2018, M.S.E. Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
2016, B.S. Physics, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Areas of Interest
Fate of emerging chemical contaminants of concern, water reuse quality monitoring methods, resource recovery, intersection of environmental justice and environmental engineering
Enrique's research involves implementing cell-based bioassays to water quality monitoring, assessing risk of chemical contaminants in water reuse systems, and removal of pharmaceuticals in source-separated urine with advanced oxidation processes.
Dean, W. S., Adejumo, H. A., Caiati, A., Garay, P. M., Harmata, A. S., Li, L., Rodriguez, E. E., & Sundar, S. (2020). A Framework for Regulation of New and Existing PFAS by EPA. Journal of Science Policy & Governance, 16(1). Link.
Rodriguez, E. E., Tarpeh, W., Love, N. G., Wigginton, K. (2020). Role of Advanced Oxidation Processes in Urine-Derived Fertilizer Production. 25th Triennial Borchardt Conference. Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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