Laurence A. Angel

Chemistry Department

Texas A&M University - Commerce

Laurence A. Angel
Laurence A. Angel

Laurence Angel is a Professor in the Chemistry Department of Texas A&M - Commerce. He received his undergraduate with honors degree and a Ph.D. from the Chemistry Department of the University of Sussex, UK, where he applied mass spectrometry techniques for investigating the reactions of atmospheric ions in association with water clusters.

As a post-doctoral fellow, in Kent Ervin’s lab, and as an assistant research professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Nevada, he studied gas-phase ion chemistry using guided ion beam tandem mass spectrometry techniques for SN2 and combustion reactions.

Dr. Angel joined the faculty of the Chemistry Department at Texas A&M – Commerce in 2007 as an analytical/instrumental chemist and has developed an expertise in the use of ion mobility - mass spectrometry and molecular modeling to analyze designed metallopeptides which have potential as therapeutics for controlling the progression of cancers and metal homeostatic imbalance diseases.

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