Dr. Miertschin began her career at Winona State in 1993 and has served as chairperson for the chemistry department since 2004. Prior to coming to WSU, Dr. Miertschin was a postdoctoral research fellow with professor Michael P. Doyle at Trinity University, and a teaching assistant and research fellow at Texas A&M University. She received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Abilene Christian University and her Ph.D. in chemistry from Texas A&M University.
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