Assistant Professor, Soil and Water Chemistry
PhD, University of Kentucky
Dr. Judy is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Soil and Water Sciences at the University of Florida. Dr. Judy’s research investigates the fate of contaminants (e.g. nanomaterials, metals, trace organics, microplastics, nutrients) and their effects on terrestrial biota and water quality. Prior to his current position, Dr. Judy was a postdoctoral fellow at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial research Organisation (CSIRO) in Adelaide, Australia. Dr. Judy’s work seeks to help inform public perceptions, government regulations and industry practices regarding chemicals and land/waste management practices. He currently teaches “Soil and Water Chemistry” (SWS 4451/5406) for both graduate and undergraduate students; and the “Advanced Soil and Water Chemistry” (SWS 6454) course he developed for graduate students.