Mallory P. Ladd
Welcome! This was my personal website during graduate school.
I graduated from the University of Tennessee Bredesen Center's interdisciplinary Energy Science and Engineering doctoral program in Fall 2018. As part of the mass spectrometry group in the Chemical Sciences Division at Oak Ridge National Lab, and the DOE-led, Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments (NGEE-Arctic) project, my dissertation work focused on developing analytical techniques to characterize and monitor dissolved organic matter in Arctic soils to better understand how the availability of this labile pool may impact carbon storage and ecosystem productivity under warmer conditions in the future.
For more information about my doctoral work or other projects I've worked on, please click below for my CV or send me an email.