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Jeffrey Rohrer, Ph.D.
Jeff earned his Ph. D in chemistry with a concentration in biochemistry from the University of Delaware. After completing a postdoctoral fellowship in the Biochemistry Department at North Carolina State University, Jeff joined Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly Dionex Corporation) where he has worked the past 24 years. Dr. Rohrer is the Director of Applications Development, Dionex Products, including HPAE-PAD for carbohydrate analysis.