organic Geochemistry, The Science of the Total Environment, Contaminated Soils, Diesel Fuel Contamination, Journal of Soil Contamination.

Membership

Board directors Arkansas Chinese Foundation, 1986. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Chemical Society, Analytical Laboratory Managers Association, Chinese American Society.

Connections

Married Chiou-Ling (Grace) Chang, August 12, 1981. Children: Christina Wei-Shan, Jessica Wei-chih.

father:
Ming-Huei Chang

mother:
Li-Tse (Wang) Chang

spouse:
Chiou-Ling

children:
Christina Wei-Shan Chang

Jessica Wei-chih Chang