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  • January 31th, 2011. Adam Hall (PhD student pictured right) and Dr. Paul Vouros developing an analytical technique for char...
    January 31th, 2011. Adam Hall (PhD student pictured right) and Dr. Paul Vouros developing an analytical technique for characterizing drug samples in seconds, as opposed to 30+minutes in the current standard. PHOTO: Mike Mazzanti/ Northeastern University
    Northeastern University

After more than 40 years at Northeastern University, chemistry professor Paul Vouros retired in December 2016.

In his time at the university, Vouros taught hundreds of PhD, Master’s and undergraduate students. His work developing chromatographic methods coupled with mass spectrometry, led to many research applications and collaborations around the world. Throughout his career, Vouros has completed extensive amounts of research, with over 250 peer reviewed publications.

The Vouros Scholar Fund has been established in his honor and funds a summer co-op research fellowship.

  • January 31th, 2011. Adam Hall (PhD student pictured right) and Dr. Paul Vouros developing an analytical technique for char...
    January 31th, 2011. Adam Hall (PhD student pictured right) and Dr. Paul Vouros developing an analytical technique for characterizing drug samples in seconds, as opposed to 30+minutes in the current standard. PHOTO: Mike Mazzanti/ Northeastern University
    Northeastern University