Dr. Amith Maroli, Postdoctoral Associate
Dr. Amith Maroli is a Postdoctoral Associate with the CCWT. Dr. Maroli has a M.S. in Molecular Biology and Human Genetics from Manipal University (2010) and a M.Phil. in Genomics from Central University of Kerala (2012). He further pursued his Ph.D. research in Plant and Environmental Science at Clemson University (2017), with a focus on understanding the herbicide resistance physiology of weeds and deciphering the detoxification pathway and fate of herbicides. Following this, he pursued Postdoctoral research at the Department of Environmental Engineering, Clemson University (2018) developing novel treatment methods for removing PFAS from water systems. Before joining CCWT, Dr. Maroli was a Metabolomics/Proteomics Research Specialist at the Center for Integrated Biomolecular Communication, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His primary role in this position was developing NMR and Mass spectrometry based analytical methods for quantifying small molecules and proteins from various sample sources. Additionally, his secondary role as an instrumental analyst provided him with extensive experience in instrument (LCMS/GCMS/NMR) maintenance and troubleshooting instrument issues.