Jiamin Wan completed graduate education in hydrology and geochemistry. Since graduation, she has been employed in the Earth Sciences Division (now the Energy Geosciences Division) of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and is currently a Staff Scientist. Her research is focused on interfacial, wetting, and capillary phenomena in geologic materials, and on biogeochemical reactions and subsurface transport of contaminants, colloids and nano- particulates. Her studies under high-pressure and high-temperature reservoir conditions combine pore- scale microscopy of fluid interfacial dynamics with surface spectroscopy and macroscopic interfacial measurements to understand mechanisms controlling CO2, water, and oil interactions. She currently has 90 publications (1/3 as the first author, H-Index 34) in peer-reviewed journals. She was the lead principal investigator for many projects over two decades when funding was available through competitive peer-reviewed processes.