Trever Schwichtenberg, Ph.D.
Dr. Trever Schwichtenberg is an environmental chemist with expertise in the analysis, fate, and transport of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). He has developed methods for analysis of complex mixtures of PFAS in a variety of matrices including neat aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF), light non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL), groundwater, landfill leachate, biosolid leachate, and surface water microlayers and foams. He has both executed and managed PFAS sampling events from a variety of sites across the United States for both target and emerging PFAS via nontarget and suspect screening. He contributes to current efforts to standardize suspect and nontarget PFAS screening within the environmental chemistry academic and commercial laboratory communities. He has worked on several DoD-funded projects on PFAS leading to presentations at numerous national and international conferences and multiple peer-reviewed publications.
Credentials: Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, Oregon State University, 2022
M.S., Analytical Chemistry, Oregon State University, 2020
B.A., Chemistry, Luther College, 2017
Research: Google Scholar – Trever Schwichtenberg