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Sheree Pagsuyoin

Sheree Pagsuyoin
Sheree Pagsuyoin Assistant Professor
  • College
    Francis College of Engineering
  • Department
    Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Phone
    (978) 934-5976
  • Office
    Kitson Hall
  • Email


Environmental fate of emerging contaminants, Low-cost water treatment, Environmental systems modeling


  • Ph D: Civil and Environmental Engineering, (2010), University of Virginia - Charlottesville, VA
  • MSc: Environmental Engineering, (2005), University of the Philippines - Manila, Philippines
  • BSc: Chemical Engineering, (2000), University of the Philippines - Manila, Philippines

Selected Publications

  • Barajas, J.R., Pagsuyoin, S., Bacani, F., Santos, J., Girard, R., Tan, A.O., Razon, L., Almendrala, M., Latayan, J.S. (2016). Moringa-Functionalized Rice Husk Ash for Potential Use in Water Disinfection.
  • Couperus, N.P., Pagsuyoin, S., Bragg, L.M., Servos, M.R. (2016). Occurrence, distribution, and sources of antimicrobials in a mixed-use watershed . Science of The Total Environment , 541 1581 - 1591.
  • Barajas, J., Pagsuyoin, S., Latayan, J. (2016). Simultaneous removal of anions using moringa-functionalized adsorbents (pp. 12-15).
  • Raiker, A., Latayan, J., Pagsuyoin, S., Mathieu, A. (2016). Use of biomarkers in depression diagnostics (pp. 245-249).
  • Barajas, J., Latayan, J., Pagsuyoin, S., Bacani, F., Santos, J., Tan, R., Orbecido, A., Razon, L., Almendrala, M. (2016). Water disinfection using moringa protein adsorbed on rice husk ash (pp. 16-19).
  • Santos, J., Pagsuyoin, S., Latayan, J. (2015). A multi-criteria decision analysis framework for evaluating point-of-use water treatment alternatives.
  • Demarest, J., Pagsuyoin, S., Learmonth, G., Mellor, J., Dillingham, R. (2013). Evaluating the Impact of Hygiene and Water Quality Interventions Using Agent-based Modeling and Simulation. Journal of Artificial Science and Social Simulation, 16(4).
  • Pagsuyoin, S., Lung, W., Colosi, L.M. (2012). Predicting EDC concentrations in a river mixing zone. Chemosphere, 87(10) 1111 - 1118.