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Malinda Wilson Gilmore

Malinda Wilson Gilmore
Malinda Wilson Glimore
Associate Professor
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University,
Huntsville, Alabama,
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University


Malinda Wilson Glimore earned  her bachelors degree in chemistry  from Texas souther university in Houston, Texas and obtained her Doctoral degree from the university of California at davis in agricultural and Environmental Chemistry. Dr. Glimore completed her Postdoctoral Experience at the University of Alabama at Birmingnam in the area of Environmental Health Science. She also serve as the campus advisor for the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of the Black Chemist and Chemicak Engineers (NOBCChE) and also American Chemical Society Student Affiliated Chemistry Club as well as mentor for the Changing Lanes Program.

Research Interest

  • Effect of atmospheric pollutants on enviromental systems (i.e. humans,  animals etc.,)
  • Effect of agricultural emission on ambient air quality
  • Mechanism of ozone toxicity on Drosophila melanogaster with emphasis on the role of lipid ozonation products,
  • Effects on soil Nox emission on ambient air quality.


Utilizing Online Technology to Effectively Teach Chemistry in Secondary Education

The Importance of Critical Thinking, Verbal Reasoning and Mathematics in Teaching Chemistry in the 21st Century

Kristen King Brown, Malinda Wilson Gilmore, Monica Dillihunt and Kendra Minor
Commentary: Mod Chem Appl
DOI: 10.4172/2329-6798.1000244

Advantages of Using Innovative Technological Pedagogy to Teach Chemistry in Secondary Schools

Laurie Gluck, Malinda Wilson Gilmore and Monica Dillihunt
Editorial: Mod Chem Appl 2015, 3: e121
DOI: 10.4172/2329-6798.1000e121

Improvement of STEM Education: Experiential Learning is the Key

Laurie Gluck, Monica Dillihunt and Malinda Wilson Gilmore
Editorial: Mod Chem Appl 2014, 2: e119
DOI: 10.4172/2329-6798.1000e119
Malinda Wilson Gilmore
Editorial: Mod Chem Appl 2013, 1: e109
DOI: 10.4172/2329-6798.1000e109
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