Dr. Maggie Donoghue


  • Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry, Indiana University (Bloomington, IN), 2010 
    • Dissertation: Microfluidic platforms for one- and two-dimensional protein separations
  • B.S. Chemistry, Ohio University (Athens, OH), 2004 
    • Honors College, 
      • Graduated magna cum laude
    • Thesis: The use of capillary electrophoresis in the detection of potential date-rape drugs

Professional Experience:

  • Lecturer, Appalachian State University 2014 - present Instrumental Analysis Laboratory 
  • Adjunct Laboratory Instructor, Appalachian State University 2013 - 2014 
  • Associate Instructor, Indiana University 
    • Introduction to Chemical Principles, Discussion and lab 2005
  • Teaching Assistant, Ohio University 2004


While she currently doesn't do research, her past work has focused on the development of analytical methods to study biological systems (such as micro-scale protein separations and mitochondrial production of reactive oxygen species).

Title: Senior Lecturer
Department: Chemistry

Email address: Email me

Phone: (828) 262-7612

Office address
GWH 367-B