Clemson Division of Research

Office of Research Safety hires four employees

Office of Research Safety hires four employees

The Office of Research Safety has hired Laura He as lab safety specialist, Jeff Anthony as industrial hygienist, Chris Weber as chemical and lab safety manager, and Ayman Seliman as assistant radiation safety officer. 

Laura He

Laura He earned a master’s degree in plant physiology from Shanxi Agricultural University in China and most recently worked as a lab specialist for the science department at Tricounty Technical College. She also has worked as a research associate at the Clemson University Department of Biological Sciences and as a research assistant for the Department of Genetics and Biochemistry.


Jeff Anthony

Jeff Anthony is a graduate of Indiana University and served in the U.S. Air Force from 1998 to 2007. He currently serves as a chemical specialist, HAZMAT technician and unit safety officer in the U.S. Army Reserve. He recently worked as an environmental analyst and explosive hazardous waste manager at Aerotek.



Chris Weber

Chris Weber worked as senior scientist and chemical hygiene officer at Voxtel Inc. since 2015. He earned his master’s degree and PhD in chemistry from the University of Oregon, where he also worked as a postdoctoral researcher and laboratory safety officer. 


Ayman Seliman

Ayman Seliman received a PhD in radiochemistry from Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt in 2009 and returned to school to receive a master’s degree in environmental engineering and science from Clemson in 2016. He worked as a research associate with the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences since 2013.



The Office of Research Safety strives to promote a culture of safety, integrity and quality within the university research community. Along with the Office of Research Compliance, the Office of Research Safety works to facilitate university research, teaching and public service programs by providing oversight and coordination of research compliance and safety areas.