Wafaa M. Fawzy0000-0002-2810-5168
Wafaa M. Fawzy received her B.S. degree in chemistry and M.S. degree in physical chemistry from the University of Alexandria, Egypt, and her Ph.D. degree in physical chemistry from the Michigan State University, Mich, USA. Her postdoctoral appointments were at the National Research Council of Canada, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Emory University. She was a Visiting Professor at the United Arab Emirates University (1995–2001), an Assistant Professor at the University of Alexandria (1993–2003), an Associate Professor at the University of Alexandria (2003–2005), a Visiting Research Professor at Emory University (2004-2005), an Assistant Professor at East Tennessee State University (2005–2007), and a Visiting Assistant Professor at Colby College (2007-2008). Since 2008, she has been an Assistant Professor at Murray State University. Her research interests include high-resolution molecular spectroscopy of gases, theoretical quantum chemistry, and computational chemistry. Currently, she is primarily interested in computational study of intermolecular interactions between free radicals and closed-shell molecules that are relevant to reactions in the atmosphere and in biological systems.
Biography Updated on 26 March 2012