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Trishelle M. Copeland Johnson, PhD

Glenn T. Seaborg Distinguished Postdoctoral Associate

Research Areas:
Materials Science and Engineering; Chemical Engineering and Chemistry


Dr. Copeland-Johnson has a diverse portfolio of research experience spanning her educational career, including in chemical processes and materials development, thin-film photovoltaic devices, hydrogel scaffolds for tissue repair, syn-gas production, materials in extreme environments, and industrial lubricants. She was awarded a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space Technology Research Fellowship and a Graduate Education for Minorities (GEM) fellowship, sponsored through the Nuclear Science & Technology Department at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Dr. Copeland-Johnson was also a recipient of a 2019 ASNT Fellowship Award. At INL, Dr. Copeland-Johnson is investigating the molten salt corrosion mechanisms of structural alloys.​​


​BS in Chemical Engineering, University of South Florida

MS in Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware

PhD in Materials Science & Engineering, Iowa State University

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