Angela Gutierrez, who recently received her doctoral degree in chemical engineering from the University of Kentucky, was the subject of a spotlight published on the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences's (NIEHS) website. Gutierrez is currently a postdoctoral researcher working in the University of Kentucky Superfund Research Program Center and is a co-lead on a new NIEHS small business innovative research grant with Bluegrass Advanced Materials, LLC.
Gutierrez was named the 2017 recipient of the National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences Karen Wetterhahn Memorial Award. The award annually recognizes one outstanding Superfund Research Program (SRP) graduate student or postdoctoral researcher who exemplifies qualities of scientific excellence.
You can read Gutierrez's NIEHS spotlight here.