Position title: Graduate Research Assistant
Phone: +1 608-263-5805 (lab)
B1303 WIMR Cyclotron Laboratory
1111 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705
Kendall Barrett is a 2nd year graduate student in the Gang. She completed her undergraduate degree in Nuclear Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2019, where she was also an undergraduate researcher in the cyclotron lab starting in 2017. Currently, she is working on the radiochemical separation and chelation of Manganese-52 produced from natural Chromium, as well as the separation of Manganese-51 from enriched Iron targets.
1. Barrett, K.E, Aluicio-Sarduy, E., Happel, S., Olson, A., Kutyreff, C., Ellison, P., … Engle, J. (2020). Characterization of Actinide Resin for Separation of 51,52g Mn from Bulk Target Material. Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Biology.
2. Barrett, K. E., Aluicio-sarduy, E., Olson, A. P., Kutyreff, C. J., Ellison, P. A., Barnhart, T. E., … Engle, J. W. (2019). Radiochemical isolation method for the production of accelerator targets Mn from Cr for. 146 (November 2018), 99–103.
3. Graves, S. A., Kutyreff, C., Barrett, K. E., Hernandez, R., Ellison, P. A., Happel, S., … Engle, J. W. (2018). Evaluation of a chloride-based 89Zr isolation strategy using a tributyl phosphate (TBP)-functionalized extraction resin. Nuclear Medicine and Biology, 64–65.