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Suzanne Naser



  • Suzanne Naser

    2017 - PhD Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University

    2014 - MA Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University

    2012 - BSc Chemistry, Lehigh University


    Academic Background

    Dr Naser has over 7 years of research experience in chemistry spanning the sub-fields of inorganic, organic, bio-inspired, and analytical chemistry including specific training in synthesis, electrochemistry, catalysis, nanoscience, materials/surface science, and a variety of spectroscopic techniques. She has also written several successful grant proposals and continues to work with former labs to publish more recent results. Throughout her career, Dr Naser has also presented research findings at international conferences and participated in community outreach, teaching, and curriculum design. She is interested and broadly knowledgeable in many branches of science, especially those that involve environmental and energy-related efforts.

    Publishing History

    Dr Naser has authored five publications, two as a first author, including one comprehensive review article. These works have been published in high-impact peer-reviewed journals, such as the Journal of the American Chemical Society and Chemical Reviews. In all cases, she has been involved in all aspects of the writing, editing, revising, and proofing process. Throughout her career, Dr Naser has also presented her own research findings at regional and international conferences, both with poster and oral communications.

    Editing and Reviewing Experience

    Dr Naser has edited article manuscripts, grant proposals, technical documents, teaching curricula, and thesis chapters for her own purposes, as well as for colleagues at all levels. Additionally, she has been editing academic essays, reports, research articles, and other documents on a freelance basis since the beginning of 2020 for undergraduates, graduates, and professionals. Dr Naser joined Edanz Group as an editor in 2020.

    Writing Experience

    Dr Naser was responsible for all or most of the writing of the articles where she is named as an author, as well as other grant proposals and technical documents.