Dr. Sanela Martic is currently the Associate Professor at Trent University, Canada. She received M.Sc. degree in silicon chemistry from McMaster University, Canada, (2005) under the supervision of Dr. Michael A. Brook. From the Queen’s University, Canada, she obtained Ph.D. degree (2009) in organometallic chemistry under the supervision of Dr. Suning Wang and co-supervision by Dr. Gang Wu. Dr. Martic carried out the post-doctoral work at Western University, Canada, and University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada, with Dr. Heinz-Bernhard Kraatz, on the topic of biochemistry and bioanalytical chemistry. In 2012, she joined the Department of Chemistry at Oakland University, USA, as a tenure-track Assistant Professor, and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2017. In January 2019, she joined Trent University, Canada, as a faculty in the Department of Forensic Science, and is currently associated with Trent School of Environment, Environmental and Life Sciences Program, and Materials Sciences Program. Dr. Martic has served as an Associate Chair of the Department, Senate member, and the Board of Governors member. She is a member of various organizations including Canadian Society of Chemistry (CSC), American Chemical Society, Electrochemical Society, International Society of Chemistry, and Canadian Society for Molecular Biosciences (CSMB). Dr. Martic is the committee member of the CSMB Diversity and Membership committee, CSMB Conference committee, Working for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (CSC WIDE) committee, member-at-large of the CSC Analytical Chemistry Division, as well as the secretary/treasurer of the ECS Canada Section committee. The research in Martic lab is focused on 1) the bioanalytical methods for forensic, environmental and health applications, and 2) green and sustainable chemistry. Often, projects are carried out in collaborations with industrial partners as well as professional organizations. Martic lab research is funded by NSERC, MITACS, CFI, National Institutes of Health, American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Funds, and American Heart Association, among others.